Disney has released an update on new health, safety and cleaning procedures for Walt Disney World resort hotels ahead of their reopening in July.

David and I are checking in at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort on July 14th so I will be able to experience all of this to report back and be able to answer questions.

Of course, if you have questions before then, don’t hesitate to reach out.

For more information about the reopening of Walt Disney World, visit this page on my website: Reopening Walt Disney World – What You Need To Know

– At the Resorts 

Staying with confidence starts at check-in, with options to use Online Check-in service at select locations and meet your luggage at your room with redesigned bell services.

Throughout Disney Resort hotels, they are increasing cleaning in high-traffic areas such as elevators and escalators, handrails, benches, tables, handles, restrooms, and more. They have also expanded the number of hand sanitizer locations across the property.

At restaurants, lobbies, pools, fitness centers, and other public areas, they will be looking at adjusting services to enable preventive measures and physical distancing, including reducing capacity where appropriate and implementing enhanced cleaning measures.

Disney will be using technology to aid in these efforts, with limited-contact services in place at our shopping and dining locations, with Mobile Order, cashless options and Magic Bands.**

– In Your Room

Before arrival, every room will be given an enhanced cleaning. During your stay, a light cleaning service (including removal of trash and replenishment of towels and amenities) will be offered every other day.

Housekeeping cast members will receive training on increased cleaning measures throughout the resort hotel and for each guest room, including updated practices for cleaning tools and managing in-room amenities, linens, luggage, and more.

Of course, we all have an important role to play in promoting health and safety. Disney is asking guests to help, by washing your hands frequently with soap and water; following physical distancing and other guidelines when you visit; and rescheduling your visit if you or a member of your party feel ill or are subject to quarantine or other travel restrictions.

You will also receive more information about the health and safety measures at Disney Resort hotels ahead of your visit – and Disney will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments as appropriate.

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