Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Disneytown to Reopen on June 16th – Parks still closed
On June 16 the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and Disneytown will reopen to guests! The Disneytown Parking Lot will also resume operations on June 16. Wishing Star Park, the World of Disney Store and Blue Sky Boulevard reopened a few days ago on June 10. The Toy Story Hotel and Shanghai Disneyland will remain closed until further notice.
Disneytown, the shopping, dining and entertainment district with the allure of a charming village at Shanghai Disney Resort, and the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel, the elegant, Art Nouveau-inspired resort hotel, will both reopen on June 16, just in time to mark the Sixth Anniversary of the opening of Shanghai Disney Resort. During the initial reopening stage, each venue will operate with limited capacity as well as select offerings and services. These areas will join Wishing Star Park, the World of Disney Store and Blue Sky Boulevard in welcoming guests back to Shanghai Disney Resort.
The reopening of Disneytown will provide guests with the perfect destination to experience the fresh outdoor air and reunite with families and friends, all while enjoying a variety of international shopping and dining experiences. Upon reopening, many of the shopping, dining, and recreational experiences in Disneytown will be available to guests, operating with limited capacities in accordance with government guidelines as well as reduced hours of operation. Participating restaurants will offer adjusted menus featuring “grab-and-go” items. The overall hours of operation for Disneytown will be from 10:00 to 19:00, except for the World of Disney Store, which will operate from 9:00 to 19:00. The Disneytown Parking Lot will also resume operations on June 16, operating from 9:00 to 20:00 daily.
Guests are now able to make reservations for the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel. All room types at Shanghai Disneyland Hotel will be available for reservations, subject to availability. Most of the hotel’s iconic dining experiences, including Lumière’s Kitchen and Aurora, together with the Disney fairies-themed shop, Tinker Bell Gifts, will reopen at the same time, immersing guests in a comprehensive resort staycation experience. Wishing Star Ferry will remain temporarily closed during the initial reopening stage. (Upon reopening, select hotel facilities, such as the King Triton Pool and the onsite fitness center, will remain temporarily closed until further notice; Offerings and experiences, including character experience, may also be adjusted; Hotel restaurants will be available for hotel guests only, subject to pandemic control measures and advanced reservation. Guests are advised to follow the resort’s official app to check the detailed information including service availability and operational hours).
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