My two daughters and I were fortunate to be staying in a 1-bedroom villa at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort, so in addition to the large master bedroom and bath, we had a living room and full kitchen. We were good as long as the power didn't go out...and it didn't. (Apparently Walt Disney World is on its own power grid and people come to Disney during hurricanes because they know they'll be safe there.) Just in case, however, Disney resort staff had come around to all the rooms and provided flashlights to the guests in case of a power outage.
The parks were set to close early in advance of the hurricane, so we made a last trip over to the Food & Wine Festival at Epcot and were amazed to find that the huge parking lot there had become a staging area for literally hundreds of repair vehicles. By the time we exited the park, the lot was full, including dozens of coach buses who'd carried in emergency workers.