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bamadisney
04-29-2008, 11:51 AM
My family of four has already booked POFQ. Now a family that is good friends of ours is thinking of going with us to WDW. We of course want them to stay where we are staying. However, they have three small children. The oldest being 7 and the youngest being 2. So they have a family of five. I read where you cannot stay if you have a family of five at POFQ. Is that true? Has anyone ever stayed in ONE room there with five people? Thanks.

CoolPool
04-29-2008, 11:56 AM
If one child is 2 then it should be okay.

stopher1
04-29-2008, 11:58 AM
My family of four has already booked POFQ. Now a family that is good friends of ours is thinking of going with us to WDW. We of course want them to stay where we are staying. However, they have three small children. The oldest being 7 and the youngest being 2. So they have a family of five. I read where you cannot stay if you have a family of five at POFQ. Is that true? Has anyone ever stayed in ONE room there with five people? Thanks.

It's not possible at POFQ - oh wait, I see that the youngest is 2... then it should be possible. All of the resorts are available for 5, provided one of them is still under 3. They can bring their own or request a play yard from the front desk. Once the child turns 3, then they would not be able to stay at POFQ - but they would be able to stay at POR in the Alligator Bayou section.

Jrabbit910
04-29-2008, 11:59 AM
to my understanding if the youngest (2 year old) stays in a portable crib (playpen) they will be able to stay at the resort... If they are not looking to book that way then they wont be able to book for 5... POR Aligator bayou section holds 5 w/ a trundle bed... its POFQ sister resort and they are right next to each other if it becomes a problem! :)

Hope it all works out for u!

skier_pete
04-29-2008, 12:06 PM
Agree with PP, should be OK with 5th under 3, you can call to confirm. If not, be aware that while PO Riverside is "right next door" that actually means a 10-20 minute walk, depending on the room, or a short bus ride. The rooms at POR have a trundle bed that is not available at POFQ.

SkierPete

mnasmom3
04-29-2008, 12:12 PM
We've stayed at POFQ with our 3 kids before. They were 2.5, 4.5, and 6.5 yrs old at the time. Apparently kids under 3 aren't important enough to count. :laughing:

dogodisney
05-01-2008, 01:58 PM
We've stayed at POFQ with our 3 kids before. They were 2.5, 4.5, and 6.5 yrs old at the time. Apparently kids under 3 aren't important enough to count. :laughing:

But they don't need a ticket either and can still ride some rides! :thumbsup2

RFrank9504
05-01-2008, 01:59 PM
Bring an air mattress-you'll all be fine. Have a great trip!:banana:

bamadisney
05-01-2008, 02:26 PM
Thanks SO much for all the replies. I will pass this along to my friends. YEAH....they will get to stay at POFQ with us after all.:cheer2:

Aliceacc
05-01-2008, 02:58 PM
If they don't want their youngest in a pack and play, would they consider staying at POR in a trundle room? They'll still be nearby, but the room accomodates 5.