Walt Disney World's Caribbean Beach Resort is getting new updates, including an all-new restaurant, when it undergoes construction in the coming months.
According to Disney leaders, who previously announced the resort's renovations, but didn't offer details, Old Port Royale "will be reimagined as the port of entry" for guests checking in.
The central location will get enhancements that offer a new level of convenience and easier access to services, amenities and dining, said Disney. The improved Centertown Market will have casual dining in an expanded and enclosed space. It will become a quick-service restaurant with an "indoor street market vibe," according to Disney.
The market will be decorated with open shutters, wooden light posts and unique seating areas, according to Disney.
The all-new Shutters restaurant is waterfront dining and will be adjacent to the new Banana Cabana outdoor, poolside bar and lounge and Calypso Trading Post, which offers shopping. Shutters is a Caribbean-inspired table-service eatery.
The updates are expected to be completed by next summer, according to Disney.
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