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messaggio 21/10/2010, 15:43
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Per festeggiare la mia recente nomina a moderatore di questa sezione di questo bellissimo forum (e popolato da utenti splendidi e gentili) ho pensato di aprire un argomento per parlare un pò dei Parchi e delle vacanze a tema Disney nel mondo.

Incominciamo dai Parchi, ricordando che con la dicitura Resort si indica una struttura polivalente in cui l'utente può beneficiare di vari servizi ed attrazioni.

Disneyland (Resort): il primo Disneyland, edificato nel 1955 per volere di Walt, ad Anaheim, che si trova a circa 40 km a sud di Los Angeles (California). Quindi per indicare questo parco basterebbe usare la sola dicitura Disneyland (come d'altronde avviene sul sito) ma per non confondersi con altri resort a volte si preferisce specificare Disneyland Anaheim, o Disneyland Los Angeles (perchè Anaheim appartiene ancora all'area urbana di Los Angeles).
La dicitura Resort è stata aggiunta nel 2001, nell'occasione dell'apertura del secondo parco che si chiama California Adventure.
Quindi in questa area abbiamo due parchi che si possono indicare congiuntamente con la dicitura Disneyland Resort, a cui si aggiungono tre alberghi (Disneyland Hotel, Grand Californian Hotel, Paradise Pier Hotel) e l'area Downtown, che è un'area costituita prevalentemente da negozi e ristoranti.

Walt Disney World (Resort): situato ad Orlando (Florida) è il più grande complesso di parchi divertimento del mondo. I parchi a tema sono sei: Magic Kingdom (costruito sulla base di Disneyland Los Angeles), Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon (ad essere precisi quelli acquatici non sono a tema in quanto sono dei parchi acquatici tematizzati si, ma con un solo tema, e quindi in Disney Parks & Resorts non vengono considerati "Theme Parks"). Anche qui è presente un'area Downtown, e gli alberghi Disney sono ben 24. :scream2:

Tokyo Disney (Resort): situato in Giappone comprende due Parchi, Disneyland Tokyo (o Tokyo Disneyland), Tokyo DisneySea e tre Hotel Disney: Disneyland Hotel, Ambasador Hotel e MiraCosta Hotel.

Disneyland (Resort) Paris: situato a Marne-la-Vallée (Val d'Europe), a circa 30 km da Parigi è composto dal parco Disneyland, dal parco Walt Disney Studios, Disney Village (area con negozi e ristoranti) e sette Hotel Disney: Santa Fe, Cheyenne, Sequoia Lodge, NewPort Bay Club, New York, Disneyland e il Davy Crockett Ranch. È presente anche un campo da golf.
Breve storia del nome del parco: al momento dell'apertura, nel 1992, il complesso intero prese il nome di "Euro Disney Resort" e il parco di "Euro Disneyland". Due anni dopo il nome di tutto il complesso venne mutato in "Euro Disneyland Paris", e alla fine del 1994 prese la denominazione di "Disneyland Paris". Nel 2001 (per l'apertura del secondo parco) divenne "Disneyland Resort Paris". Da Aprile del 2009 la scritta Resort è nuovamente sparita, quindi l'intero complesso si indica con "Disneyland Paris". Sì, ha cambiato nome abbastanza spesso. eheheh.gif
La cosa curiosa è che molte persone continuano a chiamarlo Euro Disney. dry.gif

Hong Kong Disneyland (o Disneyland Hong Kong): l'ultimo nato, nel 2005. È composto dal solo parco Disneyland e da due alberghi, il Disneyland Hotel e Hollywood Hotel.

Quindi attualmente nel mondo abbiamo cinque resort, con un totale di 13 parchi a tema.

Shanghai Disneyland (Resort) : apertura prevista il 16 giugno 2016.

Disney Cruise Line: la Disney possiede quattro navi da crociera tematizzate dal nome Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy. Sono previsti itinerari nei Caraibi, nelle Bahamas ed in Europa. Ci sono anche tour che includono la visita dell'isola Castaway Cay nelle Bahamas, che è di proprietà della Disney.

Aulani Disney Resort & Spa: un resort alle Hawaii.

Disney Adventures: gite organizzate in varie parti del mondo.

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messaggio 22/4/2011, 11:22
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Blue Sky Disney ha pubblicato un ottimo riassunto della situazione attuale di tutti i parchi e di cosa aspettarci per il prossimo decennio. Nulla di nuovo, ma ci sta bene come promemoria.

A couple weeks ago the Mouse will let out the first, minimalist details about the coming Magic Kingdom-styled theme park that it plans to open in Shanghai in 2015/16...

But what I want to know is what will come after it?
I mean, we know that Shanghai Disneyland is going to be modeled after a Magic Kingdom styled park. Of course there will be variation, with no Main Street involved, but it's still going to follow the basic principles of the hub/4-5 lands concept that Walt Disney pioneered back in the Fifties. But what will the park after that one be? We know that Shanghai will be Iger's first chance to put the stamp of his taste on a Disney park. But it's going to be something that already has guidelines to adhere to. So it won't tell us how far, or how daring the Walt Disney Company via Iger wil go. The park after SDL will be a much bigger and far more interesting test.

First off, examine the parks that the Mouse already has:

* In California it has two (2) with the original Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

* In Florida it has four (4) with the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Disney's Animal Kingdom, not to mention a host of other properties including a couple of water parks.

* In Japan it has two (2), although they're not technically owned by them, but franchises that royalties are derived from.

