Discussion in 'Resort Community Threads & Photo-Video' started by Disneyolic, Feb 26, 2008.
Wow! That seems like our dream room! Do you remember the room #?
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I suppose it really depends, and we have only had water view rooms from the BC, so maybe we are biased. I feel like it is so relaxing and nice to look out over the lagoon, watch all the people going to and from Epcot and the Boardwalk and to see the lights at night. We spent a lot of time in the room on our first trip because of the heat (late May visit), so it was really nice to have the lagoon views. If we hadn't, I think we might have felt claustrophobic. That being said, I've read that the "woods" views facing Epcot are quiet and relaxing, and walking along those walkways, it is quite peaceful on that side of the resort. Another thing we've noticed is that garden view rooms at the BC seem to have a high likelihood of being upgraded to a water view, so you could keep the GV reservation and take your chances, hoping for a free upgrade.
I know you will have a wonderful trip no matter which view you have!
I'm so sorry-we don't remember which room number and didn't take a picture of the door! I have heard there aren't very many rooms with king beds and full balconies, so if you make those requests, you might get this room just based on default.
Thanks for your reply!
Ooh pretty flowers!
Staying at the Beach Club for the first time this coming December and these pictures are making me so excited
5 more days until we arrive at YC!!! I hope to take lots of pictures to add to this collection!
We are staying at BC for the first time after our cruise in July These pictures are beautiful I can't wait!!!!!
We are staying at the YC in August. We have a water view room (I know that can mean a craned neck view of a pool) any suggestions for what I should request for room location? Near the pool, near the dock? We will be traveling with our 11 yo twins. Thanks
Water view doesn't mean pool view. You could be ve3ry far from the pool but still see the lake
Depends what you want. You can definitely get a pool view - even the quiet pool is considered a water view. Personally, I would rather request a lagoon view than the loudness of Stormalong bay and the long walk of the quiet pool (not that a lagoon view won't have a long walk also, but it is a better trade off to me). So I would likely request lagoon view, near dock.
It can, according to the WDW website. The actual category is called "Lagoon or Pool View" .
Pretty much exactly what I said. it doesn't mean pool view...it can, but water view doesn't mean only pool view
Sorry I was confused by the way you worded it. I thought you were saying it wouldn't be a pool view. I didn't get the impression that the PP thought it only meant pool view. Just that it might be a pool view.
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