Disneyland has stopped taking reservations at three hotels as the parks remain closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to The Orange County Register.
The paper reported that the Disneyland Hotel, Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa, and Paradise Pier Hotel, will stay closed and will not be accepting any upcoming reservations for the time being. A Disney official confirmed they cannot accommodate hotel room reservations through December 31, 2020 and are waiving Disney-imposed change and cancellation fees up to the date of check-in for reservations with arrivals through the end of the year.
The OC Register noted that 2021 reservation dates for the three hotels are not available online either. The Disneyland website has a message that reads “The Hotels of the Disneyland Resort remain closed and will reopen at a later date.”
However, Disney does plan to open the the Disney Vacation Club villas at the Grand Californian resort in early December with modified operations and reduced capacities, according to the paper. This will only be available to Disney Vacation Club members. The rest of the Grand Californian will remain closed indefinitely.
All of the Disney parks around the world closed earlier this year at different points of the COVID-19 pandemic, but every one has been able to reopen in some capacity except for those at Disneyland. While Downtown Disney was able to partially reopen in July, the parks had to scrap their reopening plans for that same month because of restrictions on theme park reopenings in California pertaining to COVID-19. The state recently issued guidelines saying parks of Disneyland’s size will not be able to reopen until its county is in the yellow designation for COVID-19 cases. The park’s president said the “guidelines will keep us shuttered for the foreseeable future.”

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