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Old 10-06-2012, 02:16 PM   #1
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Pirate Rooms vs. Royal Rooms vs. AoA

Let me start off by saying we have been spoiled in the DVC villas for the past few years and we're used to the space and amenities of a one- or two-bedroom villa. My favorites are BLT and SSR (opposites!). I have three kids that will be DD7, DS4, DD3. We're out of points and looking to do as-inexpensive-as-possible trip next summer with the $399 PAP's that are out right now. Since we're paying cash, I was hoping to do one of the themed rooms that we've never been able to do with points: pirate rooms at CBR or royal rooms at POR. Which do you prefer (for any reason)? I feel myself leaning more toward the royal rooms, but they also seem more girly, and I feel like my son already gets left out of a lot of the fun (Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, princess lunches and dinners, etc. - yes, we have done the Pirate's League, not quite the same). And then my mind goes back to AoA and getting a Nemo Suite where everyone's happy and we have space, except there's no pool slide, which just might make the world stop spinning. We do usually spend a lot of time at the resort. Any ideas? TIA!
1980s & 1990s:
Disney Inn (x2), Fort Wilderness Cabins (x2), Disney's Lake Buena Vista Villas (fav! x2), Caribbean Beach (x2), All Star Music, Wilderness Lodge (x2), Dixie Landings (x2)

5 off-site trips
All Star Music Family Suites
Beach Club
Wilderness Lodge Villas (x2)
Old Key West (x2)
Saratoga Springs
AKL - Kidani Village
Bay Lake Tower

I may have missed some...

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