When any Guest visits Walt Disney World Resort, they tend to expect to have a magical vacation filled with amazing memories. One of the best ways to have the ultimate Disney vacation, aside from visiting the Parks, is to stay at a Disney Resort. There are over 25 Disney Resorts to choose from, all of which range in price between Value, Moderate, and Deluxe costs.
Lately, it seems that even a “Value” hotel-like Disney’s Pop Century Resort is going to cost more than an off-property hotel of the same caliber, so Guests do expect an elevated sense of hospitality and accommodation. With Deluxe rooms sometimes pricing in the thousands per night, the same idea follows in terms of Disney setting a level of expectations through their reputation and price point. Although Guests will often love their stay, sometimes, the cost may not be on the same level as the price, for some.
Ken C. recently stayed at Disney’s Old Key West Resort, and noticed that the water that he used to fill his tub left a large amount of residue. On social media, Ken noted:
How bad is the water in LBV?
At OKW. I had taken a full shower before using the Jacuzzi.
This is why I only use bottled water for cooking and consumption.
As you can see in the photo pictured above, the water left a rim of what looks to potentially be Serratia Marcescens.
Serratia Marcescens is an extremely common type of bacteria, found in everything from soil, to food, to animals. Known for its pinkish-red pigment, Serratia thrives in moist or dusty conditions, and needs almost nothing to survive. Easily carried by air, Serratia bacteria seek out moist locations in which to grow.
Please note, this is not a confirmed diagnosis, but a possibility.
This may be an issue with the water being used in the area, but it also may mean that Disney will need to add a higher level of filtration to their system to avoid this from becoming a consistent issue. That being said, this is not a common issue that many have reported, it seems.
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Disney tends to keep their rooms very clean for Guests visiting their hotels, and if there is ever an issue, you can let the front desk know so that it can be resolved quickly!
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