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Old 01-21-2012, 07:31 AM   #151
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Just got back tonight from the Poly. I'll post a mini review tomorrow, but wanted to jump on and let everyone know that the slide was open. I asked MANY people if it would be closing and was told each time that it would not be closing any time soon. As always, take the info with a grain (or two!) of salt, as it seemed like nobody knew for sure what was going on. Or if they did, they weren't telling
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ITA. I sometimes wonder if Steve's contacts aren't as reliable as in the past. He said there was going to be a big celebration on Oct. 24 this past fall for the Poly's 40th. We were there at the time and there was nothing except pins being handed out in CC's. The CM's we asked about it made us feel like we were crazy. I would also prefer if he didn't give little teasers about stuff he says he knows, but then tell us he can't reveal any more information.

I have to agree. It caused quite the commotion on the boards, and then blew over as nothing. When I was there in September the CM who transferred us over to the GF said they thought about putting DVC at the Poly but scrapped the idea. Of course info from a CM is hit or miss so who knows what's true.
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Just a brief little trip report for my fellow Poly lovers

We arrived via ME and were escorted back to Hawaii. Check in was a breeze and we were given room 1530 (GV like we booked). We quickly dropped our bags in the room and hightailed it to the lounge to watch our first Wishes and have some desserts. After we went back to the room, we discovered we had an accessible room which would not work very well for giving our baby a bath. Went back to the Concierge desk and were upgraded to LV room 2503!!!

We liked being so close to the lounge, didn't miss a balcony and were over the moon with the view. A tree did block a lot of the fireworks, but we are now hooked on paying for a view! Next time it will be TPV-CL for sure!

Our room was very clean, and showed no obvious signs of disrepair. I admit, I did not scour the place for dirty baseboards, or stained carpets. But nothing stuck out to me as a problem. Housekeeping was fine, but no towel animals . I know it's not something that is a given, but we have had animals every day (and quite elaborate ones at that!) and the kids's animals have been arranged in cute ways on every trip we have ever taken in the past. No big deal, and really if we hadn't been so spoiled by our past experiences, we probably wouldn't have noticed.

The food in the lounge was always adequate. although I think they recycled the bagels for a few too many days as they were always stale. Everything else seemed fresh and tasty.

Mornings were always pastries, fruit, cereal and oatmeal. Afternoon snacks were goldfish, gummies, cookies, trail mix, popcorn and yogurt pretzels. Evening apps were rotating hot apps with cheeses, hummus/pita, veggies/dip, pineapple/caramel and either uncrustables or mini corndogs for the kiddos. We particularly enjoyed sushi night and wing/potsticker night! Desserts were kinda slim. Usually a mousse or tart or two and cookies. They were just ok. The punch was flowing and I need to get the recipe and make it at home! The food was always replenished as soon as it was emptied and never once did I see them run out of an item and not put out more.

The bad news. Many other guests (kids and adults alike) were darn right disgusting. Bare feet, wearing pajamas, grabbing food with fingers, eating in line, ordering around the CMs, leaving piles of dirty plates on a table and just moving to get another fresh table, taking every last item and leaving others to stand and wait for more. Well, you get the picture.

I tried not to let it bother me, but I really felt like they could do a better job enforcing the lounge decorum. At the BC the CMs were always on top of gently correcting the no-nos. Not so at the Poly.

The CMs at the concierge desks were beyond helpful. When my DS was sick they brought him a heating pad for his belly and got him ginger ale. They helped DH order a cake for DD's birthday. We rented many movies and board games and they always helped with a smile. When we mentioned our remote was broken, they had a new one for us when we got back from the park. The level of service provided is why we will probably always book CL from now on. You just can't put a price tag on the convenience of the lounge and the extra level of service from the CMs. For my crew, it isn't a poor value money wise either since there are 6 of us.

