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  1. southcarolina4

    southcarolina4 "I still want my dole whip,lady!!!"

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    I am planning a trip of 5..3 adults...2 children...one adult has kinda special needs(oxygen)..but does anybody know which resorts allow 5 to a room...how many of those have an actual bedroom in the room??

    or would i be better off to get 2 ROOMS AT A VALURE RESORT???

    any recommendations???
     
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  3. greenmickeyfanatic

    greenmickeyfanatic Swiping my Mickey Heads

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    i think you would be better off 2 rooms
     
  4. KingdomHearts

    KingdomHearts Married in Disney July 6th, 2006

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    I know that Port Orleans Riverside allows 5 as well as Caribbean Beach. Then I know GF and the YC also have rooms for 5. We went fown in November and stayed at the YC with a total of 5 people. They offer two queen beds then a comfy day bed.
    I would price it out, for two value rooms verses one delux room. It might be cheaper to just get the two rooms! Hope this helps!
     
  5. mikesmom

    mikesmom <font color=9999FF>Never pool hops without a licen

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    The only way you can get a room with an actual "bedroom" is with Fort Wilderness Cabins or with a DVC resort (BWV, BCV, OKW< VWL or SSR). They all have 1 bedroom accomodations with a "bedroom" (including a door that shuts).
     
  6. Groovee

    Groovee DIS Veteran

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    What about the suites at all star music?
     

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