Disneyland Updates Cancellation Policy After Delaying Reopening

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Yesterday, Inside the Magic reported that Disneyland has made the decision to delay their reopening for its theme parks — Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure — along with the Disneyland Resort hotels.

After making this decision, Disney also took to their website to update their cancellation policy and waived fees for the room-only hotel reservations. Here is the latest breakdown of the policies put in place.

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Room-Only Hotel Reservations

The Disneyland website now states:

Disneyland Resort will work with Guests who have Disneyland Resort hotel room reservations that may be impacted by our temporary closure. To provide additional flexibility, we are waiving Disney-imposed change and cancellation fees up to the date of checkin-in for reservations with arrivals through the closure period. If you are unable to reach us before your check-in date, you will not be penalized or assessed fees for modifying or canceling your Disneyland Resort hotel room reservation after your check-in date. Please call (714) 520-5050 for assistance in modifying your visit. 

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More Information on Disneyland Delaying the Reopening

Disneyland Resort has officially made the decision to delay the reopening dates for their theme parks. However, Downtown Disney will still reopen on July 9.

The reopening of the hotels on Disneyland property have also been delayed. These include Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel, which were both originally scheduled to reopen on July 23.

It is important to keep in mind that the State of California have stated that they will not issue theme park reopening guidelines until after July 4. Disney has also just negotiated with unions that represent Disneyland Resort Cast Members, which you can read more about here.

A new reopening date has not yet been announced at this time.

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