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Old 07-23-2014, 06:38 PM   #46
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I don't stay CL, however, I do work in an access secured building and I suppose that has made me habitually cautious about inadvertently giving some one access where they don't belong - in my work situation it is a safety issue. My approach when someone who doesn't belong on the secured floors in the building hops on the elevator w/ me is to not swipe my access card until they are off the elevator on a non secure floor, it works great because the secured floors are at the top of the building.
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Yes I've heard of this before and it's a good method to use.
Honestly, guests really don't need to worry about this. Club staff do a great job of keeping track of who is authorized to be on the club floor.
It is very likely the guest that is in the elevator with you that is "following" you out of the elevator onto the club floor actually belongs there.
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Old 07-23-2014, 09:29 PM   #47
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I thought those staying at RPC (main building) could use SugarLoaf but not the other way around.

Right - We were in SL but visited my parents in the RPC. My dad would let us up and we would hang out in the RPC. Food/drink wasn't an issue since we had CL access and basically the same in SL. Bottom line - visitors were OK in our experience.
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Old 07-23-2014, 10:30 PM   #48
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You would literally have to ride up and down the elevator until someone got on with a MB to scan. I wouldn't think that is common during breakfast hours as most people are on the floor and walk to the lounge. The CL people greeted all of us most every morning, sometimes by name. I think they are pretty familiar with the guests that are staying there. I would not want to risk getting escorted out of Disney for some muffins!
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Old 07-24-2014, 07:06 AM   #49
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In the future with the RFID in the MB and the cards. The CL level will have the long range readers for the CL level. Just like GPS. they will be able to see every guest on the computer screen with name room level and club access, and where they are standing in the lounge. They are already using this in crowd control at the parks. Good luck trying to sneak in over the next year.
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:30 AM   #50
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If crashing concierge lounges were a problem, we'd have heard about them on the DIS by now, like we did for pool hopping.
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