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Grand Hotel opening meets exceptional musical show Shanghai Disney Resort takes off with ‘The Lion King’ show in a Mandarin-language production in 

Shanghai, China

Profile Photo By: Carsten Hennig
June 16, 2016

Grand Hotel opening meets exceptional musical show Shanghai Disney Resort takes off with ‘The Lion King’ show in a Mandarin-language production in 

Shanghai, China

In China, upscale hotels need more than just a “Grand Opening“ for a successful kick-off. The more exciting the event is to promote a new luxury property, the better. Shanghai Disney resort took off with the world premiere of ‘The Lion King’ musical in a Mandarin-language production to celebrate the opening of their latest multi-million dollar investment: the Shanghai Disneyland Hotel with 420 rooms and the playfully designed, 800-room Toy Story Hotel.

Guests can experience the Disney landmark musical event THE LION KING for its global premiere in Mandarin at Disneytown at Shanghai Disneyland. THE LION KING is performed at the 1,200-seat Walt Disney Grand Theatre, outside of the gates of Shanghai Disneyland. This entertainment experience requires a separate ticket. (Photo: Walt Disney Parks and Resorts)
Guests can experience the Disney landmark musical event THE LION KING for its global premiere in Mandarin at Disneytown at Shanghai Disneyland. THE LION KING is performed at the 1,200-seat Walt Disney Grand Theatre, outside of the gates of Shanghai Disneyland. This entertainment experience requires a separate ticket. (Photo: Walt Disney Parks and Resorts)

The epic musical show took place in the Walt Disney Grand Theatre in Disneytown, offering 1,200 seats. The evening performed as a high-class red-carpet event with the grandezza of an authentic Broadway experience – exactly what Chinese people love.

The first-of-its-kind Shanghai Disney Resort creates differentiation by combining the very best of Disney with Chinese preferences to make it an overwhelming, tailor-made cultural fit. It features the newly designed Magic Kingdom-Style theme park and Shanghai Disneyland with six themed districts, filled with immersive attractions: Adventure Isle, Gardens of Imagination, Mickey Avenue, Tomorrowland, Treasure Cove and Fantasyland. These are located around the iconic Enchanted Storybook Castle, the biggest and most interactive castle a Disney park has ever seen.

Furthermore, the resort features world-class live entertainment, two luxury hotels, a shopping, dining and entertainment district – called Disneytown – and a 98-acre recreational area, called Wishing Star Park, offering a public lake.

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