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Muskegon, Marquette, Grand Traverse counties win big in state outdoor recreation funding

Michigan’s outdoor recreation is expected to get a boost of nearly $37.8 million in 2021, and Muskegon County is the biggest winner of funds with a single grant for $5 million.

Marquette, Grand Traverse and Ottawa counties are also raking in big bucks from the state for recreation development and land acquisition. The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Board this week recommended grants totaling $37,789,600 for 76 recreation projects and land acquisitions with the goal of further access to public outdoor recreation.

Muskegon County is a clear winner this year with a $5 million grant to acquire a former sand mining property for park development. Ottawa County is in line to receive nearly $1.5 million for five different projects. Park improvements and lakefront property acquisition are on deck in Grand Traverse County with nearly $1.2 million in state funds coming their way. In Marquette County, over $700,000 will help build playgrounds and trails.

RELATED: Former Nugent Sand property eyed for park development by Muskegon County

“Easy access to the beauty of Michigan’s natural places and open spaces during a challenging, uncertain year has been a source of comfort and connection for residents across our state, and the Trust Fund is a major part of making those opportunities available,” Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said in a statement.

Trails, parks and the state’s forest lands – often developed or acquired with Trust Fund grants – and other “outdoor recreation resources like these are big contributors to each community’s quality of life and unique appeal,” Whitmer said.

This year, the board recommended $27,289,600 for 30 acquisition grants and $10.5 million for 46 development grants. Most of the funding is going to local governments while eight grants worth about $7.7 million will back Michigan Department of Natural Resources projects.

Development grants are expected to fund projects in Antrim, Benzie, Berrien, Calhoun, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Eaton, Genesee, Gogebic, Grand Traverse, Houghton, Huron, Ingham, Iosco, Jackson, Kent, Leelenau, Livingston, Mackinac, Marquette, Newaygo, Oakland, Oceana, Ottawa, Saginaw, St. Clair, St. Joseph, Van Buren, Washtenaw and Wayne counties. Find out what’s coming to your county here.

Land acquisition grants are expected to fund projects in Benzie, Berrien, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Eaton, Gogebic, Grand Traverse, Huron, Ingham, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Kent, Lake, Lapeer, Lenawee, Macomb, Midland, Muskegon, Oakland, Ontoganon, Ottawa, Saginaw and St. Clair counties. Find out what’s coming to your county here.

This year’s projects “will make a real difference,” said DNR Director Dan Eichinger, noting the overwhelming success of Proposal 1 on the November ballot as proof of Michiganders’ support for the grant program.

RELATED: Both Michigan ballot proposals on pace to pass by record margins

Established in 1976, the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund is a restricted fund aimed at public acquisition of lands for resource protection and outdoor recreation, as well as for public outdoor recreation development projects. It is funded through interest and revenue from state-owned oil, gas and minerals. To date, the Trust Fund has granted more than $1.2 billion to state and local governments

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Hang Lung Collaborates with Hyatt to Open New Luxury Grand Hyatt Hotel in Kunming

HONG KONG, Nov. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Hang Lung Properties today announced that Grand Hyatt, a luxury hotel brand under Hyatt, has been appointed to operate the Company’s new luxury hotel in Kunming, Yunnan’s capital city in Southwest China. The new Grand Hyatt Kunming hotel is scheduled to open in mid-2023.

Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties (left), and Mr. David Udell, Group President, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation (right), ink partnership between Hang Lung and Hyatt to open Grand Hyatt Kunming at Spring City 66 in the capital and the largest city of Yunnan province in mainland China.

 

(From left to right) Mr. Norman Chan, Executive Director of Hang Lung Properties, Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties, Mr. David Udell, Group President, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation and Mr. Stephen Ho, President, Growth and Operations, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, at the contract signing ceremony to announce the opening of Grand Hyatt Kunming at Spring City 66 in Kunming in mid-2023.

 

Grand Hyatt Kunming, with a gross floor area of 49,560 square meters, will occupy the first 26 floors of the hotel and residential tower (right). The hotel will become a prestigious addition to Hang Lung’s mixed-use Spring City 66 development in Kunming. (Remarks: the photo is an artist’s impression for reference only)

 

Opening in mid-2023, Grand Hyatt Kunming will feature 332 guestrooms and suites, state-of-the art amenities and extraordinary dining options. It will cater to the most discerning corporate business and leisure travelers and be a social hub for the local community. (Remarks: the photo is an artist’s impression for reference only)

Grand Hyatt Kunming will become part of the mixed-use Spring City 66 development in the heart of Kunming that comprises a world-class shopping mall, a 66-story Grade A office tower, and luxury branded residences. Featuring 332 guestrooms and suites, state-of-the art amenities and extraordinary dining varieties, the hotel will cater to the most discerning corporate business and leisure travelers and be a social hub for the local community.

