That would be a danger IF people didn’t fall over themselves to book and return when things loosen up.Mr. Chapstick, is slicing & dicing to make quarterly reports look better to Disney stockholders. Staying at the GF is expensive so cutting the GFO perk is a great idea right? NOT!
I appreciate your zeal...but the era you’re speaking of is largely over. When people fall over themselves to get there...AND are willing to pay more to not have to deal with the other people attending...who on earth is Disney under obligations to “court”?? It’s bad business.It's the big things that draw you in but the little things (bands, actors, performers, greeters, etc) that make you stay and take your time (and spend your money). Those little things make the areas feel "right". Isn't the whole Disney "magic" thing supposed to be about details too? Just because something's there but isn't the center of attention doesn't mean people don't notice it. Those little things all add up to the overall experience.
I guess the good thing is that I won't have a reason to spend $20 on a single drink at that bar behind where the stage used to be. So, uh, thanks guys?