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  1. TinkerbellPA

    TinkerbellPA Earning My Ears

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    Hi! We are staying in a 2 bedroom dedicated villa at bcv in may. What does a dedicated room mean and do some of them have 2 queens in the 2nd bedroom instead of a bed and sleeper sofa? Any advice on asking for a certain location? Id like to face Epcot and be as close to the pool as possible!!
     
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  3. jennypenny

    jennypenny DIS Veteran

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    A dedicated 2bd means that there is only 1 front door (it's not really a 1bd and a studio as connecting rooms). Did you rent from a member? Some 2bd have 2Q and some do not, but it's guaranteed at booking--you book which one you want. You should be able to find out which one you're booked into.

    I think you can request "park view" but it's not a great view so don't get too excited. And it's not guaranteed. There aren't many great views at BCV. You can't get a room close to SAB--BC is between BCV and that pool, but you can ask for a room that faces the BCV pool, but then you won't get an epcot view.

    HTH
     
  4. Deb & Bill

    Deb & Bill DVC-Trivia Contest, Apr-2006: Honorable Mention

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    There are 25 dedicated two bedroom villas at BCV that have two queen beds in the second bedroom. These are usually booked up by members at 11 months out. The other dedicated two bedroom villas are a bit smaller and have one queen bed and a double sleeper sofa (similar to the studio, but no kitchenette). If you reserved on points and your reservation says dedicated with two queens, you got that. Otherwise, if it just says dedicated, you got the queen bed and double sleeper sofa set up.

    There aren't really any views to request at BCV. There are none that are called Theme Park View or Epcot view. It's luck of the draw.
     

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