Looking for info on Junior Suite at Coroando Springs

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  1. DisneyBliss7

    DisneyBliss7 ''Wish upon a star''

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    We are booked at the AoA from Sept 28th-Oct 5th. I'm debating on switching to Coroando Springs. We are staying in the Lion King family suite at AoA. If we switch to CS we would stay in the Junior suite. I looked on their website but I can't find the info I'm looking for....How many bathrooms are there? And what type of kitchen area does it have? I know our room at AoA has a mini fridge,microwave, and coffee maker. Is it worth switching? My main reason for the switch is the pool. My dd's really wanted to go to a water park or at least have a water slide at our resort. They aren't complaining at all about AoA but I like to try my best to make all the kids happy. The water parks just aren't in the budget for us on this trip plus my three younger kids wouldn't like the water park. I know little to nothing about CS so any info would be appreciated. Thanks:)
     
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  3. StitchandPooh'sMom

    StitchandPooh'sMom <font color=magenta>Now if only I could think of s

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    The junior suites at CSR are two rooms put together, so they are a little over 600 square feet. The bedroom has either a king bed or two queen beds. The living room has a foldout queen sofa. There are two bathrooms. They have a fridge and coffeemaker. I'm not sure about the microwave in the junior suites, but microwaves are available on request at CSR at no charge for any room (first come, first served).

    You can see some pictures of the junior suite here:

    http://www.disboards.com/showpost.php?p=46745264&postcount=2

    We have stayed at CSR several times and have always been pleased with our stay. My kids love the pool and slide, and we have had great bus service. We visited AoA on our last trip and it looks very fun, but not as serene and relaxing as CSR. For us, CSR is a better fit, but my kids would like to try AoA sometime.

    You can find lots of CSR info here:

    http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=3023399
     
  4. Missytara

    Missytara I'm all ears!

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    CSR has a wonderfully maintained thread with lots of info about the resort.
     

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