Walt Disney World May Be Doing Away with Freebie Toiletry Bottles

We have seen reports online from guests and other sites that may not be the best news.  There are many guests that like to collect the toiletry bottles that are given by the Mousekeeping staff to guests staying in the resorts at Walt Disney World.  Based on the reports we have received, it looks like the freebie bottles may be going away, at least in certain guest rooms and full size pump bottles that are locked in added to the rooms.

Chip and Company reported that a guest staying at Port Orlenas Riverside had the new bottles added to their room.  They were staying in an ADA accessible room, so we don’t know yet whether this will be rolled out to all guest rooms after this trial, or if it will only be added to ADA accessible rooms.

It appears that whatever is happening is in trial phases right now.  There have been no official announcements directly from Disney as to how large this change will be at Walt Disney World and what the catalyst for the change is.  There are already many guests across the chats and social media questioning how sanitary this change would be.  There is a concern that someone could put something gross in the bottles or tamper with them in some way.  It appears that the bottles are locked down so that they could be tamper-proof, so hopefully this could eliminate the concerns about cleanliness.  This change over would definitely be more environmentally friendly in reducing the waste from all the many little bottles.

What do you all think of this possible change?  Would you be upset if you could not longer collect the toiletry bottles to bring home and use at home?

Photo and Source Credit:  Chip and Co. 

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About Christy Caby

I am a long time Disney addict! This love began as a child and stayed with me in my teen years. I completed the Disney College Program, was engaged and honeymooned at Disney, visited WDW while pregnant with each of our two boys, and have brought our boys since they were babies (they are now 5 and 2).