Villaintine’s Day Is Being Celebrated At Disney’s Contemporary Resort

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Villaintine’s Day Is Being Celebrated At Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Valentine’s Day is coming up on February 14.  Do you know what is better than Valentine’s Day?  Any fan of the Disney Villains can tell you it is Villaintine’s Day!  Of course, the Disney villains would want to join in on the fun with their own special holiday.

Villaintine’s Day Is Being Celebrated At Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Villaintine’s Day will be celebrated at Disney’s Contemporary Resort on February 13.  Villain-inspired treats can be found at the Contempo Café which is located on the 4th floor.  Those that are looking for villain-inspired drinks will be able to find those at the Outer Rim Bar.

Currently, in the lobby of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, you can find villain-inspired cakes on display.  They are absolutely a work of art and feature nods to all of our favorite Disney Villains.  Take a look at the display in the video below.

The first cake rotates so viewers can get a glimpse of every aspect of it.  Cinderella’s Castle tops the cake with homages paid to some of our favorite Disney Villains below.  Our Disney Villains are represented by such items such as a poison apple (Evil Queen), a snake staff (Jafar), a tentacle (Ursula), horns (Maleficent), and a hook (Captain Hook).

Villaintine’s Day Is Being Celebrated At Disney’s Contemporary Resort

There are two other cakes on display as well.  The cake in the middle pays respect to Ursula, Maleficent, and Cruella De Vil.  This cake is my personal favorite.  I love the purple, gold, black, and white color scheme.  It is the perfect representation of these three villains.

Villaintine’s Day Is Being Celebrated At Disney’s Contemporary Resort

The third cake is also very impressive!  What villains can you spot here?  I see Scar and Captain Hook, but I am sure I am overlooking a few!

The Villaintine’s Day display will be around through February 13.  Make sure you stop by Disney’s Contemporary Resort to check it out for yourself.  Will you be visiting? If so, let us know!

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  1. My mother works in the bakery at the Contemporary. She made the Ursula cake and the “hat” cake. The hat at the top is Dr. Facilier’s. Scar is in the middle. The three bottom cakes are Captain Hook, Gaston, and the black cake with the white skull and cross bones is Sid’s T-shirt (Toy Story). There’s a fourth cake around the back, and that’s the Queen of Hearts.

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