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Old 03-21-2013, 02:07 PM   #1
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HRH room with breakfast

Planning a short visit with my husband & 13 yr old twins. I'm thinking to book a qeen deluxe room with breakfast. However, I see that the package offers "breakfast for 2". Since there are 4 of us, I'm understanding that we will have to pay for 2 breakfasts. So, will we be charged for 2 adults, 2 kids, or 1 of each? I will call hotel directly to confirm, but thought surely someone here has experienced this. (I think the package should be good for however many guests are in the room....just sayin.)

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Old 03-21-2013, 02:37 PM   #2
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I looked into this rate at the RPR, but decided against it. I would have had to buy 2 more meals...one child for ds12 and one adult for ds13.

13 year olds are considered adults.
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break down the difference between buying a package w/ 2 breakfasts included compared to room only and purchasing breakfast separately.



packages include tickets and room.


you can save some money by purchasing your park tickets for all in the group thur UT.





how many days do you plan to book for the onsite hotel?
if you have plans to use the early entry, you probably will not be able to hit the park for that due to the breakfast at the hotel.



depending on how the figures turn out when you break down breakfast for 2 free and 2 charged, might help you decide on booking a package or room / tickets separately.
and, are you willing to give up some of the park early entry time period.
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Might also want to check the difference with the club room, you will have some breakfast selections there,mostly continental from what I remember. But it will cover everyone in the room and then you have drinks and snacks as well.
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OK. So glad I posted. Early entry is the whole reason we are staying onsite. And for only 2 nights. (and i didn't realize--didn't see it on the website--that a 13 yr old is considered an adult.....)

So, where can we get breakfast early enough to do early entry?
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OK. So glad I posted. Early entry is the whole reason we are staying onsite. And for only 2 nights. (and i didn't realize--didn't see it on the website--that a 13 yr old is considered an adult.....)

So, where can we get breakfast early enough to do early entry?
When we were at RPR they had a continental breakfast setup down by the lobby where you could grab a bite to take with you over to the park. It was a la cart but had a pretty good selection. I thought we used it on the days for early entry too.
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When we were at RPR they had a continental breakfast setup down by the lobby where you could grab a bite to take with you over to the park. It was a la cart but had a pretty good selection. I thought we used it on the days for early entry too.
that place is Orchid Lounge Court.
it opens at 6:00 am daily.

the food items are ala cart.
i always go with the bagels/cream cheese.
it's a nice variety they offer.



OP, you can easily eat here and still enter the park for EE on time.

the water taxis do not operate at 6:00 am though.


pastamore in city walk has a breakfast at the take out counter/ side window.
i don't remember what time that begins.

i know the starbucks, cinnabon in city walk usually opens at 8:00 am.


unless the Kitchen has changed their breakfast hours, the place opens at 7:30 am.

if you did the bed and breakfast package, you would not be in the park at 8:00 for early entry.

the shortest time i spent at the Kitchen breakfast buffet was about 25 minutes, and i entered when it opened at 7:30.
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