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Old 02-23-2013, 03:48 PM   #1
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Pool Hopping

If we stay at at Port Orleans Riverside, can we pool hop to French Quarter? Also, could we pool hop to other moderate resorts, and maybe deluxe resorts. Thanks!
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You can use the pool at the French Quarter as POR & POFQ are sister resorts. But, you may not use the pools at any other resorts.
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If we stay at at Port Orleans Riverside, can we pool hop to French Quarter? Also, could we pool hop to other moderate resorts, and maybe deluxe resorts. Thanks!
Yes to POFQ (one of the few exceptions to resort pool hopping).

No to the other resorts. It's prohibited.

Check the pool hopping sticky at the top of the page.
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Thanks, that answers my question!
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Old 02-23-2013, 08:42 PM   #5
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French Quarter and Riverside are considered the same resort for all purposes except for when you actually book your room. It's basically two sections of one resort. So not only can you use the pools at either resort if you're a guest, you can use all of the services at each resort, including food courts and entertainment.

Of course, pool-hopping to other resorts is prohibited as others have stated above.
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French Quarter and Riverside are considered the same resort for all purposes except for when you actually book your room. It's basically two sections of one resort. So not only can you use the pools at either resort if you're a guest, you can use all of the services at each resort, including food courts and entertainment.

Of course, pool-hopping to other resorts is prohibited as others have stated above.
You can use the public areas, including food courts and entertainment, at any resort (even if you stay off-site). The only thing that's prohibited is pool-hopping between non-sister resorts.
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