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disney1sttimer
06-08-2008, 11:05 AM
Hiya Im reading my disney guide book and its suggesting that we fax through room requests? Thing is there are no contact details in the book, how do we find where to fax and what can we ask for?

Tink
06-08-2008, 11:07 AM
I'm not positive, but I think WDW has tried to put a stop to that? :unsure: They will do their very best to accomodate your requests that you made when you placed the reservation?

If you ask again at the check in desk they will really bend over backwards to accomodate your requests. :yes:

Dawn
06-08-2008, 11:11 AM
They've stopped accepting faxed room requests because resorts were getting inundated with them and some people were getting demanding - "I want this specific room number and will create merry heck if you don't give it me" :(

Best thing is note any requests on your reservation or ask nicely at check in.

piglet
06-08-2008, 01:29 PM
They've stopped accepting faxed room requests because resorts were getting inundated with them and some people were getting demanding - "I want this specific room number and will create merry heck if you don't give it me" :(

:nono::nono:

lisaw
06-08-2008, 06:17 PM
When I booked through Virgin last year for POR I requested Magnolia Bend, at check in we were given Alligator Bayou, I asked if it was at all possible for us to have a room in MB and after a quick phone call we were allocated a fab room. It always pays to ask but i made it clear that I was quite happy to have AB if they couldn't get us into MB. :)

Slowhand
06-08-2008, 07:18 PM
When I booked through Virgin last year for POR I requested Magnolia Bend, at check in we were given Alligator Bayou, I asked if it was at all possible for us to have a room in MB and after a quick phone call we were allocated a fab room. It always pays to ask but i made it clear that I was quite happy to have AB if they couldn't get us into MB. :)
That`s exactly the correct attitude to take. You can get away with a lot more in this life if you are polite and courteous instead of kicking up a fuss over issues like this.

sazzledazzle
06-08-2008, 07:24 PM
I would never ever demand stuff like that and don't forget if you kick up at check in like that you've most probably got to stay there for at least a few days you might get labelled 'the family who kicked up......':(