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Old 09-24-2013, 08:56 PM   #91
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Best upgrade ever! DD, DS inlaw, 2DGS, DH, and I were staying at Polynesian in 2 separate rooms for one night in June with a MK view. We arrived to be greeted by name when getting off magical express. We were then taken right thru lobby and given a tour of hotel. By this time I was very confused since we did not check in. We just kept being told we would just love our room.

Finally we are taken to our room. This room was absolutely wonderful. You walked in to find a kitchen, large dining room and sitting room on the first floor. It was two floors the second floor had 1 bedroom with a king bed and 2 bathrooms (1 had a whirlpool tub) the other room had 2 queen beds and a bathroom. Both bedrooms had balcony's as well as 2 on the 1st floor. We had a great view of the MK. My son in law had to sign a paper when checking in that we would not make this our permanent residence.

We were in the King Kamehameha Suite. It is the largest suite at the Polynesian. It was amazing!

We had never stayed at the Poly before so what a surprise this was. Being CL was a nice perk too.
The rest of our week was spent at Bay Lake Towers it was ok but after the Poly nothing will ever compare.
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Old 09-24-2013, 09:16 PM   #92
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Best upgrade ever! DD, DS inlaw, 2DGS, DH, and I were staying at Polynesian in 2 separate rooms for one night in June with a MK view. We arrived to be greeted by name when getting off magical express. We were then taken right thru lobby and given a tour of hotel. By this time I was very confused since we did not check in. We just kept being told we would just love our room.

Finally we are taken to our room. This room was absolutely wonderful. You walked in to find a kitchen, large dining room and sitting room on the first floor. It was two floors the second floor had 1 bedroom with a king bed and 2 bathrooms (1 had a whirlpool tub) the other room had 2 queen beds and a bathroom. Both bedrooms had balcony's as well as 2 on the 1st floor. We had a great view of the MK. My son in law had to sign a paper when checking in that we would not make this our permanent residence.

We were in the King Kamehameha Suite. It is the largest suite at the Polynesian. It was amazing!

We had never stayed at the Poly before so what a surprise this was. Being CL was a nice perk too.
The rest of our week was spent at Bay Lake Towers it was ok but after the Poly nothing will ever compare.
That is an amazing upgrade!!!!
I'll bet if was difficult to leave there and go anywhere else-lop
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Best upgrade ever! DD, DS inlaw, 2DGS, DH, and I were staying at Polynesian in 2 separate rooms for one night in June with a MK view. We arrived to be greeted by name when getting off magical express. We were then taken right thru lobby and given a tour of hotel. By this time I was very confused since we did not check in. We just kept being told we would just love our room.

Finally we are taken to our room. This room was absolutely wonderful. You walked in to find a kitchen, large dining room and sitting room on the first floor. It was two floors the second floor had 1 bedroom with a king bed and 2 bathrooms (1 had a whirlpool tub) the other room had 2 queen beds and a bathroom. Both bedrooms had balcony's as well as 2 on the 1st floor. We had a great view of the MK. My son in law had to sign a paper when checking in that we would not make this our permanent residence.

We were in the King Kamehameha Suite. It is the largest suite at the Polynesian. It was amazing!

We had never stayed at the Poly before so what a surprise this was. Being CL was a nice perk too.
The rest of our week was spent at Bay Lake Towers it was ok but after the Poly nothing will ever compare.
WOW! sounds awesome
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