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Do Not Disturb (DND)

In the hospitality industry, "DND" stands for "Do Not Disturb." This term refers to a feature or status that guests can activate in their hotel room to indicate that they do not want to be disturbed by housekeeping or other hotel staff during their stay. Typically, guests activate the DND feature by hanging a sign on their doorknob or using an electronic switch inside the room. This ensures their privacy and allows them to enjoy uninterrupted rest or work. Housekeeping and other staff members are instructed not to enter rooms with an active DND status unless specifically requested by the guest in case of emergencies.

What does DND stand for in the hotel industry?

DND stands for "Do Not Disturb." It's a feature that guests can activate to indicate they don't want to be disturbed during their stay.

How can guests activate the DND feature in their hotel room?

Guests can typically activate the DND feature by hanging a sign on their doorknob or using an electronic switch inside the room.

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