BCV Recommended Rooms/Views

Discussion in 'Purchasing DVC' started by dreamscometrue, Sep 11, 2003.

  1. dreamscometrue

    dreamscometrue Mouseketeer

    May 29, 2003
    Hi there!! Getting ready to book our first trip home to BCV next August and thought that there was a link to a site breaking down the room #'s and views from the BCV. Of course now that I need it, I can't locate it. Any help finding the link would be appreciated as would any suggested rooms. Thanks so much!!!
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  3. jdkdorn

    jdkdorn Disneyholic and SSR/BCV DVC Member

    Aug 6, 2002
    We stayed in a great studio last week, room 544 has a great view of the Epcot Globe and is very quiet. Down below you have a lovely courtyard. If you are in a one bedroon 546 was a one bedroom with the same view and it was a 2bdr lockoff with our room if needed. Have a great trip
  4. travelbug

    travelbug DIS Veteran

    Mar 4, 2001
    We enjoyed studio #427. It overlooked the wooded area, and had an excellent view of Illuminations. We could sit on the balcony, watch Illuminations, and hear the music perfectly. Was also nice and close to the elevators.
  5. InstImpres

    InstImpres DIS Veteran

    Oct 3, 1999
    Here is a link with some room reports and it will give you some view comments. http://members.aol.com/InstImpres/beachclub.pdf
    This will give you an idea of “sectional views”. It is extremely difficult to ask for a specific room (as well as trying on the CM’s). With the new room ready policy, guests have reported getting several choices at check-in and this may than help

    The file is in adobe acrobat and which can be downloaded from this site for free:

    Good luck
  6. Credit Man

    Credit Man <font color=teal>Love the shark reef<br><font colo

    Feb 18, 2000
    We were in a studio, room 222. It had the best view of Illuminations. It was also low enough that you could not see the road.

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