DISNEYLAND — For the first time, Disney Parks has a database of the names of the people who have attended a Disneyland Resort honeymoon, according to a blog post on Disney.com.
The database, created by Disney Parks Insider, tracks the names and dates of the honeymooners to ensure they are staying at Disney properties in the same state as the guests.
“We are excited to offer this data to all of our guests, which will help to better understand the unique characteristics of each honeymoon experience,” said a Disney spokesperson in a statement.
“Honeymoons are a unique part of the Disney experience, and we look forward to sharing more information about our guests’ experiences.”
The honeymoon database has already been used to track people who are attending other Disney resorts, and has helped to keep track of people who were staying at Disneyland Paris and Disney Springs.
It is not yet possible to find out the identities of those who were not attending the Disneyland Resort, but Disney said it will make an effort to update the database when new data becomes available.
The honeymoons database was created to track honeymoon guests who are staying in Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Paris Disneyland, Disney Springs and Walt Disney World.
The names are kept private, so it’s not clear if they will be shared with the public.
Disney has also used the database to track guests who have visited Disney World and its Disneyland Resort.
The Honeymoon Registry will be updated weekly, Disney said.
The data will be available for viewing on the Disney Parks website and in the Disney Springs Honeymoon Hub.
Disney’s honeymoon data will not include the dates of honeymoon visits and will be used only to track those who have stayed at Disney Parks.