Coffeemakers in YC Standard Room

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  1. MtnRose23

    MtnRose23 Earning My Ears

    Feb 28, 2008
    Does anyone know what type of coffeemaker is in YC Standard Rooms? I read through the BC/YC Thread and it said the rooms had the new Cuisinart Pod Coffeemakers. Since I couldn't find those pods to take with me, I asked Garden Grocer to add it to my grocery list. GG told me she called YC Housekeeping and was told they still have the regular coffeemakers and not the pods. I called YC and was told the same thing. :confused3 Has anyone been there recently and can confirm? Thanks so much!
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  3. babyberger

    babyberger DIS Veteran

    Jul 16, 2012
    I want to say that when we were there in Sept it was the Cuisinart pods, I am almost positive!!!!!

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  4. natebenma

    natebenma DIS Veteran

    Jul 19, 2008
    This is the post from Page 1 of the Yacht & Beach Club FAQ thread (Other Useful Information). As far as I know, this information is accurate.

    What kind of coffeemakers are in the resort rooms?

    As of October 2011, the drip coffee makers in the BC and YC resort rooms were replaced.

    The regular resort rooms and club level rooms (including Deluxe Rooms) now have the Cuisinart Double Pod Machines:

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    Thanks for the photos Rorey, Cinderumbrella and MickeyT!

    Here is what I believe are in the rooms currently. Anyone who has been there more recently, please correct this info if it is wrong:

    All regular (non-club level) rooms: Cuisinart Pods

    All standard club level rooms, all views (standard meaning non-suite), including Deluxe Club Level Rooms: Cuisinart Pods

    Suites (1 BR, 2 BR, VP, Presidential Suites): Keurig K-cup

    Beach Club Villas- Mr. Coffee-type makers (4 cup for studio, 10 cup for 1BR, 2BR)

    I think this applies to both BC and YC- again, let me know if I am wrong!

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