What’s better than baking a sweet and crispy chocolatey treat? Making that same treat — but NO baking! Here’s a recipe straight from the pastry chefs at Disney’s Contemporary Resort that you can make at home.[Read more…]
Guests visiting Walt Disney World Resort for the Fourth of July can celebrate the holiday at Disney’s Contemporary Resort with Woody’s Roundup Barbecue Buffet from July 4-6!
This holiday season, Disney magic has combined with the wonderment of the season into gingerbread displays at select Disney theme parks, resort hotels, and the ships of the Disney Cruise Line.
D23 has announced some details about what guests can expect at this year’s Destination D: Attraction Rewind, taking place Nov. 22 and 23, 2014 at Walt Disney World. [Read more…]
The newly wrapped monorail for promotion of Marvel’s upcoming film, The Avengers, debuted today at Walt Disney World. The new black design features many of the heroes from the movie. [Read more…]
Last week we saw the current state of the Fantasyland Expansion from the ground. Today, we take flight and see the expansion project from Dumbo’s point of view. [Read more…]
By Anthony Armenia
On Sept. 30, 2011 just hours before Walt Disney World celebrated its 40th Anniversary, Disney hosted a special event celebrating the 40th anniversary of Walt Disney World’s Haunted Mansion attraction. With die-hard Haunted Mansion fans coming from as far as the U.K. (tickets were $285 each), “Room for 1 More” was a delightfully spooky event. [Read more…]
The latest addition to Disney’s Vacation Club is called the Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort and though it is very much still under construction, we had a chance to walk through the building today and snap a few pictures to bring you on a photo tour.
The new 15-story building is located next to Disney’s Contemporary Resort, just outside the Magic Kingdom. Unique views are certainly a theme in the new tower, with plenty of glass elements featured throughout.
Since there was still plenty of construction going on, pictures were only allowed to be taken in specific areas. While we can’t yet bring you any images of what the bedrooms currently look like (as they had not yet been outfitted with linens), we do have this photo released by Disney:
The three-bedroom unit we toured had a loft design. Downstairs had one bedroom, bath, dining and kitchen. The living room ceiling rose all the way to the second floor, giving the living room room two-story windows that allow for some eye-catching views of the Magic Kingdom. Upstairs were two more bedrooms and a bath. Here’s a shot of the kitchen followed by some of those stunning views: