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Published on Tuesday, 21 August 2012 19:35
As you know, all Disney Resorts in Florida are undergoing major changes to upgrade the room's door locks so that they are able to use the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology. The next Resort to go "under the knife" will be the Kidani Village (a section of the Animal Kingdom Lodge):
Kidani Village: RFID Door Lock Conversion Begins August 23, 2012
Beginning Thursday, August 23, new door locks will begin to be installed at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Kidani Village. The new door locks will be enabled with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) door access. New Key to the World cards also enabled with RFID technology will be issued to Guests using the new door locks at Kidani Village. The design on the new card differs slightly from the current card – the clouds and color look slightly different and the placement of the castle has changed.
Please note, new Key to the World cards will be issued at all of our other resorts as each resort’s door locks are converted to wireless RFID technology over the next year.
Thank you for your attention, and keep your eye out for these new "additions" during your next visit to a Disney Resort (by the way, some of the other hotels already have these new door locks)!