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Old 04-11-2013, 10:10 AM   #1
Ariel on Land
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POR or AoA suite for family of 5?

Trying to decide between the two. It will be DH, myself, my twin six-year old boys, and our 26 month old daughter. DD is still napping and will sleep in a pack n play. All kids go down at about the same time at night. POR is by far the cheapest, by about $330 for the stay. We've only stayed at CBR, but were looking to do something different, and we have never stayed at a value before. The pros to POR are cost (which is obviously the biggest reason!), the more relaxed moderate atmosphere, the queen beds, and the boat to DTD. Pros to AoA are: the extra room- a separate area that DD could nap in if needed, DH and I would have the ability to "stay up" while the kids go to bed earlier, the fun themeing for the kids (we'd probably go for a cars suite for the boys) and the splash pad. Will the fact that it's a value resort be bothersome? (ie: noisier, more crowded, etc...) Although I'd probably request a room furthest from the pool. Do you think the 5 of us will be too cramped at POR? Is AoA worth the extra money?

What would you do?
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