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  • On Dec 29, 2012
    Michelle from VA Asked

    My grandmother has a Florida Resident Annual Pass...would we be able to check in if the room was in her name, attached to her pass?

    Hi there Michelle,

    I am an Annual Pass Holder as well and I just love it and the pass holder room discounts are amazing!  If you are registered on the reservation, and as long as your Grandmother books the reservation in her name and  is present at some time during the first day of your stay to show her Annual Pass and identification, you will be able to check into the room without her there.  She will be required to show her ID and Annual Pass at the front desk when she arrives to be eligible for any special pass holder room rate!

    I booked a reservation using my pass last month and my flight arrived much later than my friend who was rooming with me!  She was able to check in when she arrived and I just had to go and show my pass and ID when I arrived!  She didn't have to wait for me!

    Best Wishes,

    Amanda F.
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