Resort privacy policy?

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  1. Santa

    Santa DIS Veteran

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    I just recently found out a co-worker of mine and her husband are going to be staying at the same resort as we are during our upcoming trip.

    Will the WDW resort privacy policy restrict them from being able to tell me what room they are in?
     
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  3. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala 1937, what a year that was

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    They won't tell you their room number, but if you have their name they will call the room for you.

    Why are you taking a trip with her husband?
     
  4. NCDisneyMom

    NCDisneyMom DIS Cast Member

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    I'm pretty sure they will not tell you. They wouldn't even tell my husband what room I was in. lol He was in the last day of his conference at CS, where we had all been staying, but that day we transferred over to ASMo. My son and I were in the room, and he went to the front desk to find out where we were. Even with ID, since we had already checked-in, they wouldn't tell him. They did, however, connect him to our room via a house phone, and I told him where we were. lol

    Diana:earsgirl:
     
  5. mmausse

    mmausse "Amid a burst of lightning, I'll show up in a flas

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    TDC Nala was correct. They will not tell you. My niece was arriving separately from me last February and she was met in the lobby by a CM who asked her if she knew what room I was in. She didn't remember, so the CM called my room to verify that I was expecting her. I was asked to come to the lobby and bring her to my room. When I inquired why I had to physically come and escort her rather than have them bring her to me, they said it was for my security and privacy. I don't blame them at all, and I applaud their attention to detail!
     

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