In recent weeks, Disney announced some changes to the resort experience seemingly aimed at improve security at its hotels and timeshare villas. Some critics have blasted such moves as little more than ineffective "security theater." However, if security concerns were not impacting guests, there would seem to be little reason for adding to the "theater."
Topic: Have you ever felt that security was inadequate at a DIsney theme park or resort?
But i get that there is indeed need for security in this day and age we live in, a very sad fact.
However, the idea of housekeeping coming in and doing a walk through once every day, and not knowing
when they plan to disturb me, that will make my stay less enjoyable.
In another thread I saw they made an effort to give a time slot if you complain, and maybe that will help.
I know normal hotel rooms have daily housekeeping, but it was just the predictability of a DVC stay i liked
to plan around.
Then again, so would probably persons with bad intentions...
I disagree with what they suggest, I do get the need for security, but i have always felt safe...
I am always amazed - aghast - when I see parents paying no attention to their kids or letting them separate without immediate supervision.