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Club Level Resort Lounges Reopening at Disney World Hotels Later This Year, Full List of Return Dates Released

Disney will be reopening Club Level Lounges at Walt Disney World Resort, with sales for Club Level rooms and suites beginning on June 4 with the following phased opening plan:

  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – Royal Palm Club – Sept. 16, 2021
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Resort – Sept. 23, 2021
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort – Sept. 26, 2021
  • Disney’s Wilderness Lodge – Dec. 16, 2021
  • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – Dec. 16, 2021

Each Club Level Lounge will follow physical distancing measures and indoor covering requirements. Lounges will continue to provide a personalized experience for Guests, including exclusive food & beverage options throughout the day and special Disney touches for all ages.

For Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Disney anticipates that those three lounges will reopen at a later date.

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Deborah Agos
Deborah Agos
17 days ago

Stayed at Club Level at the Grand Floridian twice. Both times there was no personalized assistance whatsoever, the concierge told me I’d have to arrange for a disability need myself which was fine, I was just asking for assistance with the names of who I could call, dirty dishes on the floor outside of rooms for hours. Very disappointing considering the cost.

jnoel
jnoel
17 days ago

Wow. I am really surprised how long they are taking to get these back open.

Paul
Paul
17 days ago

Looking forward to the day I can book a club level at Animal Kingdom Lodge. Have wanted to do that for a long time.

Francine
Francine
4 days ago
Reply to  Paul

They don’t mention AK lodge but i do see club level available this fall!

John Ford Jr
John Ford Jr
17 days ago

The days of club level being worth anything are long gone. Disney could care less. My last stays in the Grand Floridian’s main building left me feeling ripped off. Both the hard and soft product are a far cry from their former glory when at least you knew you were getting an exceptional experience to match the price paid. Other than proximity to the parks, Disney hotels cannot compete with any of the other luxury hotels they have foolishly allowed to be built on property including the Four Seasons, Waldorf Astoria, and even the new J.W. Marriott. Cheaper and actually… Read more »

Nicole
Nicole
17 days ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

You’re right for comparable prices we just stayed at the four seasons and the service was second to none..

May
May
16 days ago
Reply to  John Ford Jr

Grand Floridian is still more magical than those hotels, because no matter how much more luxurious they feel, they don’t have the monorail, the boat, or the walkway. GF is still number one!

John Ford Jr
John Ford Jr
16 days ago
Reply to  May

Grand Floridian can provide the “magic” of the proximity AND a first class hard and soft product, like they did for decades, but they simply do not care anymore for the reasons you described.

Leloo
Leloo
17 days ago

Is anybody knows how much is the extra cost by night for a club level room when you have a tower room water view at Coronado spring resort ?
Thank’s

May
May
16 days ago
Reply to  Leloo

Normally, club level costs $100 or $150 more per night

May
May
16 days ago

Very glad to hear that club level is coming back.

Chris
Chris
15 days ago

If I read this correctly, club won’t be coming back to sugar loaf at the Floridan only the main building. Wonder if this has to do with dvc taking over big pine key.

Jolyth
Jolyth
11 days ago

Oh I am SO MAD at this! My trip is in August!!! UGH!!!!