We ate at 'Ohana for both breakfast and dinner, and enjoyed both as usual. For breakfast we had a 10:50 ressie and it was perfect. All of the characters were VERY involved. Crawling on the floor with the baby, playing hide and seek and peek-a-boo, over the top really. For dinner we had a 5:00 ressie and were seated and served almost immediately and our meal did not disappoint. The food did come out rather quickly, but we don't mind eating a little of everything at once instead of timed as separate courses. We will always do the latest breakfast and earliest dinner from now on as it really worked out the best for us!

Captain Cooks was great. We had many meals there and enjoyed each one. There were a few times that I noticed the dining area could use a little TLC. Too much garbage laying around and sticky floors and the like, but when you have 4 kids, you get used to things not being perfectly clean so it didn't bother us.

The grounds were lovely as always and the parks were nice and easy. We never waited for anything all week. As always, we got there early, used FP to our advantage and left after lunch when things start to get crowded.

Transportation was great, although we only used the monorail as this was a Epcot/MK only trip.

All in all, we can't wait to go back. Poly TPV-CL is now in the running as a part of our June trip. We are definitely doing an Epcot Resort for at least part of the trip as we love the ease of walking to WS in the evenings (and because of my mother, but that's another post ). But a Poly/BC or BWI split sounds like a little slice of heaven! I just can't decide if I want to start or end with my favorite place in the World

Anyway, hope this helps someone. I love reading and learning from other people's experiences and thought it only fair to share a bit of mine
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Just a brief little trip report for my fellow Poly lovers

All in all, we can't wait to go back. Poly TPV-CL is now in the running as a part of our June trip. We are definitely doing an Epcot Resort for at least part of the trip as we love the ease of walking to WS in the evenings (and because of my mother, but that's another post ). But a Poly/BC or BWI split sounds like a little slice of heaven! I just can't decide if I want to start or end with my favorite place in the World

Anyway, hope this helps someone. I love reading and learning from other people's experiences and thought it only fair to share a bit of mine
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I don't think I could ever stay at the BWI - that clown slide freaks me out. Almost as much as this guy -

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Just a brief little trip report for my fellow Poly lovers

We arrived via ME and were escorted back to Hawaii. Check in was a breeze and we were given room 1530 (GV like we booked). We quickly dropped our bags in the room and hightailed it to the lounge to watch our first Wishes and have some desserts. After we went back to the room, we discovered we had an accessible room which would not work very well for giving our baby a bath. Went back to the Concierge desk and were upgraded to LV room 2503!!!

We liked being so close to the lounge, didn't miss a balcony and were over the moon with the view. A tree did block a lot of the fireworks, but we are now hooked on paying for a view! Next time it will be TPV-CL for sure!

Our room was very clean, and showed no obvious signs of disrepair. I admit, I did not scour the place for dirty baseboards, or stained carpets. But nothing stuck out to me as a problem. Housekeeping was fine, but no towel animals . I know it's not something that is a given, but we have had animals every day (and quite elaborate ones at that!) and the kids's animals have been arranged in cute ways on every trip we have ever taken in the past. No big deal, and really if we hadn't been so spoiled by our past experiences, we probably wouldn't have noticed.

The food in the lounge was always adequate. although I think they recycled the bagels for a few too many days as they were always stale. Everything else seemed fresh and tasty.

Mornings were always pastries, fruit, cereal and oatmeal. Afternoon snacks were goldfish, gummies, cookies, trail mix, popcorn and yogurt pretzels. Evening apps were rotating hot apps with cheeses, hummus/pita, veggies/dip, pineapple/caramel and either uncrustables or mini corndogs for the kiddos. We particularly enjoyed sushi night and wing/potsticker night! Desserts were kinda slim. Usually a mousse or tart or two and cookies. They were just ok. The punch was flowing and I need to get the recipe and make it at home! The food was always replenished as soon as it was emptied and never once did I see them run out of an item and not put out more.

The bad news. Many other guests (kids and adults alike) were darn right disgusting. Bare feet, wearing pajamas, grabbing food with fingers, eating in line, ordering around the CMs, leaving piles of dirty plates on a table and just moving to get another fresh table, taking every last item and leaving others to stand and wait for more. Well, you get the picture.

