ROYAL PACIFIC RESORT Information

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  1. crostorfer

    crostorfer Gryffindor Gal

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    YES!!! Some of the games were for the kids only, but a lot of them allowed adults to play for cocktails as well! :cool1:
     
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  3. crostorfer

    crostorfer Gryffindor Gal

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    The Keurig and the K-cups were complimentary. Don't touch that FIJI water though, it was $7 per bottle! The left hand sideboard with the water and the cookies and nuts was all charge items. My daughter made a beeline for the water and cookies when we first walked in and I literally shouted, "NOOOOOOOOOOOO!"
     
  4. JessicaR

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    Yeah, it's like the candy stand at the check - out in the grocery store! Not fair for kids. :)

    Beautiful pictures!
     
  5. englishrose47

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    I am declining the key for the fridges in the 5 rooms and will request all items that cost anything are removed from the room !! $7 a bottle is ridiculous !!!
     
  6. Echo queen

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    Good idea, my son had the $9 nuts open before I could stop him.:scared: he doesn't evan like nuts:crazy2:
     
  7. smidgy

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    I sure wish they would replace that fridge with the pricey items with a usable fridge. always amazed me that for the price they charge,there is no mini fridge, at least.

    (whilel I'm at it, balconies would be nice, too:thumbsup2)
     
  8. Piglet99645

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    When I last stayed at nice hotels....... I asked them to empty the fridge so I could use it.

    Tacky? I guess I don't care. Anybody tried that?
     
  9. JessicaR

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    They charge to empty it - anywhere from $25-$35. I have seen many tripadvisor posts on the subject.

    You can rent a fridge for a fee or get a Styrofoam cooler (that's what we always do) and keep it filled with ice.
     
  10. Piglet99645

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    Good to know.

    And wow.
     
  11. englishrose47

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    What about the stuff they leave on the counter that costs ?? Can you take that to the front desk or will they charge for doing that????
     
  12. JessicaR

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    You can request that stuff be removed and they will - free of charge. :)
     
  13. englishrose47

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    I definately will as there is no way I can keep an eye on 5 rooms all the time !!!!
     
  14. beaprn

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  15. bumbershoot

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    If you get the styrofoam, keep it in the tub! I've had two coolers leak so far. :scared:


    Also, if you have a medical need for a fridge, the fee is waived.
     
  16. macraven

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  17. englishrose47

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    Just back from my first trip !! RPR is gorgeuos , I will be posting more as soon as possible . Special thanks to macraven for her help , we were all on the same floor and all next to each other .
     
  18. smidgy

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    can't wait to hear!!!!
     
  19. JessicaR

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    Welcome back can't wait to read all about your trip! :thumbsup2
     
  20. Tedrowa

    Tedrowa Earning My Ears

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    Heading to the RPR club level on Saturday for a week. Hoping to provide a live trip report next week.
     
  21. englishrose47

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    I haven't yet got my pix of the resort up yet !! We were in Tower 1 level 3 right off the lobby, and close to Orchid Court restaurant , where we enjoyed breakfast a couple of mornings. The guys LOVED the Pool and the afternoon Bingo was a BIG hit . The water Taxis were awesome and we seldom waited long, infact we seemed to hit them all the time!!!
     

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