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3 exciting things coming back to Walt Disney World in 2024 that will make planning your vacation easier
What's coming to Disney World in 2024?
After the reopening of the theme parks after the 2020 shutdown, Disney implemented new systems and took away several popular offerings. Following the lockdown frenzy, there were frequent changes made.
I was there July 2020. It was the most surreal experience I've ever had and probably won't experience ever again. Standing in the middle of the Magic Kingdom Hub at 3pm with no one around was so mind boggling I had a hard time wrapping my mind around it.
But as time went on and with each month new aspect of the park reverted back to "the good ol' days." I think with these upcoming three changes, guests will start to feel that Disney is "how it used to be."
Here's are three things Disney is bringing back to make planning and budgeting your Walt Disney World Vacation easier!
With a little faith, trust, and probably a lot of pixie dust, the Dining Plan is finally returning! This WDW fan-favorite is a way for your to prepay for your favorite snacks, meals, and beverages before your vacation even starts!
In this post we will explore the differences between the two dining plans and what each plan entails.
These very popular transportation option will soon be back on the road! But what are Minnie Vans? Minnie Vans are a private vehicle service at Walt Disney World, operated similarly to Uber or Lyft, but operated by Cast Members in Minnie Mouse-inspired cars.
As early as April 18, Disney theme parks will start reintroducing traditional character greetings at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts, as well as aboard Disney Cruise Line and at Aulani Resort in Hawaii. Very soon, you will once again be able to hug Mickey Mouse, get an autograph from Mulan, and share a laugh with Goofy! We know many of you have missed these special moments, and your Disney character friends have missed you, too!
When planning your vacation to Disney World, one of the first things you’ll want to think about is what Disney Resort you’ll want to stay at. The Walt Disney World Resort offers 25 hotels to choose from! So how do you choose the perfect resort?
During our first conversation, I will ask you a series of questions to help find the right resort for your family’s wants and needs. One of the questions I ask is “What resort category would you like to stay in? Value, Moderate, or Deluxe?” Most people will want the cheapest option, then when they arrive at their resort are disappointed to find some amenities that are not at the resort. What they wanted was truly a Moderate or Deluxe.
So what’s the difference between Value, Moderate, and Deluxe? There are a variety of ways each travel advisor explains the difference. Value and Moderate Resorts are going to be more of a “motel layout.” Meaning you enter your room from an outside corridor. If you want a true hotel feel, a Deluxe will be worth looking at. I like to ask what is important to you out of six main amenities offered.
Here’s a breakdown:
Got Disney World on your mind? Here’s an extra treat to entice your next family vacation this month. When you book a four night or longer Walt Disney World Vacation Package with a minimum of 3-Day theme park tickets, you'll be entered to win this amazing gift! The Mickey’s Kool Snack will be delivered to your Walt Disney World resort room upon check-in.
Would you like to make your vacation to Disney World a little extra magical? Consider booking a room on the Club Level! Club Level goes above and beyond what the normal concierge desk provides. One of the biggest perks the exclusive Club Level Lounge offers is variety of complimentary daily refreshments, like:
It’s official, Disney has announced the retirement of the fan favorite FastPass. Rumors have been swirling around for several months about if FastPass will return, how it will be changed, or even if it will come back at all. Once Disneyland Paris debuted Premier Access, (a paid service to gain access to shorter lines) to me, it seemed like a matter of time until the Disney Theme Parks Stateside would follow their lead and roll out with a paid FastPass type service.
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