Walt Disney World Swan Resort Reopens With Deal for Florida Resident and WDW Passholders .. #SwanandDolphin #FloridaResidentDeals

Walt Disney World Swan Resort has reopened to guests - staff in masks

The popular Walt Disney World Swan Resort has reopened to guests with a special deal for Florida residents and WDW annual passholders.

With its opening, the hotel has implemented a new set of protocols, including enhanced cleaning, physical distancing and requiring masks in public spaces, in adherence to recommended safety guidelines.

Walt Disney World Swan guests will be able enjoy the resort’s signature dining options, with physical distancing, including sushi at Kimonos and the tastes of Italy at the award-winning Il Mulino New York Trattoria.

Other dining options will include a full-service breakfast at the park-themed Garden Grove, poolside dining at Splash, and grab-and-go food and drink for those on the go from Java.

Guests can also enjoy other amenities including multiple pools, Swan paddle boats, a variety of recreational activities, and the resort’s private white sand beach and health club.

The resort offers convenient walkable access to Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, as well as Disney’s BoardWalk and its restaurant and entertainment options. Guests also receive complimentary bus transportation, plus complimentary parking with their own vehicle, at all four Walt Disney World theme parks

Now for the deal… For a limited time, Florida residents and Walt Disney World annual passholders can save up to 30 percent off regular rates. Please note: a daily resort fee of $30 plus tax will be added to the room rate, which includes enhanced high-speed internet in guest rooms, and more.

For details, or to book, visit swandolphin.com/offers.

[Top photo courtesy Walt Disney World Swan]

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Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns Zengrrl.com, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, and has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida. She lives in Orlando near Disney, and hears Magic Kingdom fireworks every night.
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