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dizzyc 06-16-2013 02:05 PM

AoA family suite - extra rollaway bed?
 
We are a family of 7 (2 adults and 5 kids) who want to stay for one night at Disney so we can feel the Disney magic, but we are on a tight budget. Are we able to book a family suite at AoA and ask for an extra rollaway bed as it's only for one night, or would this not be allowed?

I take it that it's not allowed to say we have 6 staying but then sneak the 7th one in?

Edited to add : I know we could book 2 smaller rooms but we have 3 teenage lads and I don't think they'd be too impressed with Little Mermaid! Like the look of finding nemo area :)

maxiesmom 06-16-2013 02:22 PM

Unless you have one person under the age of 3 you won't fit. They won't allow you to book an AoA suite.

Are you stuck on AoA? 2 rooms at an All Star would be a little cheaper.

momof3ds 06-16-2013 03:33 PM

There is nowhere in an aoa suite that a roll away bed woud fit. And I don't think it's an option either.

DebbieB 06-16-2013 06:10 PM

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Originally Posted by dizzyc (Post 48697575)
We are a family of 7 (2 adults and 5 kids) who want to stay for one night at Disney so we can feel the Disney magic, but we are on a tight budget. Are we able to book a family suite at AoA and ask for an extra rollaway bed as it's only for one night, or would this not be allowed?

I take it that it's not allowed to say we have 6 staying but then sneak the 7th one in?

Edited to add : I know we could book 2 smaller rooms but we have 3 teenage lads and I don't think they'd be too impressed with Little Mermaid! Like the look of finding nemo area :)

Why not get 2 value rooms in All Star Sports? That would be a max of 8. Request connecting, even if you don't get it your group would only be split up for 1 night (1 adult per room, up to 3 kids).

Disneyfreak616 06-16-2013 06:29 PM

You will not be allowed to book a family suite at AoA with a party of 7 unless there is a child under 3 in your party. Two rooms at POP Century or one of the All Stars would be cheaper and still provide that Disney magic! :wizard:


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