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    In 2020 Disney removed the announcement about Reflections from their 2019 list of D23 Expo announcements with no further explanations. In 2021 Walt Disney Imagineering issued a permit to remove construction offices from Reflections:

    The permit is to “remove office trailers from property” at multiple addresses connected to construction. If construction offices are being removed, that is strong evidence for the resort project being delayed indefinitely or canceled entirely, since construction would be nowhere near completion.

    Seems like the resort was cancelled to make way for new multi-level Disney Vacation Club wing (info is not officially supported).

    Disney Vacation Club has announced plans to develop new villas at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, scheduled to open in late 2024. This announcement comes after the news that Spirit of Aloha was permanently closed, likely to make room for the new wing. The design, as seen in the concept art below, is reminiscent of the canceled Reflections – A Disney Lakeside Lodge project.

    That's how Reflections were supposed to look like:

    That is a new DVC wing concept:

    Reflections: Disney Lakeside Lodge was apparently canceled -- but its design theme lives on at the Polynesian.
  2. Thread: Star Wars Resort

    Post by: Leona
    A video tour throughout the Starcruiser with Ashley Eckstein:

  3. Thread: Imagine Resorts Hollister

    Post by: Leona
    Found some news on the project:

    Delays push Hollister resort into 2024
    The Hollister water park resort project announced in summer 2020 by an Orlando, Florida-based development and hospitality group is still a go but will miss its originally projected 2023 opening, according to city officials.
  4. Thread: Silk Road Samarkand

    Post by: Leona
    Silk Road Samarkand, unique tourist oasis not just of Uzbekistan but the entire Central Asia, will open for visitors this autumn, as the official sources say.

    This multifunctional tourist complex built on abandoned corn fields with ex-USSR national team rowing canal as its center is now getting its shape. The construction of 8 world-class hotels on the banks of the Rowing canal has already been fully completed, and the finishing works and commissioning of engineering communications are now underway. The canal itself is being currently cleared.

    The Eternal City and Congress Center are fully erected.

    The complex is now actively hiring staff.

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