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PHOTOS: Construction Nearing Completion on Walt Disney World Swan Reserve Hotel

With a scheduled grand opening date of September 1st looming, the construction work on the Walt Disney World Swan Reserve hotel continues.

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The top floor will be used for Vue, an exclusive rooftop space described as “perfect for weddings and social galas.” The space will boast breathtaking views of the Walt Disney World Resort, due to its floor-to-ceiling windows.

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The Walt Disney World Swan Reserve is next to the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin. It will have 349 guest rooms, 149 spacious suites, and two presidential suites.

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The “porte cochere” is beginning to take shape, with scaffoldings now in place to complete work on this area.

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Construction crews are seen here staying past dusk as the work continues.

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Reservations to stay at this new boutique hotel are open now. They can be made online or by phone at 1-888-236-2427.

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Above is the concept art of the completed Walt Disney World Swan Reserve Hotel, which promises to “provide a luxurious yet tranquil oasis to attractions and theme parks at Disney” once it opens.

Will you be booking a stay here once it opens? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

  1. Ugly, has no character and doesn’t belong on Disney property. Looks like a darn office building. Bay Lake Tower is the same way.

  2. What is the exact theming of this, does anyone even know? Looks like something you’d see at a convention center in a big city. Eh.

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