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Old 02-16-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Can a family of 5 stay in a standard or Club Level room at AKL? Not a deluxe or suite. Kids ages are are 3-10. Thx!
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If the three-year old sleeps in the pack and play, then five can stay in the room.

Club level rooms and standard rooms are the same size.
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If the three-year old sleeps in the pack and play, then five can stay in the room.

Club level rooms and standard rooms are the same size.
Sorry, no. Once the youngest hit three, they counted towards room occupancy. Occupancy in the standard rooms at AKL is four, not five. The youngest would need to be under three to not count.

osugal, you would need a suite/deluxe room or at a minimum an AKV one bedroom villa (not a value villa).
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Sorry, no. Once the youngest hit three, they counted towards room occupancy. Occupancy in the standard rooms at AKL is four, not five. The youngest would need to be under three to not count.
This is correct. WL and AKL only accommodate 4 + 1 under the age of 3 in a standard room.
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:07 PM   #5
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If the three-year old sleeps in the pack and play, then five can stay in the room.

Club level rooms and standard rooms are the same size.
Its under 3 years old not 3 years old and under. You have one too many.
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