At today’s contract signing ceremony, Mr. Weber Lo, Chief Executive Officer of Hang Lung Properties, said, “We are excited to collaborate with Hyatt to introduce the world-renowned Grand Hyatt brand to Kunming. Grand Hyatt Kunming will be a magnificent addition to our landmark commercial development Spring City 66. Just one year since it opened, Spring City 66 has already brought together about 300 top international and local retail, dining, lifestyle and entertainment brands. Sealing the collaboration with Hyatt also marks a key milestone in the business development of our parent company, Hang Lung Group, which celebrates 60 years of establishment this year.”

“Grand Hyatt Kunming will further strengthen our luxury positioning and deliver on our promise to ‘Bring the best to Kunming; Showcase the Best of Kunming to the World’. We will continue to add value to the city by introducing even more globally renowned brands to Spring City 66, as part of our continuous effort to excite our customers and exceed their expectations.”

Mr. David Udell, Group President, Asia Pacific, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with Hang Lung Properties, who share our value on delivering high-end experiences and operational excellence. As the province’s capital and the largest city in Yunnan, Kunming serves as a gateway to South and Southeast Asia. With the new additional of Grand Hyatt Kunming, guests from across China and the world will be able to enjoy truly extraordinary moments for which the Grand Hyatt brand is known, while indulging themselves in the spring-like climate all year round, the extraordinary landscape, rich historical and cultural heritage that Kunming could offer. Grand Hyatt Kunming’s contemporary design, thoughtful and intuitive service, as well as its strategic location within the city as part of Spring City 66, will be an asset to Kunming and is set to become a regional icon for local and international guests.”

Grand Hyatt Kunming, with a gross floor area of 49,560 square meters, will occupy the first 26 floors of the hotel and residential tower, the top section of which will feature Hang Lung’s first luxury branded residences project. Details of the residences will be announced soon.  

The term “Hyatt” is used in this release for convenience to refer to Hyatt Hotels Corporation and

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Grand Strand vacation rental property bookings see holiday week increase despite pandemic

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – If it has felt bit busier along the Grand Strand this holiday week to you, you may be right.



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Rental home in North Myrtle Beach. (Source: WMBF News)

Grand Strand vacation rental property bookings have seen an increase this holiday week despite the COVID-19 pandemic, or maybe because of it.

Amid calls from public health officials to forgo large family gatherings this Thanksgiving holiday due to the ongoing pandemic, the Grand Strand is seeing an increase bookings of vacation rental properties.

Results of a recent survey from the Clay Brittain Jr. Center for Resort Tourism at Coastal Carolina University show reservations of vacation rental properties along the Grand Strand from Nov. 21 to Nov. 27 are up more than 5% compared to the 2019 Thanksgiving week.

According to the survey, 65.2% of area vacation rental properties were booked for this past week compared to 59.7% for last year’s Thanksgiving week, which fell from Nov. 23 to Nov. 29.

Researchers with the Center for Resort Tourism added with the weather predicted for this weekend, average occupancy may be near or above 70%.

The increase in bookings hasn’t just come this week.

While year-over-year hotels have seen a slight dip in occupancy over the six-week period ending Nov. 14, vacation rental properties have seen a drastic 77% jump in use over the same time period, according to survey data.

Hotels, condo-hotels and campsites on the other hand have not seen as many visitors, with average occupancy dropping 2% and average daily rates dropping just over 9% during the same six-week period compared to 2019.

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Wyndham Grand to Reach New Heights with First Hotel in Australia

PARSIPPANY, N.J., Nov. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, the world’s largest hotel franchising company with approximately 9,000 properties across 90 countries, is ramping up its plans for expansion in Australia with the announcement of Wyndham Grand® Adelaide, a major new landmark that will become one of the tallest hotels in South Australia and the first Wyndham Grand hotel for the country when it opens in 2024.

Wyndham Grand Adelaide will become one of the tallest hotels in South Australia, and the first Wyndham Grand hotel for the country, when it opens in 2024.

Wyndham Grand Adelaide will rise 120 meters from King William Street in Adelaide’s Central Business District, becoming a new icon for the city. The estimated AUD150 million skyscraper is being developed by Equinox Property and will comprise some 347 contemporary rooms and suites and an extensive array of facilities, elevating the concept of approachable luxury.

