The rooms, lobby, and The Wave restaurant of Disney’s Contemporary Resort are all being refurbished as the hotel receives “The Incredibles” theming. Construction walls now block the lobby, where The Wave signage has been removed. We checked the entire building for more construction zones today.
Inside, the balconies are still covered in scrim, so construction remains hidden.
We noticed this tarp-covered area near the Monorail track.
Through the windows, we can see more scrim outside.
It seems work is also being done in this hallway.
There are several sections of black curtains.
There’s not much behind this pair of curtains.
These curtains are set away from the wall, though, so they may be hiding some construction materials.
The construction walls in the lobby have signs informing guests of current health and safety guidelines and directing them to other parts of the resort.
On the other side of the lobby, black scrim hangs from the ceiling where the construction walls don’t reach.
This area hides The Wave.
It looks the entirety of The Wave’s entrance has been removed, with wires and steel now exposed.
Outside, the resort’s entrance is framed with scaffolding and scrim.
The shaded walkways are still available.
Some of the scaffolding is around planters in the area.
One stretch of the walkway has scrim all down the side, blocking the scaffolding from view.
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