Ladies and Gentlemen, My name is Fred and I would like to take this time to welcome everyone to the latest and greatest installment of the Wilderness Lodge FAQ! I have the great honor of being the one to start the next in a long saga of threads dedicated to information about Disney's Wilderness Lodge Resort. Inside you will find a wealth of information from many people that have already stayed once and in many cases numerous times. We call them "Wilderness Lodge Vets". So pull up a seat and get ready to read. There's always something happening. Imagine yourself sitting in a rocking chair in the corner of the Majestic (had to add that one!) lobby in front of the fireplace. The soft western music playing in the background lifts your spirits after a long day at the parks. You grab your refillable mug and take a long sip then sit back and soak in the view all around. Suddenly your gaze is directed towards the Whispering Canyon Cafe as the latest sucker...ahem....person is tortured for asking for ketchup. This is the place we call home. What better way to keep it in our thoughts than to share our experiences with each other. So, without further adieu, I present to you, The Wilderness Lodge Vets and our friendly FAQ. Welcome Home.... The first installment started by Kimmar067 (Hi Kim!) back in April of 2002 can be found here: NEW Wilderness Lodge FAQ!! The second installment can be found here: NEW (and IMPROVED, if THAT's possible!)Wilderness Lodge FAQ The third installment can be found here: Like the Phoenix, out of the ashes arises THE NEWEST WL FAQ! (Part 3) The fourth installment can be found here: The New (Part 4) WL FAQ Thread...Just the Facts M'am! About 400,000 total cumulative views since the first thread and still climbing. That's just GOT to say something.....right?? I would like to take this time to ask the vets to post all the information from the first few posts of the last FAQ thread. These first few posts are the traditional staples of information that have been passed on from thread to thread. Room information posted by Aspiring Cindy in the last thread: STANDARD ROOMS: All Non-Smoking rooms with 2 Queen Beds. Located on Floors 4,5 & 6. On the North(MK) side, they face the service area. There are also 4th floor rooms that overlokk the lobby and look out to roof peaks. Lobby rooms do have balconies. WOODS VIEW: These rooms are located above the front desk on floors 5 & 6. North side woods view rooms are on floors 1-6 and face the "otter pond"(a handful face MK). Floors 4,5 & 6 above Whispering Canyon are Woods View Lobby rooms. COURTYARD VIEW ROOMS: Courtyard view rooms can be located on top of the lobby, down the south corridor facing the falls/pool or facing the villas. On the North side, courtyard rooms overlook the falls/pool or at the end of the hallways, facing the lake. DELUXE ROOMS: They are at the end of the hallways and are considered non-specific views. They can face Courtyard or Woods. CONCIERGE ROOMS: All are located on the 7th floor as well as the Vice and presidential Suites. Views vary! HONEYMOON SUITES: are located on the 7th floor above the front desk and above Whispering Canyon. ACCESSIBLE ROOMS FOR SPECIAL NEEDS: Most are located on the 1st Floor Villa side. There are also some on the North side 1st floor. There is 1 located on the 6th floor(lobby room) above Whispering Canyon. All accessible rooms at WL are King Beds, so if your party is larger than 2, a 2nd room is added at no additional cost(if booked through the special needs dept.) *Seeing eye/service dogs can be accommodated in any of the rooms, but depend on the person's abilities...as to whether or not they need a handicap accessible room specifically. This thread installment is dedicated to the fond memory of our dearly departed Roy Carr AKA FloridaCat who left this world July 29th 2004. You are sorely missed my friend. Hey Roy, this ones for you. While at the Lodge, Pat the Bears nose so the magic can begin.