“The South Australian capital has been experiencing a surge of investment, with new infrastructure projects such as the expansion of Adelaide Airport, the revamp of the Adelaide Oval, and now, the creation of one of the city’s tallest hotels,” said Joon Aun Ooi, president, Asia Pacific, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts. “We are excited to be part of this prestigious project. Wyndham Grand is known for its iconic locations, so I can think of no better way to introduce the brand to Australia.”

Wyndham Grand Adelaide will offer a selection of refined rooms and suites featuring a modern interior concept with green walls, marble fixtures and plush furnishings all accented with bold splashes of color, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows that frame breathtaking views of Adelaide’s skyline and the surrounding area.

Guests can expect a host of exceptional facilities, including an infinity pool with a sun deck and a bar offering panoramic city views, a day spa with sauna and treatment rooms, and a spacious fitness center. The five-star property will also offer a wide range of dining experiences with an upscale restaurant, a wine bar, a hills-facing sky bar with stylish alfresco seating, as well as a rooftop restaurant, which is expected to become one of the most desirable dining destinations in the city.

Wyndham Grand Adelaide is set to become the first Wyndham Grand in Australia and the wider Australasia region. It will join an exclusive collection of nearly 50 Wyndham Grand hotels and resorts worldwide. In Australia, the hotel will add to Wyndham’s rapidly expanding portfolio of brands consisting of almost 30 hotels and resorts, including locations in key cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Canberra and Darwin.

Wyndham Grand Adelaide will be managed by Resort Management by Wyndham Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of Wyndham Destinations, which manages a portfolio of 54 properties across the Asia Pacific, including in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Thailand, Indonesia and Japan.

“Our depth of hotel management experience, knowledge and capability make us the ideal partner for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts as it launches its upper-upscale Wyndham Grand brand in Australia,” said Warren Cullum, senior vice president, Operations

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Ruffa Gutierrez shares photos from her grand Boracay vacation



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– Ruffa Gutierrez has recently sizzled the online community with her latest posts on her social media account

– Just recently, the actress, alongside her brother, Raymond Gutierrez, and their friend, Bubbles Paraiso, flew to Boracay for a ‘weekend getaway’

– According to Ruffa, she is “happy to be away from it all” after spending months working hard in the showbiz industry

– It can be recalled that the actress was recently under various Kapamilya projects the past few months

Ruffa Gutierrez has finally gotten her much-awaited vacation after doing various work in the showbiz industry for the past couple of months.

It can be worth noting that the actress has recently been part of various Kapamilya shows including Love Thy Woman and The House Arrest of Us alongside Kapamilya love team, KathNiel.

Following this news, KAMI learned that Ruffa recently flew to Boracay together with her brother, Raymond Gutierrez, and their friend, Bubbles Paraiso.

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In one of her online posts, the actress could be seen posing outside an AirAsia plane with the caption, “Finally en route to Boracay on @airasiaph So happy to be away from it all and support local tourism after months of hard work.”

Ruffa also took a picture of their view from the resort that they were staying at which was Crimson Resort & Spa in Boracay.

The actress also shared a couple of sizzling photos of her bikíni body on her social media account.

Aside from this, Ruffa’s daughter, Venice Bektas, also went to Boracay with her mother.

“Weekend getaway with my baby,” Ruffa wrote.

Ruffa Gutierrez is a Filipina actress and beauty queen. She is the only daughter of Eddie Gutierrez and Annabelle Rama. She has two daughters with her former husband Yilmaz Bektas – Lorin and Venice Gutierrez. Ruffa and Yilmaz’s legal separation happened in 2012.

Previously, the actress made headlines when she revealed that she refused to do a kissing scene with actor Bobby Andrews.

Aside from this, Ruffa became emotional during her interview on “Magandang Buhay” when she revealed that her daughter, Lorin, wanted to go to the US for her college education.

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GRAND HOTEL Returns with James Snyder, Brandon Uranowitz and More!

As Broadway remains dark, BroadwayWorld wants to make sure that you still get your theatre fix each and every day until it’s back. In our daily series Broadway Rewind, we’re uncovering footage from the depths of our archives so that you can relive magical moments of Broadway past!

Today we rewind to 2018, when Encores brought Grand Hotel back to the stage. Originally produced under the title At the Grand (1958), with a score by Robert Wright and George Forrest and book by Luther Davis, the production was revitalized in 1989 by director-choreographer Tommy Tune, with additional music and lyrics by Maury Yeston, for a Tony Award-winning run on Broadway. The Encores! production was directed and choreographed by Josh Rhodes, and starred Natascia Diaz, John Dossett, Irina Dvorovenko, James Snyder, Brandon Uranowitz, and more.

