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Old 01-08-2013, 12:30 AM   #1
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Pack n plays provided by hotel

How big are the pack and plays provided by the hotel? Does anyone have a picture of one in a room to get an idea of how much space it takes up? My sister in law has twins and wants one for each toddler to sleep in?
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:39 AM   #2
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I had a pack and play at Kidani, and a portable crib at the Beach Club. I'll try to find the pictures. They did take up a decent amount of space, but it's doable.
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:48 AM   #3
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It is a standard size pack-n-play. We had one in a corner at WL in a room with 2 queen beds; a second one would have been a squeeze. I would ask for a king room for the floor space but then you lose the bath tub. I have not had a bunk bed room but that may also give more floor space: place pack-n-plays end to end up along the bunks. One thing we loved about the pack-n-play ... just throw all the loose animals, blankets, toys etc. into them when leaving the room.

Disney does offer bed rails if you want to avoid the pack n play ....

Another tip: ask for a step stool so the tykes can reach the sink or climb up on the bed.

At bedtime, we were really wishing for a second room/suite. We turned off all the lights and sat in the dark until DGSs were asleep then we turned on a low light and low volume on TV ...
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If it would be easy to fold up and open up then it wouldn't be a big deal but to keep 2 out the whole week will get in the way.
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