- Aug 24, 1999
Because DVC guides have used the line "you can have 5 in your 1 bedroom" to sell DVC for years. Otherwise, telling a family of 5 that they have to get a 2 bedroom would be too many points to afford for many.Exactly. So why make different rules for members and non- members. The members don't have a bed for their fifth occupant.
What I'm trying to say is that since I already know for a fact that these rooms can sleep 5 through member services then why don't they let others do the same.
I think it should be one set of rules straight across the board.
I'm more annoyed knowing that 5 "members" can have a 1 bdrm. but 5 "non-members" can not. And most people don't even realize that. But I do and it's not the way things should be run.
They would not go against fire code for anybody, that would be a huge legal risk. Disney occupancy rules and fire code are 2 different things.I'll just say one more thing. You and I know that it is kind of a "super-secret policy" when you allow more guests in a room that shouldn't be there only because they are members.
There are fire code laws after all.I guess.