Re: All Star Movies
- From: Lilith <lilithpap@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 29 May 2012 23:53:04 -0500
On Tue, 29 May 2012 13:52:58 +0000 (UTC), Rudeney
Lilith <lilithpap@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Fri, 25 May 2012 13:46:33 +0000 (UTC), Rudeney
Meerkat1 <student@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Just checked in. Guess what? Free wifi in room.
Yep, according to AllEars.net, complimentary wifi is available in all WDW
resorts as of March 16th, 2012.
There is also a fridge in here. Perhaps its a leftover from the previous
guest? I didn't ask for it.
According to AllEars.net, they charge $10/night for a fridge at the values
resorts, but they are included at the moderate and deluxe resorts. So
either it was just left in the room, or maybe they are changing the policy
and it just hasn't made it to the public yet. Either way, that's
definitely a nice perk!
Like a dorm room I got in college, it looked like the previous tenant
had rented one and never returned it. Whoever the rental company was
never turned up to reclaim it.
That's odd. The dorm I was in had to be completely cleaned out before
leaving. Rental fridges had to be picked up and everything. Now, one of
the colleges we toured with Katie has a company that delivers a
microwave-fridge combo for rent. They told us that the only microwaves
allowed in dorm rooms are those from that company. And if you bring your
own fridge, you have to buy a permit for it, supposedly to cover the extra
electrical costs, and that costs more than half of what it costs to rent
the micro-fridge! Sounds like somebody's brother-in-law owns the rental
That year I was in an off-campus dorm. The restrictions may have been
greater on-campus. Housekeeping knew about the fridge but apparently
never said anything to management about it.
I do wonder if the reason that coffee makers are frowned upon in many
hotels is because the constitute a higher fire risk than other
That and the extra cost in cleaning them and replacing broken units. I
think years ago, hotels saw the in-room coffee makers as a way to make
money, by selling coffee supplies, but many people got smart and started
bringing their own coffee. I've stayed in hotels that had Keurig makers in
the rooms, and the coffee was for sale in the minibar. I think in that
case, they can probably make money since few people would probably Just
happen to brink the right kind of cups for that maker.
Ummmm. I never thought about the fact that housekeeping has to deal
with cleaning the mess.
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