Grosvenor Gets New Name, Facelift and Offers Fall Package

The Grosvenor Resort--near Downtown Disney and Pleasure Island nighttime entertainment complex--will change its name to Regal Sun Resort. The name change, which goes into effect September 1, corresponds with the completion of the resort's $25 million renovation project. The resort's "Fun Fall Getaway Package" is in celebration of the resort's recent events and the package includes accommodations, two tickets to Pleasure Island and complimentary scheduled transportation to all of the Disney theme parks and water parks.

The package rates start at $79 per room, per night and are available September 4 to December 31, 2007. The resort's revamp will include remodeled guest rooms and suites, meeting space, lobby, restaurants and lounges, pool area, guest room corridors, and pre-function space. The lobby is already complete. All rooms, suites and corridors in the resort's Tower are also complete as well as those in one of the resort's two wings. The remodeling of the meeting space will be complete by the end of this month. For more information on the renovation and the resort, visit [].

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