AKL Club Level - View??

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  1. Wazzo

    Wazzo <font color=red>Is in need of a No Way Jose!<br><f

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    Hello! :goodvibes

    We are thinking about a trip to the AKL club level, and I had some questions.

    Are you guaranteed a savannah view at the club level? (The booking states a "standard room", so I wanted to make sure!) If so, which savannahs do they overlook?

    Are there any rooms with king beds?

    Thanks so much!! :thumbsup2
     
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  3. heidijanesmith

    heidijanesmith DIS Veteran

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    We also booked Standard Club level at AKL. I was told by IPO office at AKL, all club rooms have Arusha Savannah views.

    I am not sure about the king bed availability. We asked for bunk beds, as we have two teenagers.
     
  4. DebbieB

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    Except villas. There are 5 two bedroom DVC lockoffs on the 6th floor. 3 are sunset savanna view, 2 are pool view.
     
  5. Wazzo

    Wazzo <font color=red>Is in need of a No Way Jose!<br><f

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    Thank you! We definitely don't need a villa, so it is nice to know that an Arusha Savannah view is guaranteed. I will request a king and see what happens.

    Thanks, again.
     
  6. jaykorf001

    jaykorf001 DIS Veteran

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    We are staying CL AKL in June in a standard club level room. It will be an Arusha view (think all stds are) and the itinerary planner was unable to tell me for sure but I think it will be two queens vs a king + something else. It was so confusing. Someone on this board was kind enough to guide me. We paid a little extra for club as we wanted Arusha and club afforded us that and the ability to book the Sunrise Safari.
     
  7. toodycat

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    We did the same in 2010 for DH's 50th. The Sunrise Safari is totally worth it.
     

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