Disney resort plans to offer hotel stays on the beach
Disney and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife are working to offer vacation rentals on the San Diego coast, which the resort hopes to begin providing this summer, according to the resort.
“The beach is our best source of entertainment, recreation, and recreation for guests and staff, but we want to be able to provide them with a comfortable and enjoyable vacation,” said Steve Beyer, senior vice president of public affairs at Disney.
“We will be working with the department to work out the details.”
Disney is also planning to offer a range of beach-themed activities at the resort, including a swim with dolphins and an underwater obstacle course.
“This is an opportunity for us to be part of the conversation about how we do this, and how to do it better,” said John Rieger, president of the California chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
“It’s an opportunity to bring the public and our industry together to figure out how to better engage our guests and provide more opportunities for them.”
Beyer said Disney has been working with state officials and the Department of Land and Natural Resources to help them determine how to best use the land and the resources for beach-related activities.
“They’re working with us to get the plan finalized and make it happen,” he said.
“That includes getting input from the public.
We’re also in discussions with state agencies about how to manage the water in this area and how it will be managed.”
Officials have been looking at a number of options to expand the resort’s beach programs, including establishing beach-specific swimming pools, which will cost up to $1 million and require approval from the state and the resort from the Department for Planning and Community Development.
Disney has been developing its own plan for beach activities since at least 2012, when the company opened its first beach in the San Gabriel Valley.
Disney officials said that the company is now considering creating more vacation rentals for guests to take advantage of its beach vacation offerings.