NEWS: Disney World Has Started Calling Back Hotel and Restaurant Workers

Recently, we found out that Disney World theme parks are set to open back up in July and select Disney hotels will open up later this month.

Walt Disney World

But now we may know a little more information about which hotels could open up next.

According to the Orlando Hotel and Restaurant Workers Movement, Disney World has started to contact their furloughed restaurant and housekeeping workers to return to work.

The Orlando Hotel and Restaurant Workers Movement (which is connected to the Unite Here Local 737 Union ) reports that housekeeping along with food and beverage staff at multiple Disney World resort hotels could be returning to work on June 14th.

Disney’s Boardwalk Inn

Some of the the restaurants and resort locations that could potentially open include Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, among others. You can read the full report here.

There is no official announcement from Disney regarding their subsequent phase of hotel reopening, but we will keep you posted as we receive updates!

What is the first thing you will do when at Disney World when it reopens? Let us know in the comments.

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One Reply to “NEWS: Disney World Has Started Calling Back Hotel and Restaurant Workers”

  1. Runaway Railway indeed. $300 a night stays.

    Timeshare Vacation Club reservations to start to avoid class action-contract voiding, hard enough getting dates you actually want before closures.

    Returning staff to focus on “revenue reimagined guests” at Posh resorts. Midlevel and value’s can wait until I-9 workers can return to work.

    Park reservations/ticketing, pecking order will follow ” Reimagined priority guests ” folio tabulation$.