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Here are some recent pictures of WDWÂ taken by staff photographer Jose Eber: TheÂ Earful Tower at Disney’s Hollywood Studios isÂ still awaiting it’s new logo. Here are some pictures of the completed lobby for Disney’s Contemporary Resort:
-One of my favorite restaurants, Citricos in Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, is now open seven days a week. For many years the restaurant was closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. -Rock and Roll Beach Club at Pleasure Island will be the first club to close this February. Many more of the long-standing clubs will also close soon to prepare for the addition ofÂ more shopping, dining, and maybe even a bowling alley.
Jason Garcia : January 14, 2008 : Orlando SentinelÂ Walt Disney World is in the midst of building a $110 million, 15-story tower next to its iconic Contemporary Resort that likely will feature time shares — bringing the units closer to the Magic Kingdom than ever before. Disney will say little publicly about the fast-rising Contemporary addition. The new tower already stands five stories on 14 acres just to the north of the resort’s signature A-frame main building, which was just the second hotel at Disney World when it opened a few months after the park itself first welcomed guests Oct. 1, 1971. But there is ample evidence Disney plans to use the tower for time shares. Building-permit applications filed [...]
Here is a look at the major refurbishment going on at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa: The following pictures show the layout and new design the marble floors of the lobby will be showcasing: More to come….
If you visit Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, you are sure to notice some major renovations going on. In the resort’s main building, a giant tarp spanning two floors has engulfed all of the hotel lobby. On the upper level, most of the floor tiles have been ripped up for the installation of new flooring. This refurbishment is only the first step in a lengthy refrbishment that will see every building of the resort upgraded. All of the resort’s changes should be complete by early 2009. I will have pictures available after I return from WDW this weekend.
Name changes seem to be a common theme at WDW these days. The Yacht Club Galley at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort is going to be renamed to Captain’s Grille sometime in the near future. There doesn’t seem to be any reason for the name change other than some minor menu adaptations. We will have more on this as it becomes available.
Site photographer Jose Eber has provided us with some fantastic pictures on the new stylish Rix Lounge and Cafe at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort: