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Walt Disney World Visitors Can Skip The Front Desk During Direct To Room Check-in Test (world View) By Adrienne Vincent-phoenix

The new offering is part of MyMagic+, Disney's billion-dollar technology initiative. advertisement The test is taking place through June 28, and guests who are selected to participate are contacted by e-mail with instructions on how to take advantage of the opportunity if they want. Participating hotels include these Value, Moderate, and Deluxe hotels, as well as Disney Vacation Club properties: Animal Kingdom Lodge and Villas Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower Villas Pop Century Resort Port Orleans Resort French Quarter and Riverside To participate in the Direct to Room check in, visitors must first complete a number of steps to set up their online Disney profile, disney packages including creating a My Disney Experience account, linking their hotel reservation and ordering MagicBands. Prior to arrival, participants must use Disney's online resort check-in system and pay for any outstanding balance due on their reservation. In addition, participants have up to one hour before their anticipated arrival time to leave a credit card on file in the check-in process to cover any room charges. Once participants complete this check-in process, they just wait for an e-mail and/or text message (depending on the notification preferences set up during check-in) that notifies them that their room is ready, and provides the room number. The MagicBand device acts as the room key, so there is no need to go to the hotel lobby before heading to the room. If participants opt to receive an e-mail notification, the message includes a copy of the resort map marked with room number maps. Those who opt only for text message notifications receive a message that says simply, "Your room number XXXX is ready," and invites them to go directly to their room.
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