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I was wrong--Swolphin site itself says you CAN do package delivery from parks to either resort.

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Thanks Dot. In all my WDW trips, I've never needed that as I'm not a big shopper.
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I was wrong--Swolphin site itself says you CAN do package delivery from parks to either resort.

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That's good to know although we usually have a locker to stash stuff or just do package pick up at the main gate.
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It would depend somewhat on your timing as to whether or not package delivery is useful.

It can take anywhere from 24-48 hours for your package to arrive at the resort. Plus, you must go to the resort gift shop to get it at Disney resorts. I don't know where the Swolphin pickup point is. I would guess packages going to Disney resorts may get priority besides.

I think we've only used it once in all our trips when we did a bunch of shopping for fragile items fairly early in our day.

Otherwise, we do package pickup at the park gate. And that rarely.
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It can take anywhere from 24-48 hours for your package to arrive at the resort.
This is why we either just carry it ourselves in our day pack, if it's small enough, or toss it in our locker, again if it's small enough. If it doesn't fit in the locker, then we send it to package pick up at the gate. I don't want to wait 2 days to get my purchase, especially if I'm packing to go home soon and I don't want to be running around the resort trying to figure out where I have to go to pick it up. Too much hassle. Much easier to just send it to the gate if I have to send it anywhere.
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I have to say, I didn't have the $100 a day thing when I stayed at Dolphin in July 2016. I was there three nights, so a short visit. Weird.
We stayed at the Swan for 4 or 5 nights this past NYE and didn't run into this issue either. I do know they have inadvertently charged guests for parking, when they didn't have vehicles, but they do remove it when made aware. The two times we stayed there, I made sure to tell them at check in that we did not have a vehicle so they wouldn't charge us.

We enjoyed both of our stays at the Swan and wouldn't hesitate to stay there again, especially for free. The second time was after the room renovations and we especially loved all of the new charging ports throughout the room. We didn't feel like it was any less Disney and we enjoyed the closeness to the Boardwalk, Epcot and DHS. We did bring Magic Bands from previous trips to gain access to the parks and for FP+.

We used Mears transportation to get to and from the airport. We purchased the roundtrip tickets at MCO after we collected our baggage, then made return trip arrangements at the Dolphin, where they have a Mears kiosk right off the main lobby area.

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I had the resort remove it. It was rather easy to do and just had to return to the check in to have it done. If you didn't use this $100 per day charge than it would be removed from your card, once you check out. They should let you know about it ahead of time.
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No worries. I am not sure we would use it. I have at POR and Pop.

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That's good to know although we usually have a locker to stash stuff or just do package pick up at the main gate.
I did not know you could send it to the main gate of the park. That would work perfectly!

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We stayed at the Swan for 4 or 5 nights this past NYE and didn't run into this issue either. I do know they have inadvertently charged guests for parking, when they didn't have vehicles, but they do remove it when made aware. The two times we stayed there, I made sure to tell them at check in that we did not have a vehicle so they wouldn't charge us.

We enjoyed both of our stays at the Swan and wouldn't hesitate to stay there again, especially for free. The second time was after the room renovations and we especially loved all of the new charging ports throughout the room. We didn't feel like it was any less Disney and we enjoyed the closeness to the Boardwalk, Epcot and DHS. We did bring Magic Bands from previous trips to gain access to the parks and for FP+.

We used Mears transportation to get to and from the airport. We purchased the roundtrip tickets at MCO after we collected our baggage, then made return trip arrangements at the Dolphin, where they have a Mears kiosk right off the main lobby area.

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Did not know about Mears being available. Thanks! How pricy is it?
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I want to say it was $30-$35 round trip per person. It was less expensive to purchase the round trip ticket at the airport than to get two one way tickets. We ended up on large vans each time and only one out of the four trips did we pick up at another resort. Once we were the only two on the van. It was kind of nice.
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I did not know you could send it to the main gate of the park. That would work perfectly!
Before you cash out they usually ask you if you want to ship it back to the resort. Tell them you want to send it to package pick up. It’s the same paperwork that needs to be filled out, you just indicate package pickup instead of the hotel. It will list on the firm where the pick up location is. I believe it’s City Hall at MK. Not sure about the other parks. It’s bern a few years since I’ve been to WDW, I’ve been doing Disneyland. They will tell you what time you can pick your package up after. If they don’t ash you about sending your package back to the resort, just tell the CM cashing you out that you’d like to send your package to package pickup and they’ll do up the paper work.