I tried not to let it bother me, but I really felt like they could do a better job enforcing the lounge decorum. At the BC the CMs were always on top of gently correcting the no-nos. Not so at the Poly.

The CMs at the concierge desks were beyond helpful. When my DS was sick they brought him a heating pad for his belly and got him ginger ale. They helped DH order a cake for DD's birthday. We rented many movies and board games and they always helped with a smile. When we mentioned our remote was broken, they had a new one for us when we got back from the park. The level of service provided is why we will probably always book CL from now on. You just can't put a price tag on the convenience of the lounge and the extra level of service from the CMs. For my crew, it isn't a poor value money wise either since there are 6 of us.

We ate at 'Ohana for both breakfast and dinner, and enjoyed both as usual. For breakfast we had a 10:50 ressie and it was perfect. All of the characters were VERY involved. Crawling on the floor with the baby, playing hide and seek and peek-a-boo, over the top really. For dinner we had a 5:00 ressie and were seated and served almost immediately and our meal did not disappoint. The food did come out rather quickly, but we don't mind eating a little of everything at once instead of timed as separate courses. We will always do the latest breakfast and earliest dinner from now on as it really worked out the best for us!

Captain Cooks was great. We had many meals there and enjoyed each one. There were a few times that I noticed the dining area could use a little TLC. Too much garbage laying around and sticky floors and the like, but when you have 4 kids, you get used to things not being perfectly clean so it didn't bother us.

The grounds were lovely as always and the parks were nice and easy. We never waited for anything all week. As always, we got there early, used FP to our advantage and left after lunch when things start to get crowded.

Transportation was great, although we only used the monorail as this was a Epcot/MK only trip.

All in all, we can't wait to go back. Poly TPV-CL is now in the running as a part of our June trip. We are definitely doing an Epcot Resort for at least part of the trip as we love the ease of walking to WS in the evenings (and because of my mother, but that's another post ). But a Poly/BC or BWI split sounds like a little slice of heaven! I just can't decide if I want to start or end with my favorite place in the World

Anyway, hope this helps someone. I love reading and learning from other people's experiences and thought it only fair to share a bit of mine
At the WL they also enforce all the lounge rules which makes it a great experience for ALL the guests. It's too bad that the Poly doesn't seem to care.

Your review was very to helpful to me - thank you.
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For various reasons, I'd rather not do BC again. Not that is isn't a wonderful resort, because it is . As of now, I'm booked at BWI, but that stinkin' clown is what keeps me reconsidering. Well, that and the fact that I don't think I can go to WDW again and not stay at my Poly at least part of the time
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For various reasons, I'd rather not do BC again. Not that is isn't a wonderful resort, because it is . As of now, I'm booked at BWI, but that stinkin' clown is what keeps me reconsidering. Well, that and the fact that I don't think I can go to WDW again and not stay at my Poly at least part of the time
Well, keep in mind that there are two other pools without clowns at BWI/BWV. I wasn't very keen on it either until I saw it in person and realized that it fits the theme of Luna Park perfectly and really is a great slide that kids (and adults) love. Since the back of the resort faces the BoardWalk, and you spend more time in the BW area, you'll probably not even see it that much.
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For various reasons, I'd rather not do BC again. Not that is isn't a wonderful resort, because it is . As of now, I'm booked at BWI, but that stinkin' clown is what keeps me reconsidering. Well, that and the fact that I don't think I can go to WDW again and not stay at my Poly at least part of the time
Hello! Glad you had a great stay. Care to elaborate on your various reasons? Just curious as I am hopelessly torn between BC and Poly for our next trip and we've never stayed at either. There are appealing things about both of them and I feel that by picking one, I am going to regret missing the things at the other... DH is not interested in a split stay and just says to pick one. Since you were directly speaking about both of the resorts I most strongly consider, maybe you could give some perspective? TIA.
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The food in the lounge was always adequate. although I think they recycled the bagels for a few too many days as they were always stale. Everything else seemed fresh and tasty.

