A Couple BWV Questions

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  1. CaliforniaDreaming

    CaliforniaDreaming #1 Grand Floridian Fan/Expert

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    Does anyone know when the DVC Sales Office will be removed to create villas 1001-1010? These rooms are listed on the resort map (it lists "1001-1014" so I assume 1012/1014 are current villas with no 1013 since Big River Grille would be there).

    Also, when will all the studios get the coffee tables? Anyone have a picture of the new coffee table?

    And, finally, are any of the BW pools open 24 hours? For some reason, I remember the sign saying that they closed at a certain time.

    Thanks! ;)
     
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  3. DebbieB

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    The odd numbers face the boardwalk, the even numbers in that area would face the swan/dolphin. 1001 to 1014 was on the map I have from over a year ago, so I don't think it indicates anything about the new rooms.
     
  4. CaliforniaDreaming

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    There never were rooms 1001-1010, were there? I'm pretty sure 1001-1003-1005-1007-1009 is the welcome center & a model 2BR, and 1002-1004-1006-1008-1010 are VWL/BCV/SSR models & offices (I remember going into an office during our DVC sales presentation, but I can't remember exactly where it was in there).

    I'm just curious as to why they've had 1001-1014 listed as room #'s for the past couple years.

    Now, when I was there a couple weeks ago, it appeared that they had a DVC Kiosk set up where 1001 would be. Would they continue to have this there instead of a villa?
     
  5. lurontravel

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    To answer your question in reference to when the pools close, all WDW pools close at 10:00 pm each night. I suspect b/c there are guest rooms near each of the pools,and WDW felt that 10:00 pm was a fair time to stop the potential noise from the pool for those guests.
















    ;00 was a fair time.
     
  6. CaliforniaDreaming

    CaliforniaDreaming #1 Grand Floridian Fan/Expert

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    For some reason, I remember the GF quiet pool being open 24 hours. And, while I'm not sure what time it closes, in January, we had a courtyard view at WL, and there was noise coming from people in the pool well past 1AM. Kinda makes you wonder!
     
  7. CarolMN

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    The slide always closes when the lifeguards leave for the day. The time varies with the season.

    We were told that it is possible to use the pools 24 hours a day as long as you are quiet and do not disturb other guests (which means as long as no one complains, I guess, LOL).

    I have seen CMs ask people to leave later in the evening - and deservedly so because they were very noisy. It was near midnight and we were enjoying the hot tub.

    Best wishes -
     
  8. CaliforniaDreaming

    CaliforniaDreaming #1 Grand Floridian Fan/Expert

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    Thank you, Carol! You are always so helpful! ;)
     
  9. DB Washington

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    This was useful information, thanks folks.
     
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    I remember last year when 20K or more points were made available to members at Boardwalk (and we purchased an add-on there and at BCV) that there was a "rumor" that the sales office at BWV was going away. I couldn't believe that they would part with such a prime sales area. Not as many folks walk by or into the BCV model. So it must really have been a rumor because when we were there in April I noted that the Boardwalk sales office was busier than ever selling Saratoga units. It's a great location. Guest rooms there would have to live with quite a bit of noise.....
     
  11. DebbieB

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    They moved the main sales office to SSR when it opened in May.
     
  12. CaliforniaDreaming

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    I went to the new sales office at SSR, and it is beautiful inside. Much nicer, IMHO, than the one at BWV was. :)
     

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