New room, dining and transportation info for Disney’s Riviera Resort

We have a bunch of new information on Disney’s Riviera Resort. Disney has released new details regarding the resort’s rooms, restaurants and transportation. The goal of the resort is to surround guests “in the grandeur and enchantment of the European Riviera.”

Let’s get started!

Pool Area

As you can see in the concept art at the top of the page, the pool area actually has a decent amount of theming. Check out the water slide that winds around what appears to be a fairly large tower. Looks fun!

Rooms

Disney’s Riviera Resort will include deluxe studios, villas (one bedroom and two bedroom) and grand villas.

Click here to view room rates. Reservations are currently available for stays beginning in December 2019.

Deluxe Studio Room

Deluxe Studio Room

Tower Studio Room

This is an interesting room design as the room appears to feature a large bed that folds out of the wall.

Tower Studio

One & Two Bedroom Villas

The overall look and feel of the one and two bedroom villas are very similar.

Two Bedroom Villa
Two Bedroom Villa

Dining

Topolino’s Terrace

Located on the roof, the new signature table-service restaurant will be called Topolino’s Terrace – Flavors of the Riviera. That’s a cute name as Topolino is the Italian name for Mickey Mouse. The restaurant will offer authentic dishes infused with French and Italian flavors. Guests will have nighttime views of fireworks shows at Epcot and Hollywood Studios.

Topolino’s Terrace will also host character breakfasts.

Disney’s Riviera Resort will also have a quick-service location, called Primo Piatto, which will be located near the main pool area. Finally, Le Petit Café will be located in the lobby and will offer coffee during the day and wine at night.

Transportation

Disney’s Riviera Resort will be one of the resorts that’s connected to the Disney Skyliner.

Here’s a look at the resort’s station:

The Disney Skyliner will connect guests to four total resorts (including Riviera Resort) as well as Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

What do you think of the overall look of the resort? We think it has exceeded expectations in a few areas, particularly with some of the theming around the pool area and the rather unique look of the Tower Studio rooms.

David
David
David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for all things Disney, including Walt Disney World, Disneyland and Disney Cruise Line. Join us for news, reviews and more!

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