Smoking Rooms @ All Stars Music

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  1. wilderness gal

    wilderness gal An official "Disney" Freak; "does anyone have chan

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    pirate: I need some help from the DIS Board Vets !!!! :wizard:

    My DH & I received a postcard for Value Rates for $59.00, our DS will be @ LSU @ Wind Chamber Band Camp in June so we decided to take advantage of this GREAT Rate & book a room @ the All Stars Music !!!! :Pinkbounc :jumping4: :jumping3:

    My question is: NO I DON'T SMOKE but........since we aren't getting the preferred rooms and we know these rooms are right near the dining area, what are the next best available rooms without being SMOKING ROOMS & aren't in the back 40???!!! I saw a map one day with what rooms were what & I can't find this information anywhere, so just needed someone's HELP !!! I've received SOOOOOO....... MUCH HELP on this board. :flower1:

    Thanks to anyone who can help me !!! :genie: :wizard:

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  3. travelin' tigger

    travelin' tigger DIS Veteran

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    You can put in a request for Jazz, or Broadway is just beyond Jazz and has great themeing.

    As far as smoking rooms, they are scattered throughout each section. When you request a section, just make sure it's noted that you want a non-smoking room.

    HTH!!! :wave:
     
  4. wilderness gal

    wilderness gal An official "Disney" Freak; "does anyone have chan

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    :wave: Thank you for your help !!!!

    another question; do all of the king size bed (rooms) @ All Star Music are they all disability rooms? pirate:
     
  5. travelin' tigger

    travelin' tigger DIS Veteran

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    I believe most, if not all, are handicap accessable.
     

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