towels and lnens

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  1. VINN127

    VINN127 Mouseketeer

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    We are renting for the first time and were wondering how you go about getting clean towels and linens.
    Can anyone help? Can you get towels whenever you want or are they limited?
    Any other tips would be greatly appreciated. Thank you all!!!
    vinn127@aol.com
     
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  3. WebmasterDoc

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    You will get clean towels on day 4 of your stay. Linens will not be changed unless you are staying 8 days or more- you'll get a full housekeeping on day 4 and the towel service on day 8.

    If you are staying in a 1BR or larger, you'll have a washer/dryer- so cleaning towels and linens may be done in the room. If you're staying in a studio, complimentary washer/dryers are available- you'll have to supply soap.

    Extra towel sets are available from housekeeping for $6 or you can have full housekeeping service for $25 in a studio per day requested.
     
  4. PamOKW

    PamOKW <font color=green>The two most important items for

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    The room is supplied with towels and the beds are made. The policy is that if you need additional towels, they may charge you $6 for another set for the unit. (If you just need "a towel", you may find a friendly housekeeper who will give it to you.) On the fourth day of your stay, you will receive fresh towels.

    If you will be there eight nights, you will get a full cleaning on the fourth day that will include changing the beds. If your stay is for less than that, you will not have a change of linens but will get fresh towels on day 4. This cycle repeats every 4 days.

    A one-bedroom or larger has a washer/dryer in the room which makes it easy to freshen towels between changes. Folks in a studio have access to free washer/dryers.
     
  5. Caskbill

    Caskbill <font color="blue">DVC-Operations<br>DVC-Planning< Moderator

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    When you state you are 'renting' we assume you mean you have rented points from a DVC member and are staying on those points. In that case the answers by the above posters apply.

    However, if you mean you are paying cash to Disney for the room, just like any other room reservation, then daily housekeeping service will be provided.
     
  6. Deb & Bill

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    By the way, you'll get one bath towel per occupancy. That is, in the studio you get 4, the one bedroom you get 4, the two bedroom you get 8, and the Grand Villa you get 12. Treat your towels like you do at home. Hang them up after you use them and reuse them the next day. Unless you are not in a studio, then you can just wash them each day if you like and hang clean, fresh towels up in your bathroom.
     

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