Big difference between Tower & Garden at CR?

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  1. Lynn Walters

    Lynn Walters Earning My Ears

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    We are booked in the garden wing for next Easter. This is the first time staying at this resort. Can any previous guest tell me all great difference between the Tower and Garden. Also, if I stay in the Garden which room should I request? (FYI kids ages 2, 8, 17) Thanks again :cool1:
     
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  3. rcraw45425

    rcraw45425 <font color=darkorchid>I'm a 43 year old mom with

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    We have stayed in both and found no difference in the rooms in terms of size, decor, etc. the tower rooms DO have balconies, but if you request and obtain a ground floor wing room you get a patio. The upper floors of the wings have sliding doors that have a rail, like a step out, no balcony.

    ETA: I'd keep the rewuest simple, close to tower, ground floor (if you'd like a patio). THe patio rooms are nice because you can open the door and let your kids play in the grass.
     
  4. AJKMOM

    AJKMOM DIS Veteran

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    The biggest difference is the view, that's what you are paying extra for.
     
  5. MissMet

    MissMet DVC Member, former NY Mets Season Tkt Holder & Blo

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    tower room = balcony, short indoor walk to monorail, walk to buses are mostly indoor & covered when outside, very convenient to shops & food, AMAZING view

    garden = patio (if on ground floor), probably a little quieter & more relaxed atmosphere

    IMO I would only stay in a tower room. It's just so magical & convenient!
     

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