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Old 01-16-2015, 01:59 PM   #1021
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There are two queen beds and room for a cot in the standard rooms. In the deluxe rooms there are two queen beds and a pullout couch.
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How is the sofa bed? Ok for a toddler?
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Old 01-16-2015, 03:03 PM   #1023
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How is the sofa bed? Ok for a toddler?
Definitely. I don't think two adults would like to sleep on it, but it is fine for a child.
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Old 01-17-2015, 09:54 AM   #1024
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How is the sofa bed? Ok for a toddler?
We just stayed in a queen, deluxe rooms with our kids 18 and 21. Our 21 year old son slept on the sofa bed and said it was just fine. The room was spacious and we would recommend it.
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Old 01-17-2015, 01:12 PM   #1025
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Thanks! If it is anything like home he will only sleep on it a few hours and then end up in our bed anyway.
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I know Disney's Beach Club has the famed Sunken Treasure drink at the pool. Are there any fabulous or secret drinks at the HRH pool?
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They used to have a drink called Sweet Home Alabama at the pool bar. This was years ago! I hope the still make it--- we'll be staying at the HRH early next month.
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The "Strawberry Fields mojito" was mentioned recently on their Facebook page.
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Old 01-21-2015, 11:08 AM   #1029
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Does a deluxe queen room with a sleeper sofa work for 2 adults and 4 little ones?
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only 5 allowed in the deluxe rooms.

you would need to book 2 rooms or one of the perhaps, suite parlors at pbh for a party of 6.
I just read on travelocity that this room has 2 queen bed and the pullout is large, like a king size. So that sounds like it would easily sleep 2Adults and 4little kids. If kids stay free, does that mean it would be ok?
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I just read on travelocity that this room has 2 queen bed and the pullout is large, like a king size. So that sounds like it would easily sleep 2Adults and 4little kids. If kids stay free, does that mean it would be ok?
at hrh, the standard rooms only allows 5 people.


kids are included in the total occupancy for the room count.

even if you have a child under 12 months, it still counts as an occupant in the room.


parks tickets are not needed for children under 3, hotels are different with their rules.
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Can anyone tell me what type of lite breakfast foods there are at HRH? When staying at RPR we really liked the food selections down by the lobby in the am. I know there is the shop on the ground floor but with some food but I just remember going there for ice cream ( we stayed club lvl that trip so breakfast was taken care of.)
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