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Old 07-19-2013, 04:31 PM   #1
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Two reservations at the same resort

I have RO reservation at the BWI with a AAA discount. If a RO discount comes out we are going to change our dates to stay for a full week. I can see on Disney's website that our last night is sold out. If we can make a reservation with a RO discount for the first 6 nights and then keep the AAA discount for the last night what are the chances of having to change rooms? I understand we would need to check out and back in due to the separate reservations. I am debating moving to another resort entirely if we would have to change rooms and wait for the new one to be ready.
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Old 07-19-2013, 04:58 PM   #2
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We had the same scenario on our last trip....so many nights under one reservation and so many nights under a different reservation at the same resort due to discounts . We were told there was no guarantee that we would not have to change rooms by our AAA travel agent, however when we checked in, we brought up the issue and the room assigner had already reserved the same room for both stays. We did have to go down to "check-out; check-in" on the day we went onto the second reservation but no big deal. Again there is no guarantee, but based on what was said to us, I think it's unlikely you would have to move rooms.
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Old 07-19-2013, 05:06 PM   #3
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There's no way for anyone to say what your chances will be of staying in the same room. As much as possible CMs will try to let you stay in the same room, but there's always a chance you'll have to move.

You'll need to make sure both reservations are for exactly the same room category and you can link the second res as a continuing reservation. Reminding the CM about your continuing res when you check in might help a little.
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Thanks! There are so many details to have to consider.
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