Air Mattress in Pop

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  1. mitchsfan

    mitchsfan Earning My Ears

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    Leaving in about 80 days. :cool1:

    Four of us in a two bed room at Pop. Thinking about bring down an air mattress. Anyone use one at Pop?

    After looking at a picture of a room, if we move the table to the other side of the tv, that will leave plenty of room for the mattress. Is that right under the air conditioner?

    On the Unofficial Pop sticky, it says that the air mattress will not fit between the two beds. What about on either sides of the beds?

    Thanks in Advance
     
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  3. smitch425

    smitch425 DIS Veteran

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    A twin mattress will fit if everything is moved, but it will be very, very tight. It will have to be out of the way for housekeeping, as well. Personally, I would book a second room, but if that is not an option, be prepared to feel very cramped with that air mattress.
     
  4. HM

    HM My tag from the Tag Fairy is now too long to use.

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    You should be able to fit one between the bed and the outside wall with the window. Stand it up against the wall between the other bed and the bathroom wall during the day to keep it out of the way.
     
  5. justjoannj

    justjoannj Earning My Ears

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    A few years back my sister and i stayed at the Pop with my niece who was 4 at the time. We used a twin blow up for her to sleep on and it fit niecely between the outer bed and the door. We just picked it up in the morning.
     
  6. disnut8

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    Totally agree. There's enough space there. The only time you will need this is at night so it's not like it's going to be on the floor all day long. Just stand it up during the day and you are fine. I would suggest bringing your own sheets, though. Our granddaughter was quite comfortable on our air mattress.
     
  7. DisneyWisher

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    I haven't tried it at Pop but at All Stars we actually fit 2 air mattresses. My oldest DD came up a day earlier than planned. It was myself, DD16, DD23, DD25, DGD 5 months. No one wanted to share a bed so DD23's air mattress was between TV and a/c, DD16 was under the window. DGD pack and play was where the connecting door is. We moved the table and chairs into closet air. DD showed up around 9, was at the front by 7am to get her room. SIL was coming up later that day. DD16 air mattress was the aerobed (the other was a twin size from Walmart) so we deflated it each day and put it in a suitcase. We didn't want to risk putting a hole in it.
    Watch for the door stop on the floor. We covered it with 2 folded towels.
     

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