Booking 2 rooms -guarentee they are near each other?

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  1. Abibaby

    Abibaby Earning My Ears

    Jan 25, 2010
    There will be 6 (3adults /3 kids) of us going WDW in august 2011...I plan to book in early fall. We want to stay in POR - havent decided yet if we are requesting AB or the mansions...but my question is...If we book the rooms together can we ensure getting put close to each other? We plan to ask for connecting rooms but if that cant be accomodated for any reason do they at least get you close?? Does it / would it matter how we book the kids as far as getting a room close to each other? WE are thinking of booking all the kids with us in our room to ensure an AB room but want to make sure MIL wont get bumped the mansions if we do that...MIL isnt great on her own so we need to be close.
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  3. FlightlessDuck

    FlightlessDuck Pluto's personal nose scratcher

    Jun 20, 2006
    Last trip we had 11 people in 3 rooms and they were next to each other, and two were connected.

    But they told us up front there is no guarantee this will happen.

    Fax a request to the resort a 3 or 4 days before you arrive. I hear that helps.
  4. tink20

    tink20 DIS Veteran

    Mar 20, 2008
    At POR (in 2008) we had a GG. We had 4 rooms. I wanted 2 connecting and the other 2 close by. We got 2 connecting and one right next to that, but one was not real close to us, but was in the same buildiing and same floor.
  5. CanadianGuy

    CanadianGuy <font color=green><br><br><font color=blue>Me and

    Apr 24, 2006
    Ensuring groups that are traveling together wish to be room-close is a priority for Disney when assigning rooms.

    That said - it's never guaranteed. In the game of Tetris that IS assigning rooms ... it can be really difficult to avoid the 'dead space'..

    Note your reservation with the request when you make it (or anytime after) and ask again at check-in.

    Faxes used to be a 'hot way' to get room requests but most of them now end up in the trash. It's just too hard for the assignor to match up the requests with the actual reservations as they are downloaded etc.

    It accomplishes the exact same thing if you simply note your request on the reservation. If your MIL has a health issue that requires the closeness - indicate such.

  6. tinka-belle

    tinka-belle DIS Veteran

    Oct 31, 2008
    Have the CM cross reference both reservations as "travel with". This sort of acts like a Grand Gathering number, so the room assigners will know your parties should be close. Never any guarantees, but they will try to honor requests that are noted in the reservation. Faxed requests often don't get noted and rarely get to the right person!

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