Upcoming storms have forced Disney to limit availability for guests wishing to stay at the property.
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Planning a vacation to Walt Disney World can be tricky considering all there is to do at “The Most Magical Place on Earth.” In terms of hotels alone, Disney World offers 32 different destinations to call home during your visit. Some of them include Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, and of course, Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
Unfortunately, for those planning to visit this week or for those who are already there, storms are coming and they have forced Disney to reduce the availability of its vast collection of hotels.
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When we look at the Official Disney World Resort Calendar, we noticed that Disney was removing several availabilities. Disney is now offering limited check-ins for arrivals Monday, September 26 through Thursday, September 29.
These limitations precede the anticipated impacts of Hurricane Ian.
Florida residents, as well as those traveling to Florida in the coming days, have been urged to pay attention to weather forecasts from law enforcement and other local authorities and officials as the Sunshine State prepares for the rapid intensification of Tropical Storm Ian.
As we reportedthe most recent data on Tropical Storm Ian suggests the storm will intensify, becoming a hurricane later in the day on Sunday and becoming a Category 4 hurricane as it passes over Cuba on Tuesday. Hurricane Ian is expected to weaken slightly before making landfall along the Gulf Coast of Florida.
The potential for flash flooding in Florida also exists, as shown in the graphic below from the National Hurricane Center.
We will continue to monitor this situation and inform our readers as much as possible.