Enchanted Tiki Room Cardholder Lands at Walt Disney World
A new Enchanted Tiki Room cardholder has arrived at Walt Disney World, protecting your cards and bringing color to your day!
The cardholder was found at Boutiki inside of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, just to the left once you enter the lobby.
The holder features José seated on his perch as a fold-over tab that secures with a metal snap closure, ensuring that your cards stay put.
The holder is mainly a light brown matching the expected color palette, with the bottom half of the design being a cream color.
The bottom half features an array of birds that can be found at Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, including Pierre in his top hat.
The cardholder even features RFID blocking, meaning that your cards won’t get scanned by accident when in close proximity to a contactless payment device.
RFID blockers also add another element of safety.
The cardholder totals for $14.99 excluding tax and can be expected to roll out around Walt Disney World property soon.
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room
Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room has a lot of history surrounding the attraction and is one of two attractions with Walt’s name specifically tied to it.
The second being Walt Disney’s Carousel of Progress.
The first iteration of the Enchanted Tiki Room opened in 1963 at Disneyland and was originally going to be a restaurant, with the tiki birds being your dining entertainment.
The attraction then opened up at Walt Disney World on opening day in October 1971 and then in Tokyo Disneyland in 1983.
Are you a fan of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room? Is it on your must-do list?