- Apr 1, 2004
Ugh, I can't imagine no air at night while sleeping, in the heat of summer, and humidity. I always kept ceiling fan on low setting at night. We are comfortable with a 70 temp but need fan. How do they expect people to sleep in 90+ with no AC???The a/c in our room was not working properly,blowing insanely cold, blowing hot air, not running at all, and leaking water profusely. However, all new rooms have a moton detection feature built into the actual box. It turns off when no movement is detected. Regardless of what temp is set, or if it has reached desired temp. When you return to the room, and are moving around it comes back on. Does NOT run while sleeping. Turns off within a half hour of no movement. "Tossing and turning" will not activate it. The lowest temp is 68. IMO you'd be hard pressed for it to get there if you weren't constantly in your room. No ceiling fans. As per management "that would create constant movement" and render the efficacy of the motion feature useless.
We will bring a small portable fan or three next time we visit. Not having any air moving was uncomfortable for us.
Perhaps someone currently staying at the YC, or someone who has an upcoming visit, can try the instructions and report back.Hold down botton and On/off (BP diplays on screen) hit on/off again to turn system back on and set temp.
Hopefully, the current set-up is not the finished setting. Though, looking at the architectural rendering, the seating looks very much what is currently in place.I saw more pictures posted on another website, too. I'm thinking that the space is not entirely complete yet. There is virtually no artwork of any kind on the walls. Perhaps they have stuff "on order," but wanted to get the place open for business because it is such an essential part of the resort. I think I'm going to reserve judgment on this one for awhile. Right now it does look very utilitarian.
Thanks for the heads up. I've been waiting for airfare to open up for our trip in November.Southwest Airlines schedule extended through beginning of January 2018, and is now open for bookings.
That's interesting. I thought they'd have a schedule like pick up on the half hour, etc. So, it sounds like we just wait and in about 20 min or so a bus will show up. No problem, glad I asked!There is no "BC Transportation Schedule". The buses do not run on a set schedule, but rather they are dispatched as needed, by a central dispatch area. In general they run about every 20 minutes. But again, not on a schedule you can plan on ahead of time.
When you go to the bus stop there is a tv screen with the estimated time the bus will come.That's interesting. I thought they'd have a schedule like pick up on the half hour, etc. So, it sounds like we just wait and in about 20 min or so a bus will show up. No problem, glad I asked!
We use a small round collapsible fan that stores away nicely. It uses either regular plug-in or USB port. I believe it was only around $10 at Walmart. Its been a great investment.Thanks for the info....but that is not good! I don't know how I am going to figure out a fan but I may need to. Especially sleeping we like it to be cool.
Nope, no lockers - from left to right - sink, baby changing area, entrance door, bench, shower, shower, basket for dirty towels, shower and back to sink. There are hooks for towels/clothes outside shower.Question about the showers by SAB. I'm hoping to swim for a bit on check out day, then shower before heading over to Disney springs for an early dinner. Is it like a locker room? Are their lockers/locks to put your stuff while showering?
THAT'S good news. I'll hit them up when we arrive, too!Ok will grab a small fan. Also wrote DSS and they said housekeeping will give us a box fan if we would like one. So I will be asking for that at check in! Lol. Ok, not as good as a ceiling fan or control over thermostat, but I feel better.