CHARLOTTE – The Disney Worlds of the USA is undergoing some of the biggest changes in history. From automated check-in from advance reservations to social distancing during ride ques, to changes in dining procedures, the entire experience may be brand new. Where folks stood in large queues in the past to watch fireworks displays, there are now more displays, spread out over the parks more, and “watching areas” where social distancing is required. There will be no more standing in line at ticket booths to buy park tickets. All purchases will be automated online or by telephone, to reduce contact. Entrance time will be assigned and staggered. At “Buffet” type dining, all food will be handed to you by servers, and seating will be spaced out. Formal Character Dining will be greatly reduced and require early reservations. Essentially the experiences will still be very memorable, just different.
Las Vegas has long been renowned as the resort capital of the world. Today Las Vegas is marked by masks in all public areas and casinos. Many restaurants are shuttered. Stand-alone bars are extinct and nightclubs have greatly reduced seating capacity where they are open. Some countries are still not welcomed in Las Vegas, and air capacity has been greatly reduced. Many of the changes are not transparent and it is very easy to find a planned resort vacation to be less than expected during this downturn. Travel Advisors are spending every day reading about resort policies and changes. They are probably the best source for time-sensitive and up to date information. With the speed changes are coming in every day, it is difficult for the best Travel Consultant to keep up with the most recent change.
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