The Walt Disney World Resort 50th Anniversary celebration is in full swing and the powers that be in Orlando have made all kinds of exciting changes to the rides, restaurants and hotels at the resort ahead of the park party officially starting on October 1. 2021.
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Some of the most notable changes have occurred at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, which received Incredibles– themed room renovations and a brand new restaurant to replace The Wave.
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Steakhouse 71 opened on October 1, offering visitors to Disney World an exciting new place to drink and dine just minutes by monorail from Magic Kingdom Park.
The Contemporary lobby has also received much-needed updates with a Mary Blair-inspired touch.
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Now, it looks like Disney isn’t quite done working on the Contemporary. A new permit was officially filed for “General Construction” by contractor New Horizon Construction Services based in Groveland, Florida, indicates that the renovation of Disney’s Contemporary Resort is still not fully completed.
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While this permit does not specify what project is in progress, it is likely to relate to the ongoing renovation of the Disney Deluxe Resort, which is an opening hotel that was available to guests on October 1, 1971.
Find out more about Disney’s Contemporary Resort
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The official description from Disney’s Contemporary Resort reads as follows:
Retreat to this state-of-the-art Disney hotel and discover award-winning restaurants, spectacular views and dazzling pools. Whether you stay in the iconic contemporary A-frame tower or the nearby Garden Wing, you can walk to the main gate of Magic Kingdom or ride the resort’s monorail as it passes through the tower. Inside, a 90-foot-tall mural of Disney legend Mary Blair – responsible for the distinct look and feel of the ‘It’s a Small World’ attraction – celebrates the Grand Canyon and the south. -western American.
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