Did you hear the big Disney World hotel news yesterday?
FOUR Disney World hotels got reopening dates! And now, reservations are open for all of these hotels!
We got reopening dates for four Disney World hotels! Here’s the list of what’s coming back to Disney World!
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside: October 14th, 2021
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter: October 28th, 2021
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort: September 16th, 2021
Disney’s All-Star Sports: December 9th, 2021
Now, reservations are OPEN for all four of these resorts! We checked on Disney’s hotel reservation page, and we saw openings for all four resorts, starting after their opening dates!
If you’re dying to get back in to Port Orleans to grab some Mickey beignets, you can make reservations now for your stay later this year!
And we’re super excited to see more All-Star resorts available for reservations as well!
The All-Star Resorts are some of Disney’s value resorts, which means they’re usually the cheapest options for staying on Disney property!
You can make reservations now for all four of these resorts! But they’re all pretty popular options, so you might want to hurry and grab your spot!
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2 Replies to “Reservations Open for Disney’s Port Orleans, and All-Star Music and Sports Resorts”
This makes me soooo happy….we haven’t stayed here in years as we go DVC now but it will always be a favorite resort to visit, eat at, and just walk around. Now if only YEEHAW Bob could come back….
We’ve booked both POFQ and Beach Club for 10 days in January. As a family of 5, it would be great to have 2 rooms (*more space*) at POFQ for the same price as 1 room at the Beach Club. With extended hours currently only available to deluxe resort guests and the uncertain future of fast pass as a paid or unpaid program, we’re not sure which resort we’ll choose. That said, we’re very happy to have the Port Orleans resorts back as an option for extra space and close proximity to Disney Springs’ dining scene.