The new Guest Relations lobby at the Epcot International Gateway opened about a week ago, I finally had a chance to head over to photograph it yesterday. The lobby isn’t big, so it didn’t take long. The ticket windows outside opened about a month ago, and now the Guest Relations lobby. It is very welcome considering so many more guests enter through the International Gateway now that the Disney Skyliner is open. Here are a few photos!
When arriving to Epcot, the ticket windows are just after the security bag check. Directly next to them is Guest Relations, which is kind of hard to see right now but I expect more prominent signage eventually. The signs blend with the background.
The Guest Relations lobby is also underneath the clock above.
There is a sign here and then an A-frame sign.
There were only a few guests inside the lobby when I entered.
This is a look to the left. It is darker than other Guest Relations lobbies since the windows don’t let a lot of light in.
This is the pattern on the wall.
And there is another counter not shown above that I photographed from the exit.
The Disney Skyliner offers service from (and to) Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, Disney’s Pop Century, Disney’s Riviera Resort and Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort so the International Gateway now offers entrance to thousands more guests per day (as opposed to just the guests at Disney’s BoardWalk area resorts). It’s nice to see both the ticket windows and Guest Relations open here now!