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Tag Archives: swan and dolphin
You may not realize this, but the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival is not the only must-attend event for foodies this fall. The culinary team at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel is already gearing up for … Continue reading
When we last left this story, former workers of the VR Services hospitality group were suing the properties, including the Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resorts, they had worked at to collect lost wages. Now we learn that many … Continue reading
In a great piece of history telling, Yesterland dives into the urban myth that the iconic sculptures for the Swan and Dolphin hotels were accidentally incorrectly placed by the construction helicopter during construction leading to a forced name change for … Continue reading
Two Orlando resorts are being sued by workers who were contracted through a third party to work at the hotel. That third party is not able to make payroll and now the workers are looking to the hotel for their … Continue reading