Disney's All Star Movies Resort reopened this week, continuing Walt Disney World Resort's commitment to striving for a greater normalcy. It also marks the return of one of Disney's most affordable resort hotels, giving more families the opportunity to travel in the foreseeable future.
With the addition of clarification as to the reopening of Disney's Polynesian Resort, the landscape of available places to stay during your Walt Disney World Resort vacation has shifted. Below we've compiled a list of what resorts are now open, what is set to open later this year and what resort hotels we're awaiting news on.
The following resorts have hotel rooms available for guests to book now:
All Star Movies
Art of Animation Resort
Caribbean Beach Resort
Coronado Springs Resort
Gran Destino Tower
Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Pop Century Resort
Yacht Club Resort
Disney has announced reopening dates for the following resorts, which guests will be able to book as they become available:
Disney’s Beach Club Resort (May 30, 2021)
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge (June 6, 2021)
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort (Late July, 2021)
In addition to the resorts listed above, many of Disney's other resort hotels are open in some capacity, though normal rooms are not yet available, nor do they have announced dates as to when they will. Several have the DVC portions bookable, and many of their restaurants and shops are still available to non-DVC guests.
These new openings make multiple resorts of every price level available to guests, increasing affordability and preference options for those looking to plan a vacation in the near future.