Room upgrades and the availability of the Disney Skyliner have greatly improved Disney's Pop Century Resort, but there are still areas where guests will feel nickel-and-dimed by Disney.
“When the hotel opens on March 17, 50 percent of the rooms will be available to guests (1,025 rooms) and then the remaining rooms will open later in 2020,” a Universal spokesperson told Orlando Rising.
Members of the firefighters union at Walt Disney World say the Disney Skyliner accident this past weekend shows why they need more personnel to cover the growing resort.
Along with the official opening date and new images of the rooms, Legoland also released an animated tour of the hotel.
To experience this Star Wars story, guests will have to stay for two nights — so much like a cruise ship, everyone boards and departs at the same time.
Cabins that resided at Disney's Fort Wilderness from 1998 to 2016 have been sold for $30,000 a piece by Pete Kucinski -- though he kept one for himself.