Just back so I will be brief. Bring X-14 mold killer if you go to the hotel. BLACK MOLD, RED mold, Green mold all in the bathroom and in the kitchenette area. Floors always damp, AC set to 50 to keep it from growing I guess. We were in room 555 the first night, didn't get there until 3 pm, waited in line to check in for an hour, and I started sneezing within 5 minutes of arrival but we were busy and didn't notice how bad the mold was in the bathroom. When we got back at 12:30 and saw how bad it was I called guest services but no one answered and we were exhausted so I gave up. The next morning I asked for an air cleaner to help with my allergies but was told tht they didn't have anything to do that but I could change rooms when one was cleaned. So we changed to room 1449 for the second night. Again, we were rushed and were on our way out the door for the sliming (cool) the show (good) and then Epcot for Dinner. Got back at 12:00 and saw the mold again. And the toilet was leaking all over the floor leaving and the handle was broken. BAD BLACK MOLD behind the toilet. Worse that the first room, and by now I can't stop sneezing and sniffling. But my son was in need of sleep so I just made do since it was late and no one again answered the call to guest services. Next morning my son's nose was bleeding. He takes 5 different meds for allergies and asthma and that was the last straw for me. I walked to the front desk at 10 am and asked for a manager. The manager was quick to empathize and find me a room and he asked me if I wanted to go look at it first to make sure it was ok. We went to room 1320 for the last night and this room was clean, mold free except in the tile grout in the shower. Discovered that pressing 0 will get to the front desk at night because we needed the toilet fixed the last night. All in all, check the bathroom and see if there is mold. Odd rooms face the parking lots and 1-4, even numbered rooms generally face the pools. Food court is massively busy at 6 pm - wait for food was excessively long. And worst of all, the pool was cool looking but so COLD my husband wouldn't go in at all, and I walked in to my thighs. Ms son was hapy in the slides but was frigid when we got him out. No more heat for the water since it is summer and it was cloudy all weekend so the water didn't get heated. Oh and don't expect to have anywhere to put your things while swimming, all the chairs are taken up with personal effects by 8 am, and the lifeguards do go around and move wet towels of chais so new guests can have a place to be, but we just found 1 chair and walked it around with us. Sponge Bob, Patrick, and Squidward are in the Mall area daily for pictures if you don't wat to buy the character breakfast. Oh, and if you decide to let the kids go to the Dora, Blue's clues, or Spongebob $35 party a break for yourself for an hour, think again. They all require adult supervision and a fee of $15 per adult attending. This was an experience my son was looking forward too, and we made sure he had a god time. He didn't ever suspect how upset I was with the rooms and we made it into an adventure for him bymaking a game out of which characters would be on the walls... He had a wonderful time and already wants to go back. I won't stay there again, however.