NEWS: Disney’s CFO Expects Over Half of Their Hotels To Be Reopened By the End of Their Fiscal Year

Earlier today, Disney’s Chief Financial Officer Christine McCarthy spoke at the Bank of America Virtual 2020 Media, Communications & Entertainment Conference. In this discussion, McCarthy laid out several key goals, expectations, and priorities as they wrap up their Fiscal Year 2020 at the end of the month.

Magic Kingdom Entrance

One of those expectations the Walt Disney Company has is to have reopened a majority of their resort hotels in Disney World by the end of their fiscal year.

When speaking on the progress being made on reopening the resorts, McCarthy said Disney World expects to have “a little over 50%” of their resorts by the end of their fiscal year, according to Reuters.

Grand Floridian Resort

As of this writing, the following resort hotels are currently open:

By the end of the Company’s Fiscal Year 2020, only one resort is scheduled to reopen, and that is the non-DVC side of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The resort is currently scheduled to reopen on September 21st.

Current reopening schedule for Disney World’s hotels © Disney

Some resorts will take a little longer than others to reopen. At this time, there are some resorts that have been delayed until further notice, including the non-DVC side of Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s BoardWalk Inn. The reopening of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort has also been delayed to the summer of 2021.

Have you stayed at a Disney World Resort hotel since they began to reopen in June? Let us know in the comments!

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