This not something new. The hotels are on ground leases from Walt Disney World. Some of them have been in existence since the mid to late 70’s, in what has become Downtown Disney. Back then the shopping district was called Lake Buena Vista.
So saying “in Walt Disney World”, or even “on-property” is factually correct.
[QUOTE=bethishooked;1131946]My SIL is going to Disney for a conference and she said she was staying on property. I asked which resort and she said Holiday Inn. I told her that its not a Disney property, but she said they said it was. So, I just Googled it, and low and behold…look at what they say:
[B]Welcome to the Holiday Inn Hotel in the Walt Disney World® Resort
This official Walt Disney World® hotel is fresh from a $35 million top-to-bottom makeover, making it the perfect place to stay during your vacation to the Walt Disney World® Resort. [/B]
How in the world can they say they are an “official Walt Disney World hotel?” That’s lying. Or, am I missing something?[/QUOTE]