BWV Studio Too Much for One Person?

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  1. Epcot242

    Epcot242 DIS Veteran

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    Do you think it is? I originally was going to go with the ASMu or Pop, but then found out about renting points. I figured an extra $80 (rough estimate in difference between Value 5 night stay and renting points amount) is a small price to pay for a great room (not like the Values don't have great rooms, the BWV just has more to offer in a room) and the location, which to me, is very important. So what do you think? Am I going overboard? :confused3
     
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  3. 1000th happy haunt

    1000th happy haunt <font color=green>My source is knowledgable, but u

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    If you don't treat yourself well, who else will do it for you?

    If you want a BWV studio, then go for it! I'm sure you'll enjoy the extra room over a value, and having a kitchenette is fantastic. You can stock up on things like bottled water, orange juice, milk, something for breakfast, etc.
     
  4. ryanally

    ryanally Mouseketeer

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    I say go for it! As a DVCer, we love the studios. Love having a small fridge and microwave if you don't want to go out for breakfast. Rooms don't feel too huge that you would feel lonely. And you are right... can't beat the location.
     
  5. msteddom

    msteddom <font color=blue>We always wait in line in Califor

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    Go for it! I stayed in a BCV studio as a solo, and I really enjoyed it. I liked the BWVs eneven better though, so go and enjoy that wonderful resort!


    Melissa
     
  6. Simba's Mom

    Simba's Mom <font color=green>everything went to "H*** in a ha

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    I've stayed in a BWV studio solo several times, and I think it's perfect. It's just like having your own little place. When we first joined DVC, I expected to stay at the moderates on my solo trips because, as you asked, I thought that BWV studios would be "too much" for me. But DH, bless his heart, talked me into it ("you deserve it") and I LOVED it. Now I try to always stay at studios at BWV or BCV.
     
  7. princesstommi

    princesstommi Once upon a time...

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    Not going overboard at all. I think a studio villa would be lovely for a solo trip. They're not a whole lot bigger than a regular resort room, but with the fold-out couch and the kitchenette, I think it would be a perfect home away from home for you. And you can't beat the location!
     
  8. InstImpres

    InstImpres DIS Veteran

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    Here's another vote for a solo studio stay.

    Enjoy
     
  9. DebbieB

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    I stayed in a BCV studio by myself last month. It was perfect!
     
  10. byoung

    byoung <font color=coral>You are keeping us alive<br><br>

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    BWV studio gets my vote. You better watch out though renting points can get you hooked, I did and now own.
     
  11. Epcot242

    Epcot242 DIS Veteran

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    OK, OK, BWV it is. You guys twisted my arm. Thanks. :)
     

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