Disney announces Hawaiian hotel resort
Written by Robert Niles
It looks like the first Disney "mini-resort" is a go... and it's coming to Oahu.Tweet
Disney's announced that it will build a new resort-style hotel on 21 oceanfront acres on the Hawaiian island, for a 2011 opening. The resort will include 800 units, and undisclosed attractions, and cost north of $140 million.
No word on specific theme, though Disney's gone to the generic Hawaiian well on many occassions, most recently with "Lilo and Stitch."
Hey, there's an idea for a new attraction for this project. Let's move Stitch's Great Escape from WDW to the new Hawaiian resort!
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