Mornings were always pastries, fruit, cereal and oatmeal. Afternoon snacks were goldfish, gummies, cookies, trail mix, popcorn and yogurt pretzels. Evening apps were rotating hot apps with cheeses, hummus/pita, veggies/dip, pineapple/caramel and either uncrustables or mini corndogs for the kiddos. We particularly enjoyed sushi night and wing/potsticker night! Desserts were kinda slim. Usually a mousse or tart or two and cookies. They were just ok.

The bad news. Many other guests (kids and adults alike) were darn right disgusting. Bare feet, wearing pajamas, grabbing food with fingers, eating in line, ordering around the CMs, leaving piles of dirty plates on a table and just moving to get another fresh table, taking every last item and leaving others to stand and wait for more. Well, you get the picture.

I tried not to let it bother me, but I really felt like they could do a better job enforcing the lounge decorum. At the BC the CMs were always on top of gently correcting the no-nos. Not so at the Poly.
I just booked the Poly for July and ended up going with a regular GV after trying to decide whether or not to go with CL. After reading your review, I can honestly say I feel I made the right choice. I have read on many occasions about the morning bagels being stale. I know CL isn't all about the food offerings, but guests shouldn't be expected to eat stale food. Also, the afternoon snacks seem to be very sparse compared to what we've experienced at the GF and WL. For the money spent on a CL room, it just doesn't seem worth it to me when I know I can get a great room with GV, still enjoy the resort to its fullest, and pay alot less money doing so. It is quite sad that the CMs allow people to walk around in the lounge in bare feet, grabbing food with their hands, etc......but I am sad to report that it's not just happening at the Poly. A friend of mine is at GF RPC now and she is experiencing the same thing. People are walking around bare foot, being loud, and lounging/laying on the couches with no socks or shoes on without one word being said from any of the CMs . That in itself makes me rethink booking CL at any resort. But I do appreciate your review as it has been very helpful to me....thanks for posting about your stay .

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At the WL they also enforce all the lounge rules which makes it a great experience for ALL the guests. It's too bad that the Poly doesn't seem to care.
Even though it's been quite some time since we've stayed WL CL (2004), I remember having a great time. Food was plentiful, no rowdy out of control guests, and the CMs were wonderful . I have Poly GV booked as of now, but I could get WL CL for just $292 more (total for the week). The only thing stopping me is the smaller room and no daybed .......but I am trying to seriously consider it as we do love the WL as well as CL, it's just once you try the resorts with the larger rooms, it's hard to go back. I have a feeling I will be making alot of changes between now and the beginning of June when my final payment is due .
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Hello! Glad you had a great stay. Care to elaborate on your various reasons? Just curious as I am hopelessly torn between BC and Poly for our next trip and we've never stayed at either. There are appealing things about both of them and I feel that by picking one, I am going to regret missing the things at the other... DH is not interested in a split stay and just says to pick one. Since you were directly speaking about both of the resorts I most strongly consider, maybe you could give some perspective? TIA.
Honestly, the main reason we are thinking BWI over BC for a split is due to my mom's recent passing, so that won't help you much

I've seen you post a lot about your struggle to decide. I understand When I first booked the BC it was very hard for me to even consider anything else but the Poly, but I'm glad I did. It must be even harder to choose one blind.

BC is light, airy and pretty. Poly is darker, but more romantic and tropical. The pools are both pretty nice. The volcano pool is MUCH smaller than SAB which can be good or bad depending on how much you want to relax during pool time.

One thing I like better about the Poly is that I'm not a fan of trekking through a main lobby and endless hallways to get to my room after pool time (or anytime really). I much prefer wandering around the paths outdoors enjoying the Florida sunshine!

Another thing for me is that the Poly just feels more magical with the MK right across the lagoon. Even on non-park days, it just feels like Disney!

Good luck with your decision, I don't think you will be disappointed with either choice. But if something keeps pulling you back to the Poly, well....
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You certainly did NOT! I love seeing everyone's pics of the Poly. They are beautiful. I can't wait to add my own to the bunch. Having never been before, I am sure I will be taking pics of EVERYTHING!!!!
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