- Mar 13, 2016
I am not taking side, but step back for a moment and think about what if this is due to you or your family getting sick or injured, which would obviously be out of your control. My point is that as long as the resort is not closed or planned to be closed during your reservation, no other scenario should give you an "out" on a completely nonrefundable reservation. I understand your frustration, but if David's were to accommodate you, that would open the flood gates for other "legitimate" reasons for rescheduling, IMHO.I hear what you are saying but again - if no flights are allowed into Hawaii - How am I to get to Aulani to check in for a vacation that the state of Hawaii is NOT allowing and will send you home? This makes no sense to me - I can't do this if the resort was open or not - It is Not that I don't want to or changed my mind - It was changed for me by forces out of my control - I have no say so in this. Just like the fact that Orange County has stated a stay at home - they are forcing people to Not be able to take their vacations if Disney wants them to or not. I do not care to be charged with a fine of up to $5,000 just to try and take a vacation. Common Sense needs to kick in at some point in time I would think.. Or maybe I am just wrong.