Hurricane Irma: Disney, Universal rescheduling policies for Orlando visitors

For those who have travel plans to Orlando’s theme parks, here’s what you should know as Hurricane Irma is under officials’ watch.

At Universal Orlando Resort, the parks’ hours are operating as normal as they monitor the weather but visitors can reschedule or seek refunds, according to spokesman Tom Schroder.

“We have an affirmative, no-questions-asked policy for guests who tell us they want to change plans or seek a refund because of a named storm involving the Orlando area or where they are traveling from,” Schroder said in an email.

Walt Disney World Resort policy allows people to reschedule or cancel their vacation packages and most room-only reservations without any fees if a hurricane warning is issued by National Hurricane Center for the Orlando area or a visitor’s residence within seven days of the traveler’s scheduled arrival, according to Disney’s website.

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