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Old 05-06-2013, 11:33 AM   #1
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Help with Moderate Resorts?

We had planned on staying in a 2br Beach Club villa but they are excluded from the FD and RO discount this September ~ which I'm not happy about. So, I want to change to something and save us some money. It took me forever to decide on BC but I only looked at 2br, so I feel like I'm starting over. It will be me, dh, my mom and dad, dd5, dd4, and ds1 so I think 2 connecting rooms would work great. What resorts do you like/suggest for our family? Thanks!!
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:32 PM   #2
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I love Port Orleans French Quarter and Riverside they have queen size beds. C. Beach is a nice resort I think it is a little cheaper but the rooms only have full size beds. The cabins are nice they have a full kitchen 1 bedroom with full size bed and two bank beds living room has a pull down Murphy bed.
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:39 PM   #3
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Connecting rooms are never guaranteed. You do have the right party composition to fit in a single Gort Wilderness Cabin, or a Coronado Springs suite (which also may not be included in discounts) or a Wilderness Lodge suite (which probably is) or an Art of Animation suite (which very likely is. Or you could just go for two rooms at the Beach Club, or if smaller BCV units are available on the discounts, try for a studio and a one-bedroom or two one-bedrooms.
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