disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-1-9476222

PHOTOS: Disneyland Hotel Now Completely Fenced Off From Guests

Preparations for the late April reopening of Disneyland Resort are underway. Part of the work taking place today is the construction of a fence around Disneyland Hotel. The fence will effectively create a bubble around the property.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-1-9476222

This walkway to Disneyland Hotel is blocked by temporary fencing.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-6-5781690

The hotel’s directional sign is behind the fence.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-4-8180926

The fence makes it seem unlikely that Trader Sam’s, Goofy’s Kitchen, and the remaining offerings at the hotel will return anytime soon.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-2-6727883
disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-5-5707791

An easel sign informs guests that the area is temporarily closed.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-3-4124912
disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-20-8613821

All of Disneyland Hotel’s walking paths are blocked.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-21-2272374
disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-22-3108999

The line in the grass shown here follows the previous fence line.

disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-23-4281712
disneyland-hotel-fence-april-2021-24-6690372

The temporary fence is inside the original fence line.

Disney has yet to announce the reason for the fence “bubble” or when Disneyland Hotel will reopen. This could be related to the construction of the new Disney Vacation Club wing at the hotel. The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Resort & Spa are set to reopen May 2, 2021.

Keep checking WDWNT for additional updates from Disneyland Resort.

For more information on booking your next trip with our official travel agent sponsor, the Vacationeer, visit wdwnt.travel.

0 0 vote
Article Rating
2 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Robyn Marks
Robyn Marks
2 months ago

who cares if the mouse rips more tourists off for bigger $$?

Ahnsael
Ahnsael
2 months ago

I can understand Disney’s desire to not want guests wandering around a closed property, even with some security staff on hand to handle anyone who tries to take it to the “urban explorer” level, but I can also imagine how peaceful and relaxing it would be to walk around in that area with not many other people around. But if the parks are reopening next month, which seems likely (unless there’s an uptick in virus cases again after Spring Break), the Disneyland Hotel may not be far behind (even in a limited capacity, since only California residents will be allowed… Read more »