PHOTO: Disney Shares Image Likely Showing the Interior of Epcot's New Club 33

Not too long ago, the Walt Disney World Resort officially confirmed that exclusive Club 33 locations will be coming to all four Florida parks, allowing a very limited amount of (wealthy) Guests to visit private lounges where they can enjoy fine meals and relax (Club 33 Members also enjoy a number of other perks, including extra theme park tickets, additional FastPasses, and more). While the original Club 33 has been open for decades in Anaheim, California, these would be the very first locations to exist at the Walt Disney World Resort.


While this is just speculation, the rendering shown above appears to show the new Club 33 that is expected to replace the former Annual Passholder Lounge that was located in the American Adventure pavilion at Epcot. Those who have had the chance to visit this area in the past will recognize the small staircase shown on the left side of the picture.

Walt Disney World has not officially confirmed the exact location of these new lounges at this time.

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  1. Why ? An area limited to only the vert wealthy seems incongruous with the philosophy of EPCOT. I'm not sure that Disney envisaged a future with a 2 tier system when EPCOT was conceived. We all know it's there and we all know it's there to stay. However I thought EPCOT would reject the sort of financial discrimination that you're more likely to accept at the other Parks.
    Just saying...................

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