For our hotel room views, I’m looking for a way to include the kinds of beds in each room along with Disney’s category.
For example, the Contemporary’s “Main Tower - Theme Park View” category has two bed options:
- 1 King Bed and 1 Day Bed
- 2 Queen Beds and 1 Day Bed
So I’d like to display those as:
“Main Tower - Theme Park View / 1 King Bed + 1 Day Bed”
“Main Tower - Theme Park View / 2 Queen Beds + 1 Day Bed”
An issue pops up with very long view categories, where the text display needs to be abbreviated.
If I said this:
“Main Tower - Theme Park View / 1 King + 1 Daybd”
“Main Tower - Theme Park View / 2 Q + 1 Daybed”
…do you think “2Q + 1 Daybed” is sufficiently clear that everyone understands what it means?
I’d prefer the room view name not to change, since we’re trying to match Disney’s text on that exactly.
You could have a list of abbreviations on a clickable link that people could use to check.
I would also be ok with: 1Q + 1Day but maybe that is too much for some?
Related: Is there a good way to abbreviate “Optional Communications Features” in a way that’s understandable? There may not be.
I’m guessing that means the Alexa thingie?
But, as someone who is very in-tune with what is going on at Disney, if I am guessing at what that means, the average person is going to have no idea.
I might save that for a future enhancement, when/if it becomes more widespread and mainstream at many/most/all resorts.
I don’t even know what that means unabbreviated.
This made me think of the augmented hearing assessable rooms? Is it something different?
I’m with @LTinNC82 - I need the extended deluxe bonus disc LP version for understanding, not an abbreviation