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Old 09-23-2012, 12:14 AM   #1
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Roll away beds?

Hopefully, we will be going to DW next April. We will probably be off-site for the 1st part of the trip and then 3-4 nights on-site. Probably PORS or POP or AoA.

Can you get a roll away bed for any of these rooms? There will be 4 of us, me, DH, DD16 and DS12. I think DS will be too big for the pull down bed in AB at PORS and the 4 of us don't do well sharing 2 beds. DD has been known to sleep in the floor on a bedspread before (rather than, heaven forbid, sleeping w/ me!)

I don't want to do the FS, they are way too expensive!

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Hopefully, we will be going to DW next April. We will probably be off-site for the 1st part of the trip and then 3-4 nights on-site. Probably PORS or POP or AoA.

Can you get a roll away bed for any of these rooms? There will be 4 of us, me, DH, DD16 and DS12. I think DS will be too big for the pull down bed in AB at PORS and the 4 of us don't do well sharing 2 beds. DD has been known to sleep in the floor on a bedspread before (rather than, heaven forbid, sleeping w/ me!)

I don't want to do the FS, they are way too expensive!

TIA!!
POR no longer has roll away cots since they went to queen size beds and the new murphy beds in AB. You can bring or ship a twin air mattress and lean it up against the wall in the closet when not in use.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:06 AM   #3
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Thanks Missytara!

Do you know if the value (Pop and AoA) have roll aways? I know it would be tight in there, but we won't be in the room much, so sleep is a bigger concern than space.
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Thanks Missytara!

Do you know if the value (Pop and AoA) have roll aways? I know it would be tight in there, but we won't be in the room much, so sleep is a bigger concern than space.
Do think it's allowed to have a 3rd bed in any of the regular rooms in a Value.
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Do think it's allowed to have a 3rd bed in any of the regular rooms in a Value.
There would never be enough room.
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We had a roll away bed in our room at All Star Sports. It was tight, but considering all we really did was sleep in the room it was fine.
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We had a roll away bed in our room at All Star Sports. It was tight, but considering all we really did was sleep in the room it was fine.
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The problem with rollaway beds is that I've read that some resorts don't have them at all (I don't know which ones) and they are VERY limited at other resorts.

That means you could request it but not get it. I'd do the twin air mattress instead of relying on a rollaway.
And bring your own sheets and blanket too so you know you'll have them. Or you ship them to the resort if you are flying along with the air mattress and whatever you need to inflate it.
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Old 09-23-2012, 09:59 PM   #9
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Thanks everyone.

I think we might be driving so an air matress would be a good idea. Knowing DD, she would put herself on the floor and that might be fine for 1 night, but I know it would be killing her by the 3rd night. Of course you can't tell a 16 anything! And I don't want her sleeping on a bedspread on the floor anyway, even if it is Disney, YUK!
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