Guests traveling to Florida to stay at Walt Disney World will need to adhere to the travel restrictions currently in place at the time of travel. As mentioned above, guests who wish to enter a resort must have a room reservation, and, for those visiting for the day, a dining reservation.
Today’s updates also state that a hotel reservation does not guarantee theme park admission. Guests will need to have a park reservation and valid ticket media in order to enter a park.
Guests ages 2 and up must wear a face covering at the resorts, with the exception being while seated at a dining location or swimming.
Regarding transportation to and from the Disney resorts, Minnie Van service will be unavailable during the first phase of reopening.
Resort guests with symptoms of COVID-19, have been in contact with someone who has or might have COVID-19 without quarantining, or who are currently under a 2 week quarantine will not be allowed to enter Walt Disney World Resort. Guests will also be subject to additional screening procedures.
Guests staying at Disney’s Yacht Club and Beach Club resorts should note that Stormalong Bay will be not be available during the first portion of reopening, and guests may use the Beach Club’s quiet pool instead.
Among the events not being held during the first phase of reopening will be pin trading with cast members with lanyards, marina rentals, arcades, campfires, special classes, Wonderland Tea Party, and the Electrical Water Pageant.
During the first phase of reopening, Club-level service will be unavailable, as will valet laundry and dry-cleaning, and Disney Floral and Gift in-room celebrations. The new guidelines state that resort airline check-in could possibly initially be unavailable.
Shipping services to the resorts will also be unavailable during the initial portion of the reopening.
At merchandise locations, in-person limited-edition product releases and new product launches will be halted for the time being. Products will still be available via shopDisney.com. Pin trading will be limited to pin boards at certain locations, but pin trading with cast members wearing pin lanyards will not be allowed during the reopening phase.
Starting June 22nd, guests can contact a cast member during a resort stay for virtual assistance by using the My Disney Experience app. For resort reservations with arrivals through October 3rd, 2020 Disney is waiving change and cancellation fees up to the date of check-in.
Be sure to check our WDW Resort Reopening Information and Updates page for the latest details.
If you have any questions regarding your Walt Disney World Resort stay, contact the agents at Dreams Unlimited Travel for assistance.
Source: Walt Disney World