Disneyland Hotels are accepting reservations into December though park reopening dates are not yet known. (Ashley Ludwig/Patch)ANAHEIM, CA — Planning on making a hotel reservation at Disneyland Hotel, Paradise Pier Hotel, or Disney’s Grand Californian Resort and Spa? You may want to wait.Though all three Disneyland Resort Hotels are accepting reservations from September through December on their travel booking website, as of this report, though there is no reopening date announced for Disneyland or Disney California Adventure. Downtown Disney reopened to shoppers and diners in July, though that did not prompt a resort property reopening. Is not known if the hotel reopening coincides with a reopening of Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. Find out what’s happening in Newport Beach-Corona Del Marwith free, real-time updates from Patch.Let’s go!In March, Disneyland Resort closed all hotels and theme parks in Anaheim due to the coronavirus pandemic reaching the region. Disneyland Resort properties and theme parks intended to reopen on July 17, over the 65th Anniversary of opening day. Disneyland Resort has already canceled all Halloween-related festivities at Disney California Adventure park, with fan-hopefuls eyeing the Christmas season as the next major milestone to plan their celebrations.Find out what’s happening in Newport Beach-Corona Del Marwith free, real-time updates from Patch.Let’s go!The parks will not reopen until California has reached stage 3 of the 4 part recovery plan, per Gov. Gavin Newsom’s timeline for opening the state. California officials are back at the drawing board to decide how and when theme parks will reopen. Health data is the driving factor, though recent numbers have been unreliable.In an OC Register Report, California Health and Human Services spokesperson Kate Folmar spoke on the current state of theme park reopening. “We will continue to review health data to determine when and how theme parks may consider reopening at lower risk to staff and visitors,” Folmar replied to the Register, over email.Once Disneyland Resort reopens, the parks will have reduced capacity levels and enhanced sanitization measures. They are currently awaiting state-guidelines for those measures. Downtown Disney is currently in a phased reopening, which is setting the footprint for future park openings. In the meantime, follow planDisney for vacation planning. Would you go back to Disneyland Resort right away? Would you go back to Disneyland Resort right away? Or would you want to wait? Let your Patch Orange County editor know through email.Read also: Daily Dose Of Disney: Gumbo Recipe Ultimate Comfort Food Daily Dose Of Disney: Dole Whips Make Magic In Your Blender Daily Dose Of Disney: Monte Cristo Sandwich A La Blue Bayou Daily Dose Of Disney: Churros Recipe To Make Park Treat At HomeSplash Mountain Redo: Disney Embraces Princess And The Frog Theme Disney Gives 150K Rain Ponchos To Protect Nurses From Coronavirus Long Island Family’s Disney World Trip ‘Safe, Emotional’Get more local news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for free Patch newsletters and alerts.Related:California: Finding Our Way ForwardThankReply (1)Share
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