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Old 11-04-2012, 02:23 PM   #1
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AOA booking?

We are planning on going in October and booking in April. we need a family suite at AOA, will that be enough time? i dont want to tell 2 extra people they can come if we wont be able to do it. AOA is the only resort we can afford for 6 people they we would consider. i guess we could go for ASM, but that seem REALLY kid-sy and we wont be traveling with any kids. any thoughts? i am bringing this suggesting up in a few days to the core group of 4, so the sooner your thoughts the better
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Old 11-04-2012, 04:41 PM   #2
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I just wanted to mention that I wouldn't recommend the bedding in living room for adults. It really was designed for kids. Two standard rooms may actually be cheaper.
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:05 PM   #3
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I just wanted to mention that I wouldn't recommend the bedding in living room for adults. It really was designed for kids. Two standard rooms may actually be cheaper.
I agree. Two adults will be particularly uncomfortable on the table bed at AoA. Two standard rooms at a value would probably be cheaper and more comfortable. You could still stay at AoA - you would just want to book two LM rooms. If you go this route and AoA is where you want to stay, I would book two LM rooms sooner rather than later as they are really popular. If you don't really care about which value you stay at, April would most likely be fine to book 2 rooms at Pop or one of the All Star resorts.

You may also want to look into 2 rooms at a mod - the price will initially be a little higher than an AoA suite, however, chances are a discount will come out for your travel dates.
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:00 PM   #4
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I agree. Two adults will be particularly uncomfortable on the table bed at AoA. Two standard rooms at a value would probably be cheaper and more comfortable. You could still stay at AoA - you would just want to book two LM rooms.
How do i go about checking the price of two rooms online? It only lets me do suites if i put 6 adults. Do i have to do the price for 4 and then 2 as seperate bookings?
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Old 11-04-2012, 11:04 PM   #5
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How do i go about checking the price of two rooms online? It only lets me do suites if i put 6 adults. Do i have to do the price for 4 and then 2 as seperate bookings?
Yes, you would check the price by looking at two different quotes.
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:18 AM   #6
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I don't know anything about the practicality / comfort of AOA for 6 adults, but I just wanted to let you know you should be fine booking in April. We are going next week, and didn't book until August and didn't have a problem getting a family suite at AoA. Also, when you book you only have to pay $200 which is fully refundable IIRC so even if you book early you can always change / cancel. I will say when I booked the family suite I asked about the LM rooms and there weren't any available so if you decide to go that route you probably want to book ASAP.
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We stayed at AoA in September in a LK suite and DH and I slept just fine on the table bed a few nights...and we sleep in a King at home and are pretty picky about beds!
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