Walt Disney World Resort is known as the most magical place on earth. The Walt Disney Company does everything possible to make your stay as inviting as possible. The company wants its Disney Parks and Resorts hotels to be highly immersive so that guests can forget about all the real-world problems and just focus on the fun.
However, some things, such as an emergency evacuation, are beyond anyone’s control and will always happen.
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Unfortunately, it is extremely rare, but possible, for Walt Disney World Resort hotels to require guests to evacuate. For example, as storms such as Hurricane Ian, Hurricane Irma, and Tropical Storm Nicole hit central Florida, some operations at the Walt Disney World Resort have been suspended, shortened, or canceled entirely, and emergency measures have been taken. .
But this was no hurricane or tropical storm. That is, there were no storm surges or evacuation orders.
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Disney’s Wilderness Lodge was reportedly evacuated late last night (or early morning, by all accounts), according to a guest’s social media post. A comment on the original poster reveals that a fire alarm went off early in the morning at a Disney hotel, mandating an evacuation.
Anyone else here from Wilderness Lodge at 3am after our massive evacuation? 🙃 From Walt Disney World
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Throughout the thread, guests who also experienced the evacuation of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort speculated as to what caused the fire alarm to go off.It’s highly likely that there was a fire in the kitchen or something.And, despite the experience, I recommend staying at a beautiful resort.
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There is little information about the situation, but Walt Disney World has yet to make any statement. However, Disney Dining will keep viewers updated as the situation unfolds.