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Old 02-10-2014, 12:29 PM   #1
Ry42013
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Help me choose!

Heading down to the world the first weekend of May for 3 nights. I'll be down earlier in the week for a convention staying off site. However we do have really great convention rates at BC and GF. I reserved a room at both but can't decide where to stay!
My DS3 & DS5 and DH will be with me. Typically we stay at the Poly and I really like the monorail access with little ones, however we usually go during the cooler months and never really have the chance to do the pool.
Also the convention says for BC that its a 1 BR Suite- would that be considered Club Level? BC is around $100 cheaper but if we were at the Grand we could return the rental car and just use DME.

GF is Club Level, main building.
I've heard the rooms are kind of a mess, is that true? I think both places are up for refurb probably after our stay.
Haven't stayed at BC in YEARS and my oldest would probably love SB at BC. But I know the pool at Grand would be just as good for them.
I change my mind daily! HELP!
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:33 PM   #2
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Pool at Polenesian is very nice.
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Old 02-10-2014, 12:43 PM   #3
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Heading down to the world the first weekend of May for 3 nights. I'll be down earlier in the week for a convention staying off site. However we do have really great convention rates at BC and GF. I reserved a room at both but can't decide where to stay!
My DS3 & DS5 and DH will be with me. Typically we stay at the Poly and I really like the monorail access with little ones, however we usually go during the cooler months and never really have the chance to do the pool.
Also the convention says for BC that its a 1 BR Suite- would that be considered Club Level? BC is around $100 cheaper but if we were at the Grand we could return the rental car and just use DME.

GF is Club Level, main building.
I've heard the rooms are kind of a mess, is that true? I think both places are up for refurb probably after our stay.
Haven't stayed at BC in YEARS and my oldest would probably love SB at BC. But I know the pool at Grand would be just as good for them.
I change my mind daily! HELP!
My choice would be GF RPC without hesitation. With that said, I would imagine the BC suite would be CL and while we've stayed at the BC, it wasn't CL so I can't comment on that. However, RPC is amazing and is hard to beat, IMO. The lounge is spacious with plenty of seating, the food offerings are great, and the CMs are amazing. You are correct that both resorts are scheduled for room refurbs this year, with the GF being done now (but RPC rooms aren't scheduled to be done until June). Good luck with your decision.
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