With so many different resorts available to choose from at Walt Disney World, many guests enjoy a split stay when vacationing. Guests will spend half of their vacation at one Disney hotel and switch to another hotel for the second half of their trip. Previously, Bell Services would transfer your luggage for you so you didn’t have to worry about that. Now, there is a change to what Bess Services will transfer.
Guests used to be able to send their luggage and any other items they wanted to be transferred, including perishable items. They recommended keeping anything you may need during the day on hand, such as medications, park tickets, etc. as luggage transfers can take a few hours. Now, Bell Services cannot transfer perishable items so those will need to stay with you as well.
If you want to plan a split stay and use Bell Services to transfer your luggage, on the morning of check-out of your first Disney hotel stay, let Bell Services know you’re transferring to your next Disney hotel. You can call them to pick your luggage up from your room, or you can drop off your bags yourself. It could take up to a half-hour for Bell Services to pick up the luggage from your room, so if you’re in a rush that morning, we recommend taking your luggage down with you to Bell Services.
You’ll receive a tag with the number of bags being transferred. Then you can be off to head to the theme parks or wherever you want to go that day. When you arrive at your next Disney hotel just let Bell Services there know you’re ready for your luggage to be brought up to your room.
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