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Old 06-19-2008, 03:41 AM   #76
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Breakfast is basic but everything you need. Rolls, pastries, jams, ham and cheese, cereals yoghurt. You can pay for a cooked breakfast (about 7E i think, but don;t hold me to that.)

I'm sure i've read on here that there is wi-fi, but not in the bedrooms, in the lounge area downstairs, but it's very ncie down there and will be quiet in the mornings.
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I don't mind going to the lounge area at all!
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Old 06-19-2008, 08:22 AM   #78
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How many of you have succesfully checked in here before 3pm?

We arrive on the direct disney eurostar (so I recon we'll get to SL about 12.45/1pm) do you think we'll get in our room?

Also, should we get the bus (is it near the station, I've only ever walked...) or jsut walk through the village...?
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:05 AM   #79
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How many of you have succesfully checked in here before 3pm?

We arrive on the direct disney eurostar (so I recon we'll get to SL about 12.45/1pm) do you think we'll get in our room?

Also, should we get the bus (is it near the station, I've only ever walked...) or jsut walk through the village...?
I'm considering booking Disney Express service so we can dump our cases and go straight to the park.

If not then we'll just walk through the village as it's not very far but it depends how much stuff you're taking with you! I'm only figuring that knowing my luck we could have walked by the time a bus appears.

If you can't check in yet then you can leave your bags in the luggage room.
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:07 AM   #80
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Cool, I just don't know if the Express is worth £30.....

I'm tempted to get the bus there so we don;t rush thourhg the village bumping our caes ito things. My bf hasn't been before and I'd like al his 1st time experiences to be nice and leisurely...
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:15 AM   #81
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Cool, I just don't know if the Express is worth £30.....
Exactly what I'm thinking! It is a lot of money. I'll wait until closer to the time and if I have a £30 going spare then I'll book it. Would be fantastic just to run straight into the park and not worry about going back to the hotel before leaving but we'll see. I'll just tell myself how it would work out an extra hour or so in the parks.
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:19 AM   #82
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Disney express is £15 per person. I'm adding this to my booking for January. Dont think you have to pay for children, not 100% sure.
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Old 06-19-2008, 09:25 AM   #83
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yeah, but theres 2 of us....so £30 as I'm paying it all *** its a birthday present trip....
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Old 06-19-2008, 12:35 PM   #84
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How many of you have succesfully checked in here before 3pm?

We arrive on the direct disney eurostar (so I recon we'll get to SL about 12.45/1pm) do you think we'll get in our room?

Also, should we get the bus (is it near the station, I've only ever walked...) or jsut walk through the village...?
We arrived by eurostar and our room was ready when we checked in we weren't expecting it - just lucky I suppose.
We did use the bus (easy to find - right outside the station), again I think we were just lucky enough to get on board and set off in a minute or 2. Don't think it saved much time compared to walking but did save us dragging our suitcases and did drop us off at reception ( I found navigating around SL a little confusing to start with but then I have NO sense of direction!
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Our friends are staying at Sequoia Lodge next week in a Montana room. They have a minibar but would like to know if there is room in the minbar to store fresh milk for their 18 month old.

Can non hotel guests swim in the pool, as we are not staying at the same hotel as them. We have AP's so are able to park at the hotel to visit them.

Also is it ok for guys to wear swimshorts in the pool there?
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Old 07-25-2008, 03:57 AM   #86
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Swimshorts are fine in the pool.
Non-hotel guests can't use the pool though.
I don't know about room for baby's milk, sorry.

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Montana Room Minibar

Hi, the mini bar will hold a few baby bottles or the cartons of ready made milk so you should be OK. We have stayed there twice before and used the minibar as a chiller for milk etc. There are also ice macines on each floor so you can fill your sink and store bottles etc in there if you need extra storage. The ice machines are in little rooms with doors the same as the rooms so they can be hard to spot (just follow the signs at the start of each corridor) they are free for the guests to use.

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Old 07-25-2008, 04:23 AM   #88
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Non-hotel guests can't use the pool though.

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What do you show to access the pool then? Just your room key or do they write down your room number?

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Old 07-25-2008, 04:31 AM   #89
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What do you show to access the pool then? Just your room key or do they write down your room number?
When you check in you get given a hotel id card, this is what is needed to use the facilities. It is due to insurance reasons that non hotel guests can't use the pool.

If the ice machine aren't working just pop down to the bar with your ice bucket & they will fill it for you no problem.

Just a word of warning the mini bars maybe electronic so it will charge you even if you just move stuff about to put the milk in.
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Just a word of warning the mini bars maybe electronic so it will charge you even if you just move stuff about to put the milk in.
That's what we wanted to know because whenever we've stayed at a hotel room in this country with a minibar there is usually a small empty space where guests to put their own things.
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