Disney has announced some changes coming to Disney’s BoardWalk Inn Resort in the near future. The BoardWalk Inn is receiving some updates and the BoardWalk Bakery is turning into something else to welcome a new table service and bakery location.
According to the Disney Parks Blog the BoardWalk Inn will be getting updates to the lobby and the guest rooms. It will also be getting a new coffee bar and quick service refresh.
“Through the doors of Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, light and airy touches will reinvigorate the lobby, lounge and guest rooms, carrying the seaside breeze right inside. Just off the lobby, a new coffee bar with artisanal beverages and quick bites will be available to-go or in newly refreshed seating spaces inside or outdoors.”
With the changes being made to the deluxe hotel, it seems Disney wants to add more expensive options for the dining in the area. They are now turning The BoardWalk Bakery into a sandwich shop to make room for a new table service location and bakery called The Cake Bake Shop by Gwendolyn Rogers.
This is bittersweet news because The BoardWalk Bakery is kind of beloved by guests. It’s also where a lot of the special occasion cakes would come from if you were celebrating and wanted something special. Other locations also do the cakes, but I’m hoping this doesn’t mean that the new location will be doing them at a much higher price point. If I’m being honest the new location sounds like it’s going to lean much more expensive than The BoardWalk Bakery.
Where the BoardWalk Inn is going to change “over the next few years” The Cake Bake Shop by Gwendolyn Rogers is set to open next year. So that likely means we can expect the BoardWalk Bakery changes to happen sooner rather than later as well.
Fans of Disney’s BoardWalk Inn or Disney’s BoardWalk, get ready for more changes.
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Source: Disney Parks Blog
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