Walt Disney World has begun removing individual toiletries from some of its hotel guest rooms.
Website WDW News Today is reporting that Disney is eliminating the individual bottles of boday wash, shampoo and conditioner from hotel rooms. In its place, resorts are installing larger bottles mounted to the wall with pump dispensers.
This solution would seem to be more economical as it replaces the small, single-guest size bottles--which often end up packed in luggage for the return home--with a larger size bottle able to serve multiple parties before replacement is necessary. The larger bottles may be viewed as a benefit to some guests who tend to run out of bath products during their stay. Officially, Disney Vacation Club's policy is to only replace toiletries on Trash & Towel and full cleaning days.
The larger bottles are still H2O brand bath products.
Disney's Port Orleans Riverside Resort is confirmed to be impacted by this change via photos presented in the WDW News Today report. It is not known if the change will expand to Deluxe and Disney Vacation Club resorts.
It's just soap, shampoo and conditioner. We always bring our own anyway. The travel sized items stocked in the rooms usually come home to be donated to the Christmas kits the local scouts make for the homeless.
We always take showers, but I was wondering how this would work for guests that take baths only. The dispensers are usually waist high on the wall. IMO it would be fall about to happen for bathers. Although for a parent bathing a child it might work out well.