Inspired by Vicki Baum’s 1929 novel, Grand Hotel, The Musical intertwines the lives of a cast of eccentric characters through a series of fateful encounters. Whirling through the doors of the opulent Grand Hotel are faded ballerina Elizaveta Grushinskaya; the impoverished romantic Baron Felix von Gaigern; fatally ill bookkeeper Otto Kringelein; and Flaemmchen, a young secretary who is all too eager to become an American film star.

Below, watch highlights from the show!

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St. Anthony Hotel Celebrates the Fifth Anniversary of its Grand Reopening with an Eye Toward Shifting Needs of Guests

SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — November 19th marks the fifth anniversary of the meticulous 30-month restoration and renovation to the hotel often called “the Queen of San Antonio,” The St. Anthony Hotel. The anniversary is not the only celebration of note for the historic property as Marriott International announced in late October that The St. Anthony Hotel was awarded the 2019 Marriott Hotel of the Year in the Distinctive Luxury category.

“Although 2020 is not the year any of us could have anticipated, we have found ways to address safety and the changing needs of our guests while retaining the distinctive customer service delivery embodied by the St. Anthony team,” noted Brandon Raney, CEO of BC Lynd Hospitality. “Our thoughtful restoration five years ago taught us that despite the current challenges, there are many things that remain important to our guests. We’ve worked to continue delivering exceptional service, infuse luxury in the customer experience, and embrace our history while meeting contemporary expectations. Each of these elements makes a difference now like never before.”

The St. Anthony Hotel’s grand reopening in 2015 did more than update and renovate a property that has been the center of upscale events and celebrations in the city for more than 110 years. The approach taken by owners Clyde Johnson and Brandon Raney focused on managing a delicate balance between grand luxury and contemporary tastes. This approach is evident throughout the hotel from the classic chandeliers and hundred-year-old Steinway to the clean lines of renovated suites and lounges with a modern flair.

Strolling through the hotel you will discover the designers and owners went through great lengths to maintain several historic elements of the property. Restored Venetian tile flooring dating back to 1910 alongside an eclectic mix of old and new furnishings; old-world textile design paired with contemporary color palettes; and even doors with no doorknobs integrated into the project as an elegant response to modern demands. Since the renovated and updated suites needed more spacious bathrooms, the required the number of rooms shifted – but the number of doors remained in order to maintain the character of each corridor. The sixth-floor outdoor infinity pool has a contemporary feel while the rooftop lounge preserves historic hand-painted tile.

In an effort to offer a level of support and accommodations to guests responsive to the current travel climate, The St. Anthony Hotel family has adapted and adjusted, much as it did during its renovation. Historically The St. Anthony Hotel has catered to generations of large weddings, sumptuous special events, and served as a stunning backdrop for celebrities and VIPs who have made their way into San Antonio. Today The St. Anthony Hotel is serving as a venue for a wide range of gatherings. Small, intimate weddings are now

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A grand New York hotel with an intimate feel



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In a nutshell: A grand hotel experience with an intimacy that feels like staying at your (very) rich best friend’s mansion

Price point: ££££

The neighbourhood

The Mark is a single block from Central Park, even less distance to some of New York’s most prestigious stores, and right at the centre of the city’s most upscale and affluent neighborhood; the Upper East side is the spot to be in for low-key luxury while still being able to get anywhere worth going pretty quickly. Cabs and Ubers are going to get you to midtown in minutes, your legs will get you to the park in seconds.

The look

An imposing building on the Upper East Side for almost 200 years, the entire place was renovated and re-imagined in 2009 by French designer Jacques Grange. You enter to black and white geometric decor slashed with bright orange accents and a grand staircase, yet for a hotel of its size the reception area feels surprisingly cosy and intimate.

It feels sexy and swish, but also bold and exciting. Hiding behind it all is a restaurant and bar, gently lit by warm, floor-to-ceiling red-orange lamps, that feels like an oasis of calm in the centre of one of the busiest cities on earth.

The vibe

It’s a big hotel with a boutique feel – a bit like staying at your (very) rich best-friend’s mansion. It feels like the perfect spot for a weekend staycation for New Yorkers, or a really special base from which to explore the city for those visiting from further afield. You enter the hotel past well-dressed outdoor diners poised to see and be seen, alongside an eye-catching flower stand and boutique hot dog cart. Check-in was fast, polite, with plenty of helpful tips on how to get the most out of our stay.

In this era of Covid, The Mark felt on-the-ball, with a temperature check at the door, and boxes of tissues in the elevator with which to press the floor buttons, along with a trash can to instantly dispose of them.

