Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort is trying to ease the minds of their guests by offering them free rooms following this week’s fatal alligator attack.
A number of guests staying at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa tell us the hotel was turned upside down after the 2-year-old went missing. Various parts of the property were on lockdown, and no one from the resorts was cluing in the guests.
After some complaining, the resort offered free rooms, which averaged $560 a night. It’s unclear if everyone got comped, but if they did … with 867 rooms that’s nearly half a mil.
As we reported, Disney also has a big PR problem … there were no signs near the lagoon warning of alligators, like some of the nearby competing resorts.
If it were us, we’d be asking for a free room at a different, gator-free Disney resort.