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Old 01-24-2011, 10:36 PM   #3736
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Ok. Quick question... with the 2 queen beds is there still room for a roll away bed?
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Old 01-24-2011, 10:51 PM   #3737
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Thanks so much! I was getting nervous! LOL!

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Can anyone confirm that the beds in a standard room are full-size or queen? I could swear I hear queen but from the pics they look like full to me. Thanks!
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Old 01-24-2011, 11:42 PM   #3738
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As for a roll-away bed, I think it would be too tight. IF I think of it, I'll try to get a photo of the room that will show you (somehow) the small amount of floor space with the two queens in the room.

Also.......we see several rooms on the bottom floor of Bldg. 4 near our part of Bldg. 6 (we are in 6308) that are NOT done (lights seem to be left on in them at night and blinds aren't closed)....still don't even have the walls done behind the sink area, so it seems strange that they are working on 5 already with 4 not totally done. We did seem the pulling old bathtubs out of Bldg. 5 today....and wheeling them on carts out to trucks in the parking lot.
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Old 01-25-2011, 01:32 AM   #3739
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The refurb room pics look BEAUTIFUL! I'm a huge fan of purple and I'm loving those bedspreads! Very fitting too, purple and gold, LSU colors!

DH and I just booked a weekend getaway at POFQ, we'll be checking in on Saturday, 2/5! For a last minute, relaxing weekend trip, I can't think of any place better than POFQ. We booked a king room, when we do online check-in I'll be requesting building 6 or 7 to hopefully get one of the refurb rooms but I'll be happy no matter where we are.
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As for a roll-away bed, I think it would be too tight.
Could you ask your mousekeeper, they should know if anyone does?

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Ok. Quick question... with the 2 queen beds is there still room for a roll away bed?
Haven't seen POFQ, but I know that people have put a roll-away in the rooms at CSR, which have had queens for a while.
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I have a piggy-back question to the roll-away bed question.

Has anyone used a twin air mattress in the queen POFQ rooms yet? If so, did it fit between the bed and door OK? We stayed at CSR (also queen beds) on our last trip, but were short a family member so we didn't bring our mattress. I should have measured the space between the bed and door for future reference, but didn't. We're hoping to bring our air mattress to POFQ.
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Old 01-25-2011, 10:05 PM   #3743
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Thanks for the roll away responses! I assume so... but POFQ has connecting rooms right?
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We are hoping to get a Pack N Play in our Queen room so I think it's going to be a tight squeeze for us! Good thing we are family right?!
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Old 01-26-2011, 07:23 AM   #3745
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We are hoping to get a Pack N Play in our Queen room so I think it's going to be a tight squeeze for us! Good thing we are family right?!
You'll have no problem fitting the pack n play - you could move the small chest under the coat hooks and put the pack n play there.
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We stayed at POFQ 1/15 - 1/22. We stayed in refurb Building 7, rm 7102. Our room was second from the corner, close to the parking lot, and off the circle drive. I don't know if it is a common pratice but the Disney buses were parked in the parking lot next to our room, waiting to be told were to go I guess. When you have 5 or more of those buses parked outside your room before 7 does not make a very good wake up call before you plan to get up. There also was a Mears bus parked in the circle drive very early.

Does anyone else hate the pillows. I swear I had a stiff neck every morning and tossed and turned everynight, even when I was dog tired. That is what I get for forgetting my own pillow, the only thing I forgot to bring. Only problem we had with the refurb room was there was a loose recepticle and the pillows. They did a great job. If we stay here again I will request not to be near the parking lot and remember my pillow.
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We stayed at POFQ 1/15 - 1/22. We stayed in refurb Building 7, rm 7102. Our room was second from the corner, close to the parking lot, and off the circle drive. I don't know if it is a common pratice but the Disney buses were parked in the parking lot next to our room, waiting to be told were to go I guess. When you have 5 or more of those buses parked outside your room before 7 does not make a very good wake up call before you plan to get up. There also was a Mears bus parked in the circle drive very early.

Does anyone else hate the pillows. I swear I had a stiff neck every morning and tossed and turned everynight, even when I was dog tired. That is what I get for forgetting my own pillow, the only thing I forgot to bring. Only problem we had with the refurb room was there was a loose recepticle and the pillows. They did a great job. If we stay here again I will request not to be near the parking lot and remember my pillow.
Their pillows have always bothered me. If we fly we usually rent a car for one day to go to the two Disney outlets and to eat at Sweet Tomatoes so we also make a quick trip to Wal-Mart for water and cheap ($2.50) pillows that are soft and a whole lot flatter than the ones at the resorts. If we have room in our luggage we take them with us, if not, we haven't lost a lot.

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Their pillows have always bothered me. If we fly we usually rent a car for one day to go to the two Disney outlets and to eat at Sweet Tomatoes so we also make a quick trip to Wal-Mart for water and cheap ($2.50) pillows that are soft and a whole lot flatter than the ones at the resorts. If we have room in our luggage we take them with us, if not, we haven't lost a lot.

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That is a great idea!

We had four adults in a room one year and we each had one pillow the first night - and we all woke up with sore necks. We asked for additional pillows and they only left two more - we got back to late - we decided we would flip for them - and the other two of us balled up our jackets and supplemented the one pillow.

By the third day, we had a sufficient amount.
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Guess we'll have to make sure to bring are own pillows.
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Are the pillows like the ones at POP?? I HATE those pillows! The pillows are much better at Wilderness Lodge but you are also paying more

That's a good idea about buying the $2.50 pillows..for $2.50, you can get a good nights sleep = good in my book!!
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