Question by  Baimer (19)

What is involved in switching resorts during a Disney vacation?

I am worried that I will not be happy with my Disney resort selection and want to make sure I can switch if I want to.


Answer by  mightyspidey (1080)

You will want to speak directly with the resort that you are currently booked with, and ask them the details of their cancelation policy. The most common cancelation policy among resorts is 48 hours prior to arrival otherwise you pay room and tax for 2 nights.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Before you head out to Disney, address your concerns. There is no point is going to a resort that you are already anxious about. Make a list of your concerns and phone the resort. Switch to a resort that will make you happy before you go. Otherwise, contact the resort to explore your options.


Answer by  Dean (4035)

Resolve this prior to your trip. Find out what the policies are with regard to the resort where you are staying. Policies vary.


Answer by  Amie1084 (181)

Depending on the time of year, guests may not be able to switch their Disney resort due to the resorts being sold-out. As Disney offers more and more promotions, the resorts are filling up and at a quicker pace. Try using an authorized Disney planner to help book your vacation.


Answer by  knnyrobb (85)

To switch resorts while at Disney you first need to speak to your consierge deck in your current hotel. They will then search available rooms in the hotel of your choice. If a decision is made to switch rooms then bell services will move your bags to your new room.


Answer by  FlyAway12 (25)

Your ability to switch will most likely depend on availability in other resorts. I also believe that if you do not cancel within a certain amount of days before your trip, you will be obligated to pay. I would check with your resort to see what their cancellation and satisfaction policies are.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

I used to work at Disney and they have something called service recovery, they want to make the customer happy at all costs. If rooms are available they will switch you but charge you if there is a difference in price.


Answer by  salsafoodie (3146)

You can switch if you are unhappy with your resort. I would just mentioned to the front desk about your problem, and if they are willing they will be more then happy to mentioned another resort for you. Or you can just reserve the resort for one night.


Answer by  wigglewasp (781)

Just go the next resort and book a room. You may not get a room with exactly what you want but they do have rooms available.

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