Walt Disney World closed the hotels in March and are reopening some of them starting today. They will begin to reopen select Disney Vacation Club resorts and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. They are reopening with new guidelines, which are listed below.
- All guests ages 2 and older will be required to wear face masks in all public areas throughout the Disney hotels, with the exception of when guests are swimming or dining.
- Guests are encouraged to use the online check-in system to help with social distancing. You can also choose to meet your luggage at your room with Disney’s redesigned bell services.
- Inside the rooms, cleaning standards have been expanded. Housekeepers will do a light cleaning of the rooms every other day and will sanitize highly touched areas such as electronic devices, bathroom fixtures, and the beverage area. Extra linens will be available to guests and rooms will come with double-cased pillows. Glassware will come individually wrapped.
- Disney highly encourages guests to use cashless or contactless forms of payment, including MagicBands, which Disney Resort hotel guests can use to charge purchases to their Disney Resort hotel folio.