Walt Disney Co (NYSE:DIS) cabanas are on rent, at the popular Disney’s the Magic Kingdom. This is the ideal opportunity for those who have always dreamt of being Disney princes and princesses. However, the only setback for this magical experience is that your wallet will never be the same again.
The reason why this is being said is due to the seemingly mountainous pricing of the various cabanas. On average, it can cost an individual approximately $700 per day in the Cabana. This rental feature will begin on November, 21.
The Disney Cabanas are on rent, will not provide anything extra besides basic accommodation. Although, it may be a magical experience, many are claiming that the accommodation is nothing more than a glorified pop-up tent.
What will the Disney cabanas on rent provide for the renter satisfaction
It was reported by those that are familiar with the matter, that there will be various amenities available for those who rent out a cabana. Some of which, extend to coveted shade, food delivery service, lockable storage trunk, mini fridge (which, will be equipped with light snacks and drinks), and, certainly something that should not be forgotten, there will be Mickey’s ears!
A rather prestigious blogger for Disney, Tom Bricker had the following to say on the matter “Supposedly these are cabanas Walt Disney World is going to rent out for some egregious price. They look just as awful in person as they do in photos.”
Further information on Disney cabanas
It was also reported that those who have a rental on the cabanas, will be entitled to reserved seating for various shows, including the fireworks show, as well as various parades that may occur in the magical kingdom.
In accordance with information supplied by WDW News Today, the cabanas will be located near Space Mountain, in Tomorrowland, and will be able to cater for up to eight guests. Which, in segmentation, may explain the hefty fees for Disney’s cabanas on rent.
Disney stock closed on Monday at $97.63, this was after witnessing a decline of $0.61 or 0.62%
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