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Disneyland Only Accepting New Reservations From Mid-September

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Yesterday, Inside The Magic (ITM) discovered that Disneyland Resort is only accepting new hotel reservations for mid-September and later.

The established outlet confirmed this information over the phone with a representative of the Walt Disney Travel Company as they worked to move their current hotel reservation to a later date. After speaking with a Cast Member, ITM were also able to confirm the news online.

According to Disney, the hotels of the Disneyland Resort are only accepting new reservations for the 16th September and later. Illustrated in image below:

In ITM’s experience, they called Disney to ask if we should modify our 1st September hotel reservation and postpone it to a later date. The Cast Member they spoke with over the phone said they are not expecting the Disneyland Resort hotels to reopen within the next couple of weeks, as Disney has not shared information that would suggest an official reopening date yet. The Cast Member told whoever he, or she, was talking to that it would be in ITM’s best interest to postpone their Disneyland Resort hotel reservation for the 1st October so that the outlet (and any other guests in a similar position) can change the reservation to a later date when the hotels of the Disneyland Resort will reopen.

With the above in mind, you have to check to be sure that the hotel you are interested in is available for the travel dates of your choice. For example, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel are both accepting new reservations for the 16th September and beyond. However, the Disneyland Hotel is only accepting new reservations for the 1st October and later.

The Resort’s official website still states,

“The Hotels of the Disneyland Resort remain closed and will reopen at a later date.”

Stay tuned to Orlando Theme Park Zone for further updates.

H/T Inside The Magic

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