Poly...room request? Concierge upgrade possible?

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  1. tige

    tige Earning My Ears

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    Well, we are about a week away from our vacation at the Poly and WDW! We originally reserved a Garden View room for $239/night with a code from mousesavers.com.

    Here are a few questions I have:

    After reading about the concierge though I am thinking that might be fun for our family. Is it possible to upgrade to concierge upon check-in? How much more would it be?

    Should we call a few days out to confirm our reservations and request a specific room for our Garden View reservation? I have already asked for a non-smoking room.

    Any suggestions on what to do/which room to request would be much appreciated! We can't wait!

    Thanks,

    tige
     
  2. rgionet

    rgionet Mouseketeer

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    bump!!:bounce:
     
  3. gepetto

    gepetto <font color="red">Actually thought WebmasterAlex w

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    Concierge books up pretty quickly at Polynesian. You would be better off calling and trying to reserve it now. In general it's usually $80-100 more/night.
     
  4. tige

    tige Earning My Ears

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    Yikes! That is quite a bit more than I expected. It makes sense though I suppose. That would put a hefty dent in our dining budget for the trip so I think we will pass on concierge this time around.

    So...with that in mind: Any recommendations on a GV room and/or building? Can I request it now or should we wait until check-in?

    Thanks everyone!

    :)

    tige
     
  5. princess angel

    princess angel **If You Can Dream It, You can Do It**

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    you can call and request a longhouse/room location abotu 4 days prior, or fax it in. and then also when you check in!

    I like Tokelau for a garden view, ask for a room closer to the beach, you may get a partial lagoon view!
    also Aoteaora (sp?) has excellent views, request to be on the side that faces the lagoon.

    have a great trip!

    Laura :)
     
  6. You can request it now and 3 days prior to arrival. However, in my experience early check-in is the best way to get a room you want. If you check-in late in the day you get whatever is left over.
     

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