Look at the construction inside Disney’s Contemporary Resort

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construction inside Disney's Contemporary Resort

Disney’s Contemporary Resort has become a interesting talking point lately.

Okay, before we get serious here, can we all just discuss the fact that the South Park version of Come Sail Away is playing in my head while writing this? YOU GUYS! Maybe it is the Pirate ship interior look?

Come sail away(you guys seriously)
come sail away
come sail away with me
(you guys seriously)

Okay, enough fun for now. Let’s move on shall we? Disney’s Contemporary Resort has now put scrim around the whole interior to protect guests while it undergoes renovation. Back in February we first reported about the refurbishments about to happen, and it looks like they are moving along pretty quickly. While some Main Tower rooms will be unavailable during the refurbishment, most resort areas and amenities will still be available for guests to enjoy. The scrim installation is there to keep the dust and debris away from guests as they enjoy the lobby areas. The monorail will still be running daily.

Related: The Wave at Disney’s Contemporary Resort Will Be Closing for Refurbishment

Disney's Contemporary Resort

What will the rooms look like once construction is complete is the real question! Also just to make sure everyone knows, Disney has stated that the Murals, done by artist Mary Blair, will not be touched and are staying.

Disney's Contemporary Resort and Mary Blair mural
Disney's Contemporary Resort from the Monorail side

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 We have not heard the official word, but the rumor and leaked photos point to an Incredibles theme for some rooms. We know feelings have been running high on this one by the comments we have received. Some want the Contemporary to stay exactly how it is, others want a more contemporary look.

Special thanks to Nikki at WrightTouchofMagic for the photos.

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