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Disney Hotels Go Smoke Free - - 2/6/06


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  • Disney Hotels Go Smoke Free - - 2/6/06

    Disney Hotels Go Smokefree - - 2/6/06

    By Joseph W. Cherner

    Beginning March 1st, Disney's Disneyland Hotel and Paradise Hotel will become smokefree. A third Disney hotel, Disney's Grand Californian, opened in 2001 as a smokefree hotel. So now all three hotels (Paradise, Disneyland, and Grand Californian) will be smokefree.
    Outdoor designated smoking areas will be established within walking distance from each hotel.

    The decision to make the hotels smokefree was based on demand. On average, no more than two requests per day come in for smoking rooms. The hotels will gradually take the smoking rooms out of use and begin the task of replacing drapes, rugs and doing thorough cleaning to remove stains and impregnated tobacco odors.

    Last month, Westin announced that all of its 77 U.S., Canadian, and Caribbean hotels would be smokefree.

    To send a FREE letter in support of clean air where YOU live, go to
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