Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort, and Disney Parks worldwide are typically associated with organization and efficiency.
After all, systems like the Utilidor are in place to help keep Disney magical for Guests and hide ‘unsightly’ factors in a theme park, such as trash or repairs. However, Disney has been flagging a bit lately — or quite a bit, if Disney visitors’ complaints are anything to go by — when it comes to these factors in the customer experience.
We have seen several reports of blatantly damaged, malfunctioning, or broken Disney Park rides — and now, one Disney offering is being torn down in a gruesome fashion right in front of Disney visitors!
According to the Twitter account called “DLP Rescue Rangers”, the popular Planet Hollywood restaurant within Disneyland Paris Resort (which recently closed permanently, to the disappointment of its fans) is being taken apart piece by piece in full view of Disneyland Paris Guests.
“This is THE essential photo of the day,” DLP Rescue Rangers wrote in French. “Disney Village’s Planet Hollywood has been stripped of its cardboard signs and stars.” Take a look at the original untranslated Tweet and the images of the restaurant’s demise below!
C'est LA photo incontournable de la journée… ?
Le Planet Hollywood de Disney Village a été débarrassé de ses enseignes et de ses stars en carton. pic.twitter.com/ZfHEvc3hD2
— DLP Rescue Rangers (@DLPRescueRanger) January 12, 2023
Another French account called Disney Gazette also took note of the Planet Hollywood restaurant’s sad state.
“In view of its transformation, the #Disney Village is in turn behind the palisades. For its part, Planet Hollywood is now gradually dismantled with the removal of movie characters that were displayed and other signs,” the Disney Gazette account wrote in French.
[#disneylandparis] En vue de sa transformation, le #Disney Village est à son tour derrière les palissades. De son côté, le Planet Hollywood est désormais petit à petit démantelé avec le retrait des personnages de ciné qui étaient affichés et autres enseignes. pic.twitter.com/lCQTCrpAaM
— Disney Gazette (@DisneyGazetteFr) January 15, 2023