Its such an exciting time for guests staying at Disney’s Pop Century Resort as the property goes through an extensive refurbishment of guest rooms. Work began on rooms starting in March this year with the 80’s and 90’s sections being the first to receive upgrades.
Changes to rooms include hard floors instead of carpeting, the addition of a queen bed as well as a dining room table that converts into a double bed (similar to the ones currently available at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort) as well as new layouts in the bathrooms including improved storage and new baths/showers.
Our sources tell us that building 9 has just finished completion and began welcoming guests on July 26th. Disney is also in the process of clearing out building 10 to begin renovations.
Work is continuing to happen on building 7 which will be completed next month.
Once work in 7 is completed, Disney will then begin making alterations in Building 6 so that both 70’s buildings are being refurbished together.
Guests should note that you can request a refurbished room at Pop Century though Disney may not be able to honor all requests. If staying at the resort in the weeks or months ahead, you should also be prepared to stay in a room that may not have yet been upgraded.
We hope you are as excited as we are about the changes coming to Pop Century. Please continue to follow along with Chip and Co for the latest Pop Century news and updates.
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