There are only a few resorts that have not reopened at Disney World. We just received word that one of those resorts will actually not reopen as planned.
There are just four resorts that are still closed at Disney World. Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter and All-Star Sports have yet to welcome Guests since last March.
That is all about to change, however! All-Star Music resort just reopened on September 16 with very limited capacity. Port Orleans Riverside will welcome Guests again on October 14 with Port Orleans French Quarter not too far behind on October 28.
Finally, All-Star Sports was set to reopen on December 9.
However, one of those resorts is not reopening after all.
All-Star Sports is the last All-Star resort to reopen, and we just received word that it will not reopen as planned. Disney shares that it will remain closed while they take the opportunity to refresh the Sports theme area.
The December 9 is off the table, but they did not share a new date.
All-Star Sport’s December 9 reopening date has been indefinitely delayed.
What to do if you have a room booked there
Nothing! Do nothing! Disney will contact you to modify your hotel at no additional cost. It’s true if you contact them you will get first dibs on available rooms. However, the longer you wait the greater your chances are of getting a much nicer upgrade.
Your modification will have no impact on theme park reservations, dining reservations, and other experiences.
Before the parks shut down, I had two rooms booked at resorts that did not reopen in July. I was upgraded both times! I was upgraded from All-Star Movies to Caribbean Beach and Port Orleans French Quarter to Coronado Springs. Hopefully you will receive the same pixie dust I did!
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