Work has begun on the transformation of the Hook’s Pointe Restaurant at the Disneyland Hotel. The restaurant is being transformed into a new eatery with Tahitian architecture reminiscent of the original Tahitian terrace restaurant previously located inside Disneyland. I ran a six part series here on my blog a few months ago detailing the project and what we might expect the final product to look like inside and out.
Today we have a few pictures detailing the start of the project. Images are from the excellent Disney website MiceAge and their Disneyland Resort Project Tracker.
Construction fencing is in place and scaffolding begins to rise around the old Hook’s Pointe restaurant.
A corner of the dining room portion of the building.
Croc’s Bites on the left and The Lost Bar in the background.
Croc’s and The Lost Bar. The Master Plan shows that these two buildings will be demolished to make way for the new themed pool.