Not EVERYTHING will go according to plan during your Disney World trip, and that’s okay.
Sometimes you’ll have to deal with long lines, rides that go down, rides with malfunctioning animatronics, closed shows, bad weather, and more. However, there might be ONE issue you hadn’t factored into the equation that could happen during your trip: a water outage.
These scheduled water outages are usually part of necessary maintenance at Disney World hotels, and the good news is that they are usually done during a time when guests are likely to be asleep. However, if you’re a night owl or want a sip of water in the middle of the night, such a water outage could derail your plans.
Such a scheduled water outage is scheduled SOON at Disney’s BoardWalk Resort. On Friday, May 26th, 2023, there will be a water outage from 1AM to 5AM for rooms 4201 through 4285 and 5261 through 5285. Signs are posted in the hotel notifying guests of the outage.
If this concerns you or if you have any questions, you can ask a Cast Member for more details. If this could cause you problems during your trip, you could also ask to move to a room that won’t be impacted by the outage, though nothing is guaranteed, and availability is subject to change.
If you haven’t yet arrived in Disney World and are worried this could affect you, you can call Disney World and make a room request outside of the affected rooms. Cast Members will do their best to accommodate guests if they can.
We’ll continue to cover everything at Disney World, so be sure to check back with AllEars often.
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One Reply to “The Unexpected Disney World Hotel Problem You May Encounter On Your Next Trip”
I was staying at The Grand Floridian years ago and they turned off the electric in the middle of the night for some sort of maintain ace or something. Not only did we not have Ac on a hot muggy Orlando night but I use a CPAP when I sleep. I was up all night, in the dark and sweating my but off. All this for around $600 a night! When i spoke with the hotel manager he said sorry but there nothing he could do for us, not even a free cup of coffee. Worst night I ever spent in a hotel room. Really made me rethink future stays at Disney Hotels.