Okay, Poppers ...

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by blondinkaya, May 7, 2007.

  1. blondinkaya

    blondinkaya DIS Veteran

    Apr 30, 2007
    ... I read on one of the threads about requesting rooms. I had no idea I could do this (can you tell I'm a complete Disney newbie?).

    What decade/building would you recommend and why? And do I just call the resort and request a particular room? When do I do it? I'm totally clueless.

    BTW, I'll be there from 18-23 September. I'm probably more excited about it than my kids!

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  3. robinb

    robinb DIS Veteran

    Aug 29, 1999
    You can request a certain building by calling up Central Reservations and having it noted on your reservation. I stayed in the 50's section twice. I found it to be a good location, close to a quiet pool and also close to the main pool and food court.
  4. Kristina

    Kristina DIS Veteran

    Jan 17, 2004
    I second what robin said, we have stayed in the 50's building three times and loved it, nice and quiet for us! However people are generally happy whichever they get I'd think, as long as the walk isn't to long to Everything Pop! 50's lakeside or poolside is a good bet :thumbsup2 .
  5. thejollyfinn

    thejollyfinn - doing an old-time soft shoe -

    Apr 6, 2007
    We stayed 70's last fall - was great! Actually Kristina's right, most are happy in whatever section they stay at.

    Check out SPJammer's post here: (1/3 down the page)

    Great sky shots of the Pop Century resort. It'll give you an idea of where you might want to request. Just remember that about 5-6 days before you leave (Sept. 18 - same day as us!!!) phone the Pop Century directly and ask for a room request. That can't guarantee anything, but will try to accomodate.

    Good Luck and see you there!
  6. BamaFan121s

    BamaFan121s DIS Veteran

    May 15, 2006
    We've stayed in the 70's building:flower3: and the 80's building.:3dglasses They were both great, but we preferred the 80's location. I think it was one of the furthest buildings away, but was still a really close walk to the main area, but not right in the 'main stream' of all the noise and crowd. Anywhere you get in the resort, you are only about a 5 minute walk from everything.

    Have fun!:)
  7. tinktime

    tinktime Earning My Ears

    Feb 21, 2007
    ROOM 4444
    I'm not sure if this building falls in the "preferred" price catergory...
    But we loved it.. lakeview.. close walk to the lobby and main area.
    DD loved playdoh at the time.... so we HAD to stay in the giant playdoh
    The whole resort is nice... love the outer walk way... quiet, peaceful... and COLORFUL:thumbsup2 from the building of course
  8. bentleygirl22

    bentleygirl22 disney queen

    Apr 28, 2007
    we love the 50's
  9. mrsmom

    mrsmom <font color=green>Drinks P.C.'s in the C.C. at P.I

    Jul 27, 2000
    Just back we stayed in the 6O's and had room 4th floor room 5429 facing the lake and loved it , not far to walk and quiet too.
  10. KimWDW

    KimWDW Disney Obsessed!

    Mar 14, 2005
    You just call Disney and ask them to put your request on your reservation (don't call the hotel directly). You're not guaranteed to get what you want, though. I've requested 70's each time and got it twice (first and last times). The middle time I got 50's instead, but didn't mind. 50's was nice, too.
  11. Sandi

    Sandi A proud Spartans fan.

    Aug 17, 1999
    Were I you, I would not put in a request for a particular area. Sometimes that's just a set up for disappointment if you are not given your request. We were assigned to the 50's section in February and would love to be reassigned there for our upcoming August trip. We did not, however, make the request because I see so many people saying different sections are great (as this thread is doing) and I might be happily surprised by the 80's or elsewhere.

    I think it is different at some of the other resorts, but POP seems to have a great layout for everyone.

    Just my two cents.

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