Monday, November 19, 2007

The Latest: Openings, Closings and Other Theme Park News

Orlando has become a virtual behemoth in theme park entertainment over the past several years, and there is so much going on here it is hard to keep up at times. That is precisely why we here at are so committed to serving up the latest in attraction information while we provide you with the best deals on cheap theme park tickets you can find anywhere. We are truly your one stop shop for buying all of the tickets you will need on your Orlando vacation, and your best source for what is going on where and when.

There seems to be a steady stream of new restaurants coming into the Orlando area, and it was just announced that a new themed dining option will be making its debut next year at the Downtown Disney Marketplace. The T-Rex Restaurant & Store is scheduled to open in the fall of 2008 and will bring with it life-size dinosaurs, a huge dining room, a cocktail bar, 3500 square feet of shopping area and “enough educational and entertainment décor to qualify as an attractions,” according to creator Steven Schussler, who also brought us the Rainforest Café.

Around the corner from Downtown Disney on Hotel Plaza Boulevard, the Regal Sun Resort at Walt Disney World has just completed a $25 million renovation. Formerly the Grosvenor Resort, the Regal Sun boasts 625 brand new guest rooms, complete with amenities like complimentary wifi, a state-of-the-art fitness center, Disney character breakfasts three times per week, world-class dining and easy to all of Walt Disney World’s theme parks, golf courses and entertainment areas.

Also making news around O-town is the name renovation at the Disney-MGM Studios. Starting in January, the Disney-MGM Studios will officially be known as Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The park will remain the same; only the name will change. And the logo, which was unveiled just last week revealing a clap-board wielding Mickey Mouse, apparently showing that it’s still all about The Mouse.

And in Orlando news, that is usually the case. But not always, and that is why your best source for all theme park tickets and Orlando vacation information is We can combine your tickets for all of the Orlando are attractions, not just the Disney parks. So give us a call and let us help you plan your spectacular and diverse Orlando vacation now!


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