Disneyland Resort is temporarily closed with no official reopening date.
We’ve seen signs that Disneyland is preparing to welcome guests like physical distancing markers at the main entrance and a new walkway. There also have been many discussions with city officials about reopening guidelines. Despite all this, no reopening date has been announced and Disney continues to cancel upcoming hotel reservations.
On our last update, Disneyland canceled reservations for vacation dates beginning on or before October 3rd, 2020. Disney just pushed this date another week into the month. Disneyland is now canceling upcoming hotel reservations for the Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Grand Californian Resort and Spa, and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel with arrival dates through October 10th.
Any Disney-imposed change and cancellations fees will be waived through October 10th. If guests do not cancel their own vacations through this date, no fees will be applied and the reservation will be automatically canceled. Third party arrangements like flights and rental cars should be made by the guest.
While guests can still make hotel reservations for late October dates, this does not meant the hotels or theme parks will reopen by then. Instead of canceling reservations months in advance, Disney seems to bcancelling reservations one or two weeks at a time. The dates will most likely continue to be pushed back until a reopening date has been finalized.
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