Walt Disney World housekeeping services return to pre-pandemic levels

After many requests by guests, Walt Disney World Resorts are bringing housekeeping services back to pre-pandemic levels. Disney confirms this change will be implemented by the end of February.

Disney housekeeping services return to Walt Disney World at full speed.

Full housekeeping room services will once again be available for all Walt Disney World Resort hotel rooms, with services provided daily or every other day depending on the resort. The housekeeping services include replacing towels and amenities, cleaning the bathrooms, making the beds, emptying trash and recycling, tidying the room, and vacuuming. Disney has not yet disclosed which hotels will be daily and which will be on select days.

Disney housekeeping services return, with a look at the newly-imagined Disney BoardWalk Inn rooms.

Disney also stated that newly-refurbished Disney BoardWalk Inn rooms will begin debuting over the next few weeks. There will also be new artwork of classic Disney characters exploring the Disney BoardWalk area. You can take a look at Disney BoardWalk character artwork in the photo above.

“I love making those special little touches — that’s what it’s about,” said Duckky, a housekeeping cast member at Disney’s BoardWalk Resort. “If I can make somebody smile every day just by walking past and saying ‘have a magical day,’ that warms my heart. Everything I do here warms my heart.”


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  1. Thank you Tharin for clarifying the frequency of the housekeeping services
    I’ve read numerous other Disney news sources that make no such clarification
    I appreciate Attractions Magazine for mentioning that some resorts will be daily while others will be on select days even though we do not know which resorts this will be as of yet ( I would imagine that the Value resorts will be every other day)
    I would appreciate seeing a follow up article when Disney does officially announce this news

    1. We are happy to share the full story. I agree that the select hotels without daily service will probably be Value Resorts. But, I could also see it being some DVC Resorts, simply because many guests treat them as home for a week and may not want daily service.