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Old 12-22-2012, 10:46 AM   #1
MinnieLovesMickey12
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Have you ever stayed at CSR during a convention and been downgraded?

I am curious of other's experiences at CSR.

We want to stay there for our next adult's only trip and have noticed there is hardly NO MONTH of the year that doesn't have several conventions going on there.

I am nervous about booking a preferred room then arriving after 5 pm (due to flights) and having them tell us there are no preferred rooms left.

DH wouldn't want to stay there if we weren't going to be in a preferred room and neither would I to be honest.

I have read a few ppl's experiences about arriving and being asked to downgrade because the preferred rooms were full.

If this were to happen, what are the options? DO you have to take a downgraded room or can you request to be upgraded or moved to another resort if they can't honor the preferred room they let you book and pay for?

I am just curious if this has happened to anyone else.
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