When you go to pick up your packages, take the paperwork along with your receipt (they should have been stapled together but if not, keep them together) to the package pickup location and hand them to the CM working the desk. They need the paperwork to find your packages. Once they locate it, they will bring it out, hand it to you and your on your way.

We usually picked up our packages at MK before the fireworks if we were planning to watch them and the went at park closing. That way we avoided any lines at package pickup immediately after the fireworks when everyone was trying to pickup their packages and leave the park.
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hi. i realize you've received much feedback so far, but i need to weigh in: I LOVE THE DOLPHIN. so much love. the recent remodel really improved it (the quick service location in the lobby is much appreciated) but even before that, so much yes to the dolphin.

i wrote about it here, which also offers some tips: http://www.suitcasescholar.com/2017/...ess-travelers/

the only down sides are that the pool is kinda far from the rooms (not as far as, say, the pool at AKL.) and...ummm...? i can't think of any downsides. for the record, i much prefer the dolphin to the swan. the location of the swan's conference center often means you are walking through a conference to get anywhere.

*it should be noted that i also stay there 'for free'--on points. also, there's a $20 (or $30?) per day resort fee, so it's never REALLY free. also parking costs money, but i just use my own advice and return my rental to the valet and uber everywhere.

oh, and the beds at the dolphin are possibly my third favorite in the world (after this place on catalina island and a boutique hotel in quebec city. i travel a lot. A LOT. and i love the dolphin.)
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hi. i realize you've received much feedback so far, but i need to weigh in: I LOVE THE DOLPHIN. so much love. the recent remodel really improved it (the quick service location in the lobby is much appreciated) but even before that, so much yes to the dolphin.

i wrote about it here, which also offers some tips: http://www.suitcasescholar.com/2017/...ess-travelers/

the only down sides are that the pool is kinda far from the rooms (not as far as, say, the pool at AKL.) and...ummm...? i can't think of any downsides. for the record, i much prefer the dolphin to the swan. the location of the swan's conference center often means you are walking through a conference to get anywhere.

*it should be noted that i also stay there 'for free'--on points. also, there's a $20 (or $30?) per day resort fee, so it's never REALLY free. also parking costs money, but i just use my own advice and return my rental to the valet and uber everywhere.

oh, and the beds at the dolphin are possibly my third favorite in the world (after this place on catalina island and a boutique hotel in quebec city. i travel a lot. A LOT. and i love the dolphin.)
What boutique hotel in Quebec City? We were just there and stayed at a family run boutique hotel that we loved. We planned to stay there again on a future visit.
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Le Saint Pierre Auberge. It should be noted that we had like...the penthouse suite (long story why--I'm not that kind of person I assure you!) But I'm pretty sure all of the beds are as comfy. And the property is lovey and well located. They have a sister property, 71, next door, which I got to see and would also recommend. Loved QC; I need to get back there sometime soon.
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Le Saint Pierre Auberge. It should be noted that we had like...the penthouse suite (long story why--I'm not that kind of person I assure you!) But I'm pretty sure all of the beds are as comfy. And the property is lovey and well located. They have a sister property, 71, next door, which I got to see and would also recommend. Loved QC; I need to get back there sometime soon.
We stayed at Le Chateau Laurier. It was just outside the walls but just up the main road from the Chateau Laurier. We were situated right next to the Plains of Abraham and the Citadel was an easy walk for us. We spent every day walking through the Plains. We overlooked the Parliament buildings and the Armoury. We were close enough to the "tourist" area to make it a convenient walk but far enough away that we could get away from the hustle and bustle every evening.
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