The Old Port Royale Food Court, Shutters, Calypso Trading Post and the Banana Cabana Pool Bar are all slated to close this May as part of the redevelopment of Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.
Visitors staying at the resort during this time will still be able to eat at Centertown which will serve breakfast and dinner. In addition, a variety of on-the-go items will be available at the markets located in Aruba, Jamaica and Martinique.
These closures are a part of a major expansion and renovation project that the resort will undergo during the bulk of 2017. It is rumored that the restaurants listed above will be making way for new and exciting waterfront dining options.
Guests scheduled to stay at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort over the next few months are receiving letters from Walt Disney World notifying them of the changes and in some instances guests have reported being moved to another moderate resort.
The renovations are expected to conclude in late 2017.
Readers are encouraged to watch this space for the latest Caribbean Beach Resort renovation news.
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