(Orlando Sentinel) Some Walt Disney World guests won’t see “Do Not Disturb” signs anymore, as “Room Occupied” signs have replaced them at four of the resort’s lodging properties — allowing maintenance or housekeeping workers to enter rooms daily.
The change took effect last week at the Disney hotels accessible by the monorail — the Polynesian Village Resort, Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Contemporary Resort and its connected Bay Lake Tower.
A hotel staffer must knock and identify himself or herself before entering if the “Room Occupied” sign is out. Arriving guests are being notified about the new right-to-entry guidelines, the company also said.
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