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Old 07-16-2013, 12:52 PM   #1
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Boardwalk Inn Deluxe Room-Club Level Question

I can't find what I consider to be good pictures of a BWI Deluxe Room-Club level. I'm trying to decide if three adults and two children in pack n plays (ages 2 years and 6 months) would sleep comfortably. Specifically, would there be room for two pack n plays with a little separation; e.g., one by the window and one by the door? Would a Garden Suite be preferable? Any advice and/or pictures would be great. Thanks in advance!
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Old 07-21-2013, 01:30 PM   #2
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A deluxe room is large at 600 SQFT but it's not really separated that much. There would be plenty of room for 2 pack n plays. Depending on your adult situation, the garden suite may be a better answer for you. The potential problem is that there is 1 king bed and then a pull out couch, so if you have a couple they are fine but the 3rd adult may not be that comfortable. The big plus is that your 2 pack n plays could really be separated very well, with one upstairs in the bedroom and one downstairs. Either would probably work well it all depends on your exact needs.
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Personally I would choose the deluxe room over the garden suite with 3 adults because I wouldn't want to put one adult on a sleeper sofa. With the deluxe room all 3 adults can sleep in real beds and there's plenty of room to put 2 pack n plays in the "sitting room" area. On the other hand, if the 3rd adult doesn't mind a sleeper sofa it would allow the other 2 adults (are they a couple??) to sleep together with more privacy. That might be something to consider.
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Old 08-11-2013, 12:13 AM   #4
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Deluxe Room

What room did u end up with? They are recommending 3257 for me because I want deluxe room with bigger balcony. Not sure where it is though? Over Kouzzina? Over Sweet Shop? They said between flying fish and sweet shop.
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Old 08-11-2013, 12:34 AM   #5
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Not sure if you're totally set on BWI. WL has a Deluxe CL room that's 500 sq ft but the room with 2 Queen Beds is separated with a French Door & there is a sitting area that has a pull out sofa-so it sleeps 6. I have seen a picture with a Pack & Play, not two, but I think it could definitely work. Also has 2 TV's. I think on the old BWI thread, it had pictures of one of the Deluxe rooms. I believe if you also go on the older WL thread, there's pictures of the Deluxe CL @ WL.
You could definitely fit nicely in a Garden Suite, but there's no real separation with the 3rd adult & the Pack & Plays. I've also heard that although BWI is amazing, it's not exactly a hotel for smaller children. The WL also has a boat that takes you directly to MK!
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Old 08-11-2013, 12:55 AM   #6
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I love wilderness too. We really love people watching late at night while unwinding. I'm kind if jumping on somebody else's thread though. I'm not one that needs pack and play. I'm trying to find out where CL deluxe 3257 is.
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