Bed and bath

We stayed in the Seventy Seven King room with views out over its namesake street to the city skyline beyond. The room takes up 500-square-feet with a long, wide foyer corridor, huge bedroom area, and spacious bathroom. Furnishings are a mix of ebony, nickel and sycamore with fine Italian linens and bedding. The TV is fairly easy to connect to a mobile device for custom viewing.



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The Mark hotel

In the black and white marble bathroom, there’s a deep-soaking tub and separate shower with an immensely powerful, invigorating water jet, all with smart nickel fixtures and fittings. There’s a mirrored flat-screen television set which I was unable to figure out how to work, and Italian toiletries packaged under The Mark’s own branding.

The minibar was one of the best-stocked I’ve seen, with a vast array of

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Disneyland’s Grand Californian Hotel is reopening in December, but there’s a catch

The lobby of Disney's Grand Californian Hotel.

The lobby of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel.

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Disneyland’s theme parks aren’t reopening anytime soon, but little by little, things at the resort are opening back up. This time, it’s Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel, which is opening to guests Dec. 6.

But just like in everything else in 2020, there’s a catch: The hotel is only taking reservations from guests who are members of Disney Vacation Club, the timeshare-style membership where people buy a certain amount of points that they use annually to book rooms at Disney properties anywhere from Hawaii to Orlando. The Orange County Register reports that none of the Disneyland hotels are open to non-Vacation Club guests through December 31.

Opening hotels early to Disney Vacation Club members has been part of Walt Disney World’s phased reopening since June. Some of the hotels are still not fully open, like Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort on the Seven Seas Lagoon across from Magic Kingdom. Only the Disney Vacation Club rooms are open at the resort, but the pools and some of the restaurants are open for guests as though the hotel were operating normally.

The pool area at the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa leads directly out into Disney's California Adventure park.

The pool area at the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa leads directly out into Disney’s California Adventure park.

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This new opening will come just after Disneyland reopens Buena Vista Street, in Disney’s California Adventure, on Nov. 19. The Hollywood area of the park will only offer shopping and dining, but it’s the first little piece of theme park to open at Disney. Given the excitement at Downtown Disney about the expansion, it’s likely to be an immediate hit.

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Disney Vacation Club Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Reopen to Members on December 6


Disney Vacation Club Members can soon return home to Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa. As of today, Disney has announced a phased reopening of the Disney Vacation Club Villas will begin on December 6th.

What’s Happening:

  • Following an extended temporary closure of many properties, Disney Vacation Club has announced phased reopening plans for the Disneyland Resort
  • Starting on December 6th, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will once again welcome home DVC Members.
  • During this initial phase, the Disney Vacation Club Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will be open only for Members. The rest of Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa will remain closed.
  • Additional information on what to expect at The Villas during guests’ next stay will be shared soon.
  • Disney is assuring guests that as they work towards reopening, promoting health and safety for our Guests and Cast Members is a top priority.

Good to Know:

  • The phased approach to reopening is in line with guidance from federal government and local health authorities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Travel Association and the Disney team of health professionals.
  • Upon reopening, certain parks, hotels, restaurants, attractions, experiences and other offerings will be modified or unavailable.
  • Destinations and experiences will have limited capacity and will be subject to limited availability or even closure, and park admission and offerings are not guaranteed.

Other Disneyland Resort Locations:

  • The Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa remain closed and will reopen at a later date.
  • Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park remain closed and will reopen at a later date, pending state and local government approvals.
  • The Downtown Disney District is now open.

More Disney Vacation Club Repeonings:

Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa

  • The resort has begun a phased reopening. Aulani Resort rooms, experiences, restaurants, amenities and other offerings may be modified or unavailable, limited in capacity and subject to limited availability or closure.
  • For more information about Aulani, check out Alex’s review of the reopening procedures and experience at the resort.

Walt Disney World Resort and Other DVC Phased Reopening

  • Walt Disney World theme parks, Disney Vacation Club properties at Walt Disney World Resort, Disney’s Vero Beach Resort and Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort are now open.
  • Upon reopening, theme parks, Disney Resort hotels, restaurants, attractions, experiences and other offerings may be modified and will be limited in capacity and subject to limited availability.

Temporary Updates to the Cancellation Policy:

  • Disney has modified their temporary policies regarding expiring Points.
  • April, June, August, September and October 2019 Use Year Points that are set to expire in 2020 and that were used for reservations during the closure period have been extended for one year from the current expiration date.
  • Additionally, April, June, August, September and October 2018 Use Year Points that were banked into 2019 and used for these reservations will expire November 30, 2020.
  • This temporary policy only includes expiring Points that were used
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