Wyndham Grand Bonnet Creek Hotel?

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  1. fitznorton

    fitznorton Earning My Ears

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    Just booked rooms for a long weekend on the executive floor, with keyed access to the executive lounge. Can anyone tell me what is offered in the morning? I assume coffee, tea, etc., but do they offer cereal or fruit? What is offered in the afternoon/evening? What time does it open in the morning? Any and all responses are welcome.
    Also, is there a resort fee and a parking fee? Thank you.
     
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  3. fitznorton

    fitznorton Earning My Ears

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    Bump....anyone????
     
  4. mommyarewegoingback

    mommyarewegoingback DIS Veteran

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    Not much help. But I'm interested too. Just booked for Thanksgiving because i couldn't get into Bonnet Creek. This was the next best thing, since my DD wanted to have a couch in the room to relax and not stay at a Mod or Value. And my DS wanted water slides.

    I'm interested in a "Executive" King Bunk. Thanks for everyone's help in this.

    -Virginia
     
  5. DCTooTall

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    The only thing I can tell you is that Yes, There is a resort fee and Parking fee on top of your nightly rate at the Grand.

    I think Parking was around $12/day for Self Parking, more for valet, from what I've heard. I forget what the Resort fee is.
     
  6. dancin Disney style

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    Resort fee is $16/day....parking is $12. I had a reservation there last month but cancelled it due the the additional fees. I ended up getting a 2br in the timeshare side for less than a room at the Grand.
     

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