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Old 05-25-2014, 05:36 PM   #1
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2 seperate rooms or a 1bd villa?

What is better - getting 2 connecting rooms or having a 1 bd villa? We will be traveling with our 2 boys. Yes, with it just being the 4 of us, we can fit in a regular room, but we like our space. We usually stay at Embassy Suites when we go places and the kids sleep on the pullout couch. Is there a reason you like getting 2 rooms (connecting) or a 1 bd villa? We would really like to stay at Poly, but until it is complete, we are looking around. Thanks!
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Old 05-25-2014, 05:37 PM   #2
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What is better - getting 2 connecting rooms or having a 1 bd villa? We will be traveling with our 2 boys. Yes, with it just being the 4 of us, we can fit in a regular room, but we like our space. We usually stay at Embassy Suites when we go places and the kids sleep on the pullout couch. Is there a reason you like getting 2 rooms (connecting) or a 1 bd villa? We would really like to stay at Poly, but until it is complete, we are looking around. Thanks!
I'd book a 1-bedroom as connecting rooms aren't a guarantee. The room assigner will do their best to accomodate the request but there's always a chance that you and DS1 will be assigned to a room down the hall from DH and DS2.
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Old 05-25-2014, 06:18 PM   #3
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2 rooms gets you 4 beds and two bathrooms. A 1 BR DVC villa in most locations will get you a king bed, a sofa bed, a full kitchen, and a washer/dryer and one bathroom. Some DVC resorts will also have a sleeper chair and an extra bathroom.

As the PP said, connecting rooms are not guaranteed.
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