Wilderness Lodge, Beach Club resorts get reopening dates, and All Star Movies is pushed back

Dec 15, 2020 in "Disney's Beach Club Resort"

Posted: Tuesday December 15, 2020 10:00am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has today announced reopening dates for more of its Walt Disney World Resort hotels as the phased reopening from the COVID-19 shutdown continues.


  • Disney's All Star Movies will now reopen March 22 2021, previously February 9 2021.
  • Disney's Beach Club Resort will reopen May 30 2021.
  • Disney's Wilderness Lodge will reopen on June 6 2021.

Disney's Polynesian Village Resort remains on track for a summer 2021 reopening, but with no specific date. Disney's BoardWalk Inn does not yet have a reopening date.

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MisterPenguin5 days ago

dreday35 days ago

Yes, I was going to say I can handle the CMs at Haunted Mansion/Tower of Terror, even Jungle Cruise. Beyond that I start to want to hide my face behind a pillow.... 😂 (obviously not talking about staged shows)

Sir_Cliff5 days ago

Could also be a little bit that "Let's all get our booze on!" tone that seems a little off for Disney, but I guess less so for a convention hotel! I will say that my level of enjoyment with role playing probably goes as far as the CMs on Haunted Mansion or Tower of Terror. Needless to say, even were I a multimillionaire I would be far happier letting the fun be-gin at the Barcelona Bar than exploring the Star Wars Galactic Star Cruiser!

dreday36 days ago

I think they were probably excited to be serving booze again! (I know I'm excited they are :D) Also, it's a "convention resort" - got attract those wild and crazy conference attendees! We all have our cringe-meter. I cringe at CMs role-playing - like I'm dreading ROTR for that very reason. It's weird, I know. 😂

Sir_Cliff6 days ago

You may well be right. It's just that Disney was always so slick and professional and this kind of sits weirdly in that context for me. It reads a lot more like a sign from a neighbourhood bar/restaurant than something I'd expect from a Disney resort. Maybe I have just lost my sense of fun and love of life, though!

dreday36 days ago

Eh, you guys are harsh. It's a bar known for it's gin, signature gin cocktails and build your own gin cocktail. It's punny. :D A lot of "regulars" thought it was cute.

Sir_Cliff6 days ago

Yes, it's a little thing but yet another hint alongside the Main Street USA DJ that Disney may need to better train the people managing their parks and resorts about what's expected of a world class resort destination with the Disney name attached.

Kamikaze6 days ago

Nor does anyone else. Anyone that claims they know how it will be is lying. Too many unknowns. Disney themselves have a good idea on bookings, but those can change based on COVID numbers.

dreday36 days ago

Okay - our week in late October now has many resorts available, including AoA and Pop! Last month it was booked solid. I don't know what to think about crowds in October!

MansionButler846 days ago

Many canceled due to the Delta. Pfizer’s news today on kids 5-11 couldn’t have come at a better time for WDW.

monothingie6 days ago

I won't get to see the Penguin in person????

monothingie6 days ago

I believe that's only going laterally from value to value (assuming availability). If there are no value, then you're paying more to go to a moderate (assuming you can find a room) Previously they just relocated your reservation to another resort of equal or better value. For whatever reason they are not doing that here.

MisterPenguin6 days ago

I just cancelled a Pop reservation for the first week of October. So... if anyone was looking, there may now be one available.

𝙲𝚊𝚜𝚝𝙰𝚂𝚝𝚘𝚗𝚎6 days ago

It says “at no additional charge” though.