New Online Check-In Service to Debut at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida

A new pre-arrival online check-in service is now available at the Walt Disney World Resort in Florida. Designed to simplify arrivals, the new service is complimentary and available to clients staying at select Walt Disney World Resort hotels.

Clients, or agents interested in providing the service to their clients, can access the new online check-in service from their home or office computers within 10 days of their scheduled arrival.  With just a few clicks of a mouse, clients or agents can pre-register for rooms, note arrival times and request room preferences (although those cannot be guaranteed). They also can register the names of other guests staying in the room and place credit card guarantees for incidentals.

“This new service is the latest in our continuous effort to provide a seamless and hassle-free arrival and, more importantly, jump-start a client’s vacation,” said Ed Fouché, senior vice president travel industry sales, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.

Room keys and other registration materials will be waiting for clients using the service at a special welcome location when they arrive at the resort. Disney Cast Members also will be on hand to provide additional information and answer questions.

The new online check-in service is one of the several benefits exclusive to clients that stay at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels including Extra Magic Hours, free transportation within the resort, and Disney’s Magical Express which provides complimentary motor-coach transportation and luggage delivery to and from Orlando International Airport.

 To learn more about these services and access the registration site,  agents can visit

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