* In France it hast two (2) with Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney Studios Paris.

* In China it has one (1) for now (Hong Kong Disneyland), and one (1) that is supposed to be done after the middle of the decade (Shanghai Disneyland).

Twelve parks, 12 gates. So, what's next?

California -

Well, let's narrow down the possibilities for each of these first. Starting with the original, what are the chances we'll have a third gate for Anaheim in the next few years? Sadly, not likely at all. There are blue sky projects all over WDI, but nothing so big is being planned for a third theme park right now. The majority of the resources are going toward making the Second work and then the focus will likely shift to the Disneyland park in 2011/12 for some tlc for a few years. This along with a small possible/probable second expansion will likely fill out most of this decade for the Disneyland Resort.

If a third gate comes, it'll be later in the decade, no sooner than 2017/18 at the earliest. And likely, that would probably be the announcement of, not the building of any third park. For now, we have to be content with improving the parks and resort. This isn't bad news as with each addition the parks/hotels/shops become closer to being a true resort as was promised almost a decade ago. It will arrive late, but starting in 2012 we'll get what was deserved all the way back into 2001. A third gate will be a blessed surprise and a welcome addition, but not an expected one.

Florida -

Then perhaps a fifth gate for Florida? Again, not much planning going ahead for a massive new gate like the other four. As of now you shouldn't expect a park along the size and scope of the last three gates. Right now, that "Boutique" park planned for night time guests is still in the works, but with the economy the way it is the announcement of that is in doubt. So, until the international outlook becomes better, I don't think number five will be alive. Which, really is fine with me.

WDW has four parks right now that need attention directed by WDI (as the current Fantasyland expansion shows) and hopefully the park managers and Suits will be able to work on improving the experience for guest. I don't expect to see any announcement during this decade. If the economy booms and attendance surges, anything is possible, but the build out of the parks is pretty full. About the best we can hope is a furthered improvement of the current parks and the current experience.

Europe -

Now, then you have Paris with its two gates. There perhaps? No. Let me restate that: NO. Not a snowballs chance in Hades. If there is any resort that has absolutely no chance of getting another gate, it's Paris. I know that EuroDisney recently came out with plans that included announcements of a possible park, but these are projections over decades, not years. With the financial situation in Europe the way it is, any dream of announcing a third park will be just that: a dream. But with the 20th anniversary coming up you can look forward to some updates/rethemes and additional E-Tickets at both parks.

I'd suggest going over to Alain's excellent Disney and More blog if you wish to have some more knowledge as to what could be coming down the line for the parks. It's great to see that they're still expanding the two parks, even if there is no plan/news for a third gate. Now, if they'd just build a better front entrance to Walt Disney Studios Paris, like what is happening to California Adventure. Well, I guess you can't have everything.

Asia -

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Surely Tokyo would have something coming up? After that earthquake/tsunami it's going to take some time for the Oriental Land Company to get back up to speed and that could take a few years. Any talks of a third gate are really off the table. But it doesn't mean there haven't been projects that the Walt Disney Company and their Japanese partners haven't tried. Remember how they were going to have that Urban Entertainment Center, a couple of years ago? This was a product of those wonderful Jay Rasulo daze, uhm, I mean days, that are now behind us. But the Japanese owners of the Disney's only franchise couldn't make the numbers work for the OLC and it was scrapped. Even if it were to have been built, it wouldn't have been on the Tokyo Disney Resort or even in Tokyo for that matter. Several other cities were being looked at for this expansion of Disney's only franchise partner.

As for the resort, any expansion would more than likely require more landfill and that is a very pricey expenditure, even for the Oriental Land Company. So unless plans for parking structures go through so as to free up some of those parking lots, any plan for a third gate in the land of the rising sun won't rise. Then again, with the liquefaction of the parking lot from the natural disaster, perhaps this could be feasible? There is a model in the Imagineers secretive model room of a project for the TDR, but it waits, unwanted. That doesn't mean that all construction is dormant of course. You could see a great deal of expansion of the current parks. Tokyo DisneySEA in particular has continually added attractions over the past few years that will culminate this year in the tenth anniversary of that amazing park. Events and planning for the fifteenth anniversary are already starting to be talked about and you can imagine a few surprises to be announcEd as that date comes closer.

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So, that leaves only Hong Kong. What could be happening there? Well, we know what's going on there up until 2013 with the current Extreme Expansion. Notice that date? It's a year sooner than originally announced and that is by design. They want to get as far out in front of Shanghai as possible. In fact, if the plans go well for the Extreme Expansion and attendance goes up to expectations then plans are for another, slightly smaller expansion to be completed by the opening of China's second Disneyland. Now, as for the Hong Kong Disney Resort; is a second park in the cards for the future?

No. Not anytime soon. There is still a couple of years before the actual expiration date on the original deal. The most likely thing to happen is that the Walt Disney Company will get a waver or extension for at least into the next decade. By the beginning of the next decade we can probably expect Hong Kong to get another park, but like DCA, HKDL is in need of tender love and care.

As for Shanhai Disney Resort, there are plans to build out to at least two, but possibly three theme parks when completed. But that plan is over a decades expected roll out. And we won't see a second park for this park until well into the next decade.

So will all this in mind it brings into perspective what this decade is. From 2011-2020 is a recovery decade, a hangover decade. A span of time that will mostly be used to buttress or fix up existing parks and resorts. This decade will be a chance for the Mouse to refresh and strengthen the places and experiences to be found in a Disney kingdom.

The next decade will be the one where the unexpected will come...

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