2 Dolphin rooms or Jr. Suite

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by Glory Days, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. Glory Days

    Glory Days Mouseketeer

    Jun 26, 2000
    We're toying with the idea of cutting our visit to our relatives short and having our 20 year old daughters fly down to spend Easter in Disney with us. We've been there before at Easter and know the crowds and prices are steep, but I can get the teacher's discount at the Swan/Dolphin.
    What I'm wondering is would a Jr. Suite be okay for 5 of us, or would 2 rooms be the way to go? Thanks.
  2. NancyIL

    NancyIL DIS Veteran

    Aug 19, 1999
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  4. julfre

    julfre Mouseketeer

    Aug 13, 2001
    I was just making the almost same decision. My thoughts were the bed situation is better in 2 rooms, but the reservationist said that you get a great view from the jr suites. They are in the triangle portion of the dolphin and are in the higher floors. So I went with the suite. Only 2 king beds and a sofa bed, but that should work ok for my group. I hope the view is as good as it sounded.
  5. LoriZH

    LoriZH <font color=CC66CC>The GooGoo Dolls rock!!!!<br><f

    Oct 31, 1999
    We did a jr suite and it had a king and a queen pull out sofa in one side (room) and a queen murphy pull down with a queen pull out sofa in the other side (room) it basically is two rooms together. The view is awesome there, because you can see Illuminations from your room and if something special is happening over at MGM (it was when we were there) then you can see that too.
  6. dorisdvu

    dorisdvu Mouseketeer

    Aug 14, 2003
    What is the price difference for a Jr suite and 2 rooms?
  7. BC

    BC DIS Veteran

    Sep 18, 1999
    Just wanted a ball park figure of the rates for the suite. Do the AP and Entertainment rates apply to these rooms also?

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