Holiday Inn Orlando - Disney Springs® Area Offers Select Disney Resort Hotel Benefits in 2018: Benefits Now Include Longer FastPass+ Selection Window
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Feb. 16, 2018 — The Holiday Inn Orlando - Disney Springs® Area is pleased to announce that each guest staying at Holiday Inn in 2018 with valid theme park admission has access to the Walt Disney World theme park Extra Magic Hours benefit and will now have the opportunity to make FastPass+ selections up to 60-days in advance of their stay.
The Holiday Inn Orlando - Disney Springs® Area, which is designated as an Official WALT DISNEY WORLD hotel, has a long-standing relationship with the Walt Disney World Resort. Through Dec. 31, 2018, Holiday Inn guests can take advantage of the theme park Extra Magic Hours benefit, as well as have the ability to make FastPass+ selections up to 60-days prior to arrival, with valid theme park ticket or confirmation number.
Guests at the Holiday Inn Orlando - Disney Springs® Area, who have a valid theme park ticket or confirmation number and a hotel reservation number, will be able to link their hotel reservation on MyDisneyExperience.com, and with a linked, valid theme park ticket, these guests can utilize a 60-day booking window for FastPass+ selections. Guests should connect with their travel provider to ensure the provider can give the Guest the necessary ticket confirmation and hotel reservation number needed to utilize this benefit.
Each day, one of the four Walt Disney World Theme Parks opens early or extends later for Guests to enjoy select attractions. During select dates, the Extra Magic Hours benefit may also be offered at a Disney Water Park. Guests can view the Extra Magic Hours calendar at disneyworld.com/parkhours, or request a copy of the printed Times Guide, available in the hotel lobby.
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ORLANDO, Fla. - Jan. 10, 2018 - Disney Springs is among several U.S. spots on a newly released New York Times list of the 52 Places to Go in 2018.
Coming in at No. 41, the Walt Disney World-area entertainment/dining/shopping complex provides "an unexpected culinary destination with a focus on grown-ups. Rick Bayless, Masaharu Morimoto, Wolfgang Puck and Art Smith have all opened restaurants here, and George Miliotes is launching a wine bar in spring 2018 that will be the only master sommelier-ied wine bar in the state. There are boutiques, a House of Blues and partying opportunities aplenty — all giving adults a new reason to go to Disney," wrote Nell McShane Wulfhart.
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