Connecting door question

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  1. Deb Quen of Colorado

    Deb Quen of Colorado Mouseketeer

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    Silly question perhaps... but how do the connecting doors stay open? Do I need to bring door stops or something to keep it open?
     
  2. Deb Quen of Colorado

    Deb Quen of Colorado Mouseketeer

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    3 searches later... why do I always have trouble choosing the proper search terms to get what I wants?? anyway... found that the rubber door stops work great and I can ask for them. I think we'll just stop at Target or where ever and get a few.
     
  3. mmouse37

    mmouse37 DCL Diva!!

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    Hint....sometimes it is easier to do a Google search for what you want instead of using the Dis search.

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  5. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    Your stateroom host will be happy to take care of this for you.
     
  6. weezyree

    weezyree Mouseketeer

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    We had adjoining staterooms with my in-laws and loved it. We were at first propping them open with magazines when the host used the rubber stoppers for us. When we wanted the door shut at night, we took our stopper up. In the morning, we would prop our door open so when they opened theirs they knew we were up too!! It was great having adjoining rooms as it seemed like double the space to get ready. When my oldest teen was in the bathroom and my hubby was in the shower (in otherwords our bathrooms were busy) I would pop on over to bathroom to use it!!! Nice!!!

    Enjoy!
     
  7. sjsjbrook

    sjsjbrook DIS Veteran

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    OUr stateroom host, propted the doors for us, we didn't have to worry at all about it.
     
  8. Donald_Quackers

    Donald_Quackers Quacktastic!

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    Sorry to nitpick, but to avoid confusion -- adjoining staterooms are just next to each other. Connecting rooms actually have the door inside the room that connects both of them.

    In the case of the Dream/Fantasy, if you have a verandah, they have doors that will let you connect the verandahs as well.
     

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