It looks like the "happiest place on earth" is making a comeback. As Florida continues to implement its Phase 1 reopening plan, Disney fans everywhere have been holding their breath for information that could make or break their summer vacation. You can start taking out those Mickey Mouse ears because Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando is taking reservations.\nThe Walt Disney World website is currently allowing guests to make hotel reservations for July, despite the parks still being closed.\nThe news of summer reservations follows the announcement of Shanghai Disneyland’s opening on May 11, as well as Disney Springs reopening on May 20.\nDisney World, like the rest of Florida, is taking the reopening process slowly and is enforcing several new restrictions and precautions to keep their guests safe. Additional safety training for cast members, along with mandatory use of masks and increased cleaning procedures, are being implemented.\nView this post on Instagram We are very excited to celebrate the phased reopening of Shanghai Disneyland on May 11th. To honor the occasion, we are taking you back to the Park’s original 2016 grand opening ceremony. Visit the link in our bio to enjoy the pageantry and enchantment of that special night. #DisneyMagicMoments ✨ A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on May 8, 2020 at 4:02pm PDT\nGuests will even be required to have apps on their mobile device with a Quick Response code proving they are not currently sick and will have to show the code to access the park, according to Fox13News.\nView this post on Instagram We are uniting around the globe in a message of thanks and appreciation to celebrate the health heroes who are helping so many. 💙 Cinderella Castle shines blue, as a beacon of hope and gratitude. #ThanksHealthHeroes #DisneyMagicMoments ✨ A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on Apr 7, 2020 at 6:29am PDT\nFor it's reopening, Shanghai Disneyland has instituted new procedures, including opening with limited attendance and required advanced ticketing and reservations, accommodating social distancing in queues, restaurants, ride vehicles and other facilities throughout the park, and implementing increased frequency of sanitization and disinfection.\nShanghai will be a metric for how and when parks will reopen in the states.\nView this post on Instagram “There’s a great big beautiful tomorrow and tomorrow is just a dream away.” From our sunrise to yours, good morning and have a magical Monday! ✨#DisneyMagicMoments A post shared by Walt Disney World (@waltdisneyworld) on Mar 30, 2020 at 4:06am PDT\nThough it's not clear when the amusement parks will resume in Florida and California, tickets are still available for future dates.