NEWS: Disney World and Disneyland Begin Cancelling Reservations for Late May

As the closures continue for both Disney World and Disneyland, guests with existing reservations have begun receiving notifications from Disney regarding cancellations.

Cinderella Castle

In April, guests with reservations through mid-May began receiving notifications that their reservations would be cancelled, and now guests with reservations further into the month have received notice as well.

Due to the extended closures, guests with reservations between May 24th, 2020 through May 31st, 2020 are beginning to receive notices from Disney indicating that their trips will be impacted. Guests with bookings during those dates may now have the option to modify or cancel those reservations.

Disneyland ©Disney

At this time, reservations for both Disney World and Disneyland are currently available for June 1st, 2020 and beyond, although Disney has confirmed that this does not mean that a June opening is guaranteed.


At this time, the only global Disney park with a confirmed opening date is Shanghai Disneyland, who confirmed yesterday that they would be re-opening with limited capacity on May 11th.

Shanghai Disneyland ©Disney

We will continue to bring updates as more information develops on the re-opening of the Disney Parks.

Have you had reservations for Disney World or Disneyland that were impacted by the closures? Let us know in the comments.

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One Reply to “NEWS: Disney World and Disneyland Begin Cancelling Reservations for Late May”

  1. We were supposed to arrive in March, on the day they closed. We rescheduled for the middle of August, (taking advantage of free dining) And now we wait…and see.

    I’d be more than happy to be one of the first guests back, to help test their new procedures. We love Disney!