Published On: Wed, Jan 3rd, 2018

Disney World Hotels ‘Do Not Disturb Sign’ Update: ‘Chilling’ Reason Resort Officials Removed Signs

Entrance to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida August 19, 2015

Some think Disney World’s decision to remove “Do Not Disturb” (known in the industry as DND) signs from its hotels is not so magical and makes for confusion. One source claims the reason behind Walt Disney World’s change in its resort privacy policy is “chilling.”

When checking in at a handful of Disney World resorts, you’ll be informed of a change in the company’s “right-to-entry” policy. A cast member will detail a subtle modification that allows staff to enter your room daily for maintenance or as part of its housekeeping protocols.

A common practice, as with many hotels around the world, is that guests are able to hang the familiar “do not disturb” sign on their doors for added privacy. The ubiquitous sign is a friendly reminder not to enter a room without permission, particularly when a guest is away.

Click here to continue and read more…


The Inquisitr

About the Author

-

Disney World Hotels ‘Do Not Disturb Sign’ Update: ‘Chilling’ Reason Resort Officials Removed Signs