1. pjtjm

    pjtjm Mouseketeer

    Mar 8, 2005
    I will be booking two, connecting rooms at the All Stars, and will request that one room have a king bed, and the other two doubles.

    If we book, say, Music, and they have no more king/double connecting, (or worse, no connecting!) can they look at the room inventory for at Sports and Movies to see if they can honor it over there? (I know it's just a request, but I'm hoping the odds would be better between the three resorts.)

    We've been to POP, got the King/Double combo over there (and liked it), but I wanted a change this time, (still need the value though). I don't care much which All Star we get, but the room/bed configuration matters a great deal to my DH.

    Any advice/experience would be appreciated!


    :goodvibes :goodvibes
  2. Sammie

    Sammie DIS Veteran

    Aug 20, 1999
    Sorry no, the only way they would move you is, if your resort is overbooked and they need to move you to one of the others to get a room.

    They would not move you for a request.
  3. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper Spent most of life GOLFING. Rest was just wasted.

    Aug 8, 2000
    1) Actually, you can request to move to ANY resort.
    2) Little known, but it is ALWAYS possible.
    3) Before or after check-in, or even mid-stay.
    4) The Front Desk can handle this for you, if there is a vacancy.
    5) Caveat - the room rate may not be the same.

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