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  • Disney Hawaii Resort

    Apologies if this the wrong place for this (Feel free to move).

    Disney plans to build a family resort in Hawaii, but it will not be a Pacific Island Disneyland.

    The company is planning to turn 21 acres of ocean front property on the island of Oahu into an 800-room luxury hotel complex.

    Disney has several resorts near its theme parks in Florida and California but has never built a resort that will stand on its own.

    Disney spent $144m to buy the land and the resort is expected to open in 2011.

    "This resort hotel will give our guests another way to visit an exciting part of the world with a brand they trust," said Jay Rasulo, chairman of Walt Disney Parks & Resorts.

    Mr Rasulo said that Hawaii was one of the most requested destinations by the 350,000 members of its Vacation Club.

    Disney Resorts operates 38 resort hotels with more than 35,000 hotel rooms worldwide.
    Now I'll turn that little mouse's dream into a nightmare Fantasmic !


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