Disney is closing several resort pools for extended maintenance
When Guests choose to stay at a Walt Disney World property, they have many amazing resorts to stay at. When it comes to theming, few do it better than Disney, and it shows in its collection of Resorts and Hotels.
There are also plenty of perks to staying on property at Disney. For starters, Guests staying at select resorts have access to Disney’s Skyliner, an incredible transportation alternative to taking the bus or driving yourself to the parks. Guests can also take advantage of the previously mentioned bus system or board a ferry for a more special experience.
Disney resorts also offer amazing amenities such as entertainment and activities, especially when it comes to swimming.
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Unfortunately, Disney is planning to perform maintenance work on several pools at Walt Disney World Resort. The three pools included are the Fantasia pool at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resortthe Fuentes del Morro swimming pool in Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resortand the Doubloon Lagoon pool at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter.
When visiting any of the websites of these three resorts, customers receive the following message:
From January 2024 through April 2024, the Fantasia Pool at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort will be closed for routine maintenance. Guests may see or hear construction work during the day. Meanwhile, guests are invited to swim in the Duck Pond Pool at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort.
From January 2024 through April 2024, Fuentes del Morro Pool at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort will be closed for routine maintenance. Guests may see or hear construction work during the day. During this time, guests are welcome to swim in one of the 5 leisure pools at this Disney Resort hotel.
From January 2024 through April 2024, the Doubloon Lagoon pool at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter will be closed for routine maintenance. Guests may see or hear construction work during the day. During this time, Guests are welcome to swim in the Ol’ Man Island Pool at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside.
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While this is unfortunate, it makes sense as these are usually months that customers can spend swimming anyway. Disney offers many other pools for visitors, as well as Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon, the two huge water parks at Walt Disney World Resort.
Will you be staying at any of these resorts next year?
Visit the Disney World official website to plan your next magical vacation at Walt Disney World Resort’s four theme parks – Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney’s Hollywood Studios – and the Disney Springs shopping and dining district OR the Disneyland official website to plan your trip to the two Disneyland Resort theme parks – Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park – and the Downtown Disney District!