Former Walt Disney Imagineer Eddie Sotto says Disney will get the magic back, but until hospital practices are out of the parks, people will not flood back there.
One of Walt Disney World’s deluxe resorts is getting a makeover based on one of its newest characters: Moana.
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The entertainment and hospitality giant had already postponed the reopening of its Polynesian Village Resort due to the coronavirus, but now it will take time to refurbish the resort’s guest rooms and Great Ceremonial House, according to the Orlando Sentinel. The decor of the rooms, and parts of the resort, will reportedly be updated to reflect the 2016 animated film of the same name.
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The refurbishment will reportedly be inspired by the fictional island of Montunui from “Moana,” as well as the Pacific Ocean. Previous updates to the Polynesian Village Resort included amenities, merchandise and menu items from its 2002 animated film “Lilo and Stitch.”