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Old 09-30-2012, 06:38 PM   #1
MyOtherSS
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Contemporary Main Building vs Contemporary Garden Wing

Hey Everyone, My girlfriend and I just booked our second trip to Disney and we booked a room with a "garden view". We were under the impression that the garden wing was part of the main building and were disappointed to find out that it isn't. We are planning on just dropping the extra $500 to stay in the main part of the resort because we feel like it's almost pointless to be spending the extra money on a deluxe resort and being away from the main resort itself. I feel like it's deceiving when Disney shows you the Contemporary you see and percieve it as the big, nice looking main building but include the dinky sized resort next to it that is barely in the picture for a little cheaper. I mean I've been going to disney since I was born and always thought the small thing next to it was a business building for employees or something.

Does anyone have experience staying at both parts of the resort? We're pretty set on changing our reservations but would consider keeping them if the garden wing isn't that bad.
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