Portofino Bay Hotel - anyone stayed in a suite?

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  1. Hodkys

    Hodkys Mouseketeer

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    We're currently booked into a Bay View room for 5 nights from 1st November. As a family of five we've been considering the amount of space we may need.

    We stayed at PBH as a family of four in May 2008. I was 6 months pregnant and loved the atmosphere at PBH. And the 'mum to be' spa treatment was lovely. Our daughter has just turned one and will be in a cot with the two boys sharing one of the double beds.

    We're a little concerned it's gonna be a bit of a squeeze. As the kids get bigger we'll probapbbly need to think about staying offsite but for this trip we'd like to stick with PBH. Hence the idea about changing to a kids suite - cost permitting!

    Has anyone stayed in a suite there and can tell us what it was like, and which floor, room numbers they'd recommend?

    Thanks
     
  2. rpbert1

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    We stayed in a King Suite, could have had a queen suite with 2 queen beds.
    Never been in a kids suite.
    The queen suite could be good for you as you have a double sofa bed in the living area as well as having a bathroom with shower in the Lounge area, plus your own bathroom in the queen room.
    lounge with sofa bed
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    thought i had more pics, if i find them will post.
    we had west wing floor 4 room 333its the king room and 335is the lounge and 337 would be the queen, this queen has a small balcony looking over the bay and piazza.
     
  3. Hodkys

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    Looks pretty roomy.

    Can I just check that when you gave your description of the suite layout - is the 'living area' and the 'lounge area' the same thing or separate?
     
  4. rpbert1

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    Yes thats the Lounge area [living area]and a separate bedroom with 2 queen beds. you can see layout of suites on UniversalOrlando website. Lounge area is pretty big
     

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