Like many hotels and resorts, Disney's accommodations used to offer guests "Do Not Disturb" signs for their doors. These signs could be left on for as long as the guest wanted their room to remain un-entered, untouched, and undisturbed.
However, Disney recently took away these signs, and the privileges that come along with them. Instead of "Do Not Disturb" signs, there are now "Room Occupied" signs. These signs no longer prevent Disney employees from entering your room, though.
"The Disney Resort hotel and its staff reserve the right to enter your room, even when this sign is displayed, for maintenance, safety, security or any other purpose," read the new signs.
Twitter user HilaryLovesFireworks gained access to one of the new signs and posted it on Twitter.
Following suit, Hilton Hotels and Resorts changed it's policies regarding Do Not Disturb signs, though they will still allow them to be on the doors. The new policy through Hilton recommends that employees alert security or a manager if they notice a Do Not Disturb sign has been in use for more than 24 hours.
So why the sudden, and strict, change to the classic sign?