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[13 Jan 2016 | No Comment | ]
Shanghai Disney Resort Set to Open in June

The Shanghai Disney Resort will celebrate its grand opening on June 16.
The “one-of-a-kind, world-class destination” will host a grand opening celebration on opening day and welcome its first official guests.
According to Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger, the resort “reflects Disney’s legendary storytelling along with China’s rich culture.”
Shanghai Disney Resort will be home to two resorts – Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and the Toy Story Hotel. Guests will also discover a recreation area and a unique retail, dining, and entertainment district.
Shanghai Disneyland will be home to six themed lands and attractions …

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[5 Feb 2015 | No Comment | ]
Construction Continues at Shanghai Disney Resort as Signature Hotel is Topped Off

The Shanghai Disney Resort is scheduled to open in 2016 and Disney CEO Bob Iger recently gave an update about the project.
Images of construction at Shanghai Disney Resort were released to the public and include an aerial view of the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel and the Toy Story Hotel.
The Shanghai Disneyland Hotel was “topped off” just 12 months after vertical construction started. The hotel will feature 420 rooms and is the signature hotel for the resort.
The Toy Story Hotel will be an 800-room hotel and was topped off in 2014.
Shanghai Disneyland …

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[23 Mar 2014 | No Comment | ]
Details Announced for Pirates of the Caribbean Attraction and Pirate-Themed Land at Shanghai Disneyland

Captain Jack Sparrow is headed to Shanghai Disneyland.
At the March 18 annual meeting of shareholders for The Walt Disney Company, Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced plans for the first-ever Pirates-themed land at a Disney Park and a Pirates of the Caribbean attraction for the Shanghai Disney Resort.
“Pirates of the Caribbean is one of the most iconic attractions in our parks, and we really couldn’t imagine Shanghai Disneyland without Pirates,” Iger said. “We wanted to create a one-of-a-kind experience that would appeal to our Chinese guests while remaining true …