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Disney World Launches Online Resort Check-In






















Just this week Disney World has launched a new service for guests at one of their on property resorts: Online Check-In.

Here are some of the details:

Within 10 days of their scheduled arrival Resort Guests can go on-line at http://www.disneyworld.com/ or the DVC member site (if you are a DVC member staying at a Disney World DVC resort). While on-line they can complete the normal information that takes place during the check-in process. They can verify the names of all the people in their party, they can make their room requests and preferences (although not guaranteed), and enter in their credit card.


Once you have arrived you can skip the main line and head to a new special area where your Resort Portfolio and Room Keys will be waiting for you. Cast members will also be available to answer your questions and provide additional information.


This should really streamline the check-in process and allow you to start your vacation a little quicker.

According to Kevin Myers, vice president of Resort Operations for Walt Disney World Resort: “Our new Online Check-In Service offers added convenience and time savings for Walt Disney World Resort hotel guests. It’s the latest benefit created as part of our continuous effort to provide a seamless and hassle-free arrival experience for our guests as they begin their Disney vacation.”
Recent comments from those that have tried the service for their upcoming vacations have been positive and they said the process was relatively straight forward and simple. I have not heard any comments yet from people about how things were after they arrived at their resort.


Although I am sure that this is a cost saving measure for Disney World, I think this can be a benefit for the resort guest as well in terms of speeding us through the check-in process.

1 comments to "Disney World Launches Online Resort Check-In"

  1. This is a great idea by Disney company. First, it will save a lot of time for their guests and second, once the guests arrive at the hotel they could save their energy in being frustrated with the long lines. Good thing they came up with this.

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