Royal Plaza at Disney World Reopens Following Renovation

Following a multimillion-dollar renovation, the Royal Plaza in Central Florida's Walt Disney World Resort has reopened. Closed since August 2004, when it sustained damage from Hurricane Charley, the independently operated hotel renovated all of its 394 guest rooms with new carpeting, drapes, beds, linens, bathroom countertops and amenities. In addition, all public areas (including restaurants, lounges and ballrooms) now feature wireless Internet access, as well as new artwork, carpeting, tile, wall coverings and furniture. The makeover also included new landscaping and exterior repainting.

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