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Old 02-25-2013, 07:37 PM   #1
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Thinking of staying at POR, comparison help please

Hi all,
We are looking at staying at POR for 2 or 3 wks next may, there is 5 of us DH myself and 3 boys twins who will be 8 and a 11 yr old!

I just wanted to get some comparisons from other resorts I've stayed in, so I can try and compare the size
We have stayed at
Pop twice (2 rooms as we took my mum aswell)
AKL ( again 2 rooms took Dm)
SSR 2 bedroom....loved loved loved this place
AOA LMR (2 rooms)

We was really scared about the size of SSR de to size and everyone who kept saying it was huge, but found it not to be that bad as we was right next to the pool and bus stop at paddock section.

Also we found the walk from LMR to the food court to be nothing, not sure if we are just used to walking or don't mind it due to the buzz of Disney lol!
1.what would you say the room size is like compared to the resorts I've mentioned

2. Resort size compared to resorts mentioned, I.e how far from room section that has the 5 person rooms to the food court/bus stops/ main pool.....

I understand it might be a bit of a squash for the amount of time we like to stay but the 2 bed villas unless we get a good discount like last time wil price us out we're hoping to use the room mainly for sleeping, our boy will be old enough that we can stay out later at night other in the park dinner or pool side

Thanks for any help you can give me ..

Me 29,DH 33,DS 12, DS"Twins"9
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