Skyliner Update at the Caribbean Beach Resort Walt Disney World!

New Skyliner update at the Caribbean Beach Resort at Walt Disney World! As you can see from the photos and videos, Disney’s Skyliner appears to be currently running at the Caribbean Beach Resort at Walt Disney World!

Disney promises guests a ride of a lifetime with the new Skyliners, as you will glide above the treetops in the state-of-the-art gondola system.  The gondola system will connect Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot to four resort hotels- Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort as well as the proposed 15th Disney Vacation Club property, Disney’s Riviera Resort.

Likewise, the Skyliner will also connect guests to Disney’s BoardWalk entertainment district as well as provide a fun way to travel between Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Plus, the Disney Skyliner provides a relaxing trip to dining locations across Disney Resort hotels—including Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Resort and Disney’s BoardWalk Inn.

Do you know that some of the gondolas are adorned with iconic Disney Characters, including figures from beloved Disney attractions and film favourites?  Making getting around Walt Disney Resort even more magical as Guests enjoy breathtaking vistas over and between each of these enchanting locations! Check out the Instagram video below to see the Skyliner in action!

 

 


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Tessa H

One thought on “Skyliner Update at the Caribbean Beach Resort Walt Disney World!

  1. The road that you use to enter CBR ( that leads to the Port Royale side of the resort ) goes right between Jamaica and the Skylines station. We were wondering if this would cause a major traffic jam with buses and cars entering the resort where there is a lot of foot traffic crossing the street to get to the Skylines station? We are arriving in Oct and are really hoping its all up and running. We’ll see…fingers crossed!

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