Room for 5

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  1. Elissajoy

    Elissajoy Mouseketeer

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    I am planning a trip to WDW for my children and myself. After making ressies for CSR for 6/16-6/20/08, my DH decided he wanted to go, plus my DD's best friend. Now my DH is not going !!!!! He went w/ us last year (Poly) and two years prior to that (AKL). Wish we had the $$$ to stay deluxe again, but saving for DD's college is now upon us !!!

    Does anyone have any reccommendations for a moderate resort for 1 adult, 2 16 year olds, one 12 year old and my DS age 6 w/ Down Syndrome. He usually sleeps w/ me and does not need his own bed. Thanks wonderful Dis'ers !!! :scared1:
     
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  3. SuzieN

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    The only mod you can stay at with 5 people in 1 room is POR. Their Alligator Bayou section has a trundle bed that pulls out from underneath the regular bed that a 5th can sleep on. I have stayed there twice and it is a beautiful resort!:thumbsup2
     
  4. Perditamarie

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    Port Orleans - Alligator Bayou has trundle beds that allow 5. Also, deluxes (except most AK and WL) also allow up to 5....hopefully you will have a code associated w/your name! I have read on the boards that the trundle can be a little small, so you may want to also consider the family suites at ASMU. The kitchenette and 2 bathrooms would come in handy, and there is room for dh if he changes his mind again! Happy planning.
     
  5. Native NYer

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    What about a family suite at All Star Music? You'll get 2 full bathrooms!
    Another option is POR. The rooms in the Alligator Bayou section can accomodate up to 5 people because of the trundle bed. See which one would be cheaper for your stay.
     
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    Family Suites at All Star Music vs. POR

    The Family Suites run about $35 more than a standard room at POR-AB.

    Comparisons:


    The Family Suites has 2 seperate sleeping areas.
    POR has 1.

    The Family Suites are 520 square feet.
    POR is 314 square feet.

    The Family Suites has 2 bathrooms.
    POR has 1 bathroom.

    The Family Suites have 2 dressing areas with a privacy curtain.
    POR has 1 dressing area with a privacy area.

    The Family Suites have 2 sinks( 1 each next to the bathrooms), 2 closets, 2 safes, & 2 hair dryers.
    POR has 2 sinks ( a double) .1 closet,1 safe, and 1 hair dryer.

    The Family Suites have a kitchette with a nice storage area,lots of counter space, a microwave , paper plates & bowls, plastic ware, can opener, Paper towels, fridge,& coffeee pot.
    POR has a fridge &a coffee pot.

    The Family Suites -Sleeps up to 6 (plus one child under age 3 in a Pak-n-Play crib)
    POR-Sleeps up to 5 (plus one child under age 3 in a Pak-n-Play crib)

    The Family Suites--Queen bed, full-size pullout sofa, convertible ottoman & chair sleepers (4 separate sleepers) & 2 TVs.
    POR has 2 double beds and a trundle bed&1 TV.

    The Family Suites -Studio amenities and separate sleeping areas giving more privacy than a standard room.
    POR is a standard room.

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    Here is the layout of POR:

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    Family Suite layout
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    Here are some photos of the POR room with the trundle bed from Allearsnet:

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    the trundle bed

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    Here are some photos from the DIS resort website:

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    Have fun at Disney wherever you choose to stay!:wizard:
     

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