Best room to request at WL

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  1. marshall4539

    marshall4539 Earning My Ears

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    Hi, we are going to WL in Sept and have booked a woods view. I am wondering what is the best room to request. We are hoping for connecting rooms (with my parents), and a good balcony. We would prefer a room on the 2-3 floor, but 4th floor would be ok too!
    What does everyone recommend!
    Thanks
     
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  3. kaytieeldr

    kaytieeldr Reserving the right to make jokes out of typos - b

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    "Lower floor, connecting rooms", or "connecting rooms, lower floor".
     
  4. fla4fun

    fla4fun DIS Veteran

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    Definitely put the connecting request first, so they know that is the most important.

    Then request a "open balcony" (I request a "closed balcony" because I like the privacy) or request a specific floor range like "2nd, 3rd, or 4th floor".

    Keep in mind that these are just requests and that you may have to sacrifice one or the other, although in September you have a pretty good chance of getting both. Be sure to ask about your request when you check in, in case you need to make any adjustments.
     
  5. Sue M

    Sue M DIS Veteran

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    I'd request north wing overlooking otter pond. Def open balcony. I hate those top floor solid wall balconies. Lets less light into the room, and you can't enjoy the view unless you stand up.
    We got one on a stay and I would have gone down to ask for another room, but my adult daughter liked it :sad2:
     

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