Previously, we learned the resort will be inspired by the beauty and grandeur of Europe that Walt Disney experienced himself in his travels. Additional details now have been released on room, dining, and recreation options at this location.
Reservations can be now be booked on the Disney World website for stays starting on December 16, 2019.
Guest Room Options at Riviera Resort
The rooms in the resort will “invite you to channel the relaxation of life along the Riviera.” Room options include a Deluxe Studio, 1 or 2 bedroom Villas, 3 bedroom Grand Villas, and Tower Studios, which will be unique to this resort.
The Tower Studios are designed specifically for two guests. They will feature a kitchenette and a pull-down, Murphy bed-style queen bed.
Deluxe Studios will sleep up to five people with two queen beds (one a pull-down style) and a pull-down bunk size bed, a kitchenette, and private balcony or patio.
Villas include separate bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens, a washer and dryer, and a bubble-jet bathtub. The three bedroom Grand Villa will sleep up to 12 people with living and dining areas.
Dining Options at Riviera Resort
The Riviera Resort will offer a variety of dining options.
Topolino’s Terrace, a rooftop restaurant offering views of both Epcot‘s and Hollywood Studios‘ nighttime shows, will serve up dishes inspired by Italian and French Riviera regions. Dinner will be a signature dining experience, and breakfast will be a prix-fixe character meal. We love the nod to Mickey Mouse, who in Italy is known as Topolino!
Le Petit Cafe will be a coffee bar in the morning, and a wine bar in the evening. Disney promises “scrumptious treats and sweets” at this location, which has inside or al fresco seating.
Around the pool you’ll find Bar Riva serving European- and Mediterranean-inspired eats along with cocktails and drinks.
For quick-service, Primo Piatto will offer food and grab-and-go options throughout the day.
Recreation Options at Riviera Resort
Riviera’s pool will include a play area for kids called S’il Vous Play (a twist on the French expression for please, s’il vous plait), inspired by the fountains of Europe. You’ll even find a ballet of characters from Fantasia!
Guests can keep fit in the fitness center, Athlétique Fitness Center.
Lastly, the Riviera Resort will be on the brand-new Skyliner line! Guests will be able to travel in a gondola to Hollywood Studios or Epcot, as well as the Pop Century, Art of Animation, and Caribbean Beach resorts.
How to Book a Room at Riviera Resort
Disney Vacation Club Members can begin booking later this spring using Vacation Points — with access to exclusive, protected inventory being held just for Members. In the interim, Members can make a rental reservation using cash now by calling Member Services at (800) 800-9800.
Non-Disney Vacation Club Members can begin booking now by visiting the Disney World website, calling Disney at (407) 939-5277, or working with a travel agent (AllEars.net recommends Mouse Fan Travel — learn about why you should use a vacation planner/travel agent for your Disney trip here).
Will you be staying at the Riviera Resort for your next Disney trip? Do the recreation and dining options sound intriguing? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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