Disney policy requires a staff member knock and identify themselves as an employee before entering.
Justin and Leslie Lamothe were in Central Florida on vacation from Arkansas and didn’t think the new policy was good for Disney’s customers.
“If you’re paying rent, you have the right to privacy,” Justin Lamothe said.
“Especially if you haven’t caused any problems, you haven’t given any probable cause,” Leslie Lamothe added. “There’s no reason just to come in for no reason at all.”
The new policy affects Disney hotels along the monorail line, including the Grand Floridian, Polynesian, Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower.