Authors: Disney Parks BlogThe flavors of the season - champagne, strawberries and chocolate mousse -- are just a few of decadent ingredients in the new spa offerings at Senses - a Disney Spa at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort. From Jan. 1-Feb. 28, these tasty treatments debut just in time for the new year at b...
Disney has a reputation for trying to get the most bang for its buck when it comes to theme park operations. Take holiday decorations, for example. Decorations for Halloween and the fall season begin to appear around Labor Day, a good 8 weeks before Halloween itself. As soon as November arrives the fall decor is replaced with Christmas decorations. With Christmas festivities extending into the first week of January, the holiday celebration lasts for 2 full months.
To some, being able to attend Mickey's No So Scary Halloween Party in mid September is a good thing. Others enjoy viewing the Osborne Lights weeks before Thanksgiving. But some of the lengthy holiday celebrations could also be labeled excessive.
Topic: Do the holiday seasons at Disney theme parks last too long?
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To help celebrate the holiday season, enjoy a few additional photos from Christmas 2013 at Walt Disney World.
Gingerbread display at Epcot's The Land pavilion, featuring Disney's Aulani resort