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Old 07-10-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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2 rooms at Poly or 2 bdrm villa at Boardwalk??

We are planning a trip for Aug 2014. There will be 3 adults and 5 children (ages 17,17,14,3,and infant). We are looking into different room configurations for our large group.

This is going to be a special trip for us to celebrate my oldest daughter and her best friend starting their senior year in 2014, my second child starting high school, and my husband finishing his degree. To celebrate we are thinking we would like to stay at a deluxe resort. Normally we stay at moderates.

Anyway, we have been considering renting vacation points and staying at a 2 bedroom villa at Boardwalk if we can get it. I also ran some prices and for close to the same price we could get 2 standard rooms at the Polynesian, which then we would split up our party into the two rooms.

Like I have said, we have never stayed at a deluxe resort and I am wondering what would be the best and what other people think of these two resorts.

Thanks!!
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