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  • On Aug 22, 2022
    Jan from MI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We're staying 3 nights at one resort & 3 nights at a different resort. I understand Bell Services will have our luggage transferred for us. My q is on food items. Will they transfer food we have in the room, both perishable and non- perishables?

    Hey There, Jan ––

    It's so nice to see you back at planDisney!  Thanks for dropping by with your question. Can you believe that after all that planning, your Walt Disney World Resort visit is less than 60 days away?  You're finally in the home stretch –– you'll be arriving before you know it!  

    I'm excited to hear that you'll be experiencing two different Disney Resorts Collection hotels during your visit with a split stay. My family loves split stays and we almost always include them in our Walt Disney World visits –– with unique theming, incredible details, a slew of Resort activities, and different dining and transportation options at each Resort, it almost feels like we're getting two vacations in one.  And the best part is that Bell Services at each Resort makes the process of transferring from one spot to another really easy.  All you'll need to do is drop your luggage at Bell Services on the morning of your transfer (or call to have your luggage picked up from your room) and let them know you'll be moving to a different hotel, then you're free to head out for the day.  Once you arrive at your new hotel and your room is ready, simply stop by the Bell Services desk to collect your luggage or call from your room to have it delivered –– it's easy and convenient, just the way a great vacation should be.

    But while Bell Services is happy to transfer your luggage, they can't transport any type of perishable food items or medication.  If you'll be taking these types of items to your new hotel, you'll be responsible for getting them there on your own. However, keep in mind that once you arrive at your new hotel, Bell Services will be happy to store refrigerated items for you until your room is ready.  That means you're welcome to drive a car, use a rideshare service, or grab a taxi to take your items to your next Resort and drop them off with Bell Services before setting off for the adventures you have planned.  If you don't want to transfer these items yourself, another option would be to use a grocery delivery service to have perishable items delivered to your next hotel –– Bell Services can accept delivery of your items (excluding age-restricted items, like alcohol), including refrigerated items, and store them for you until you're ready to pick them up for have them delivered to your room.

    Thanks so much for visiting planDisney, Jan.  I hope this helped to answer your question, but if you think of something new as your visit approaches, be sure to stop by again –– we're always happy to lend a helping hand!

    See Ya Real Soon,

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