GV at Kidani Sleeps 12 or 14?

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  1. domiii

    domiii To all who come to this happy place, welcome!

    Apr 22, 2002
    The following is from the DVC member site. By my calculation the GV at Kidani should hold 14.

    2 King size in master
    2 Queen sofa sleeper in living room
    8 4 queen beds in 2 upstairs bedrooms
    2 queen sofa sleeper in alcove upstairs

    Am I crazy? :confused3 I just tried calling to confirm my suspicions, but the current hold time is 15 minutes. Any thoughts? I've searched all over and can't find anything to the confirm or deny my claim.

    Grand Villa Vacation Home
    Click here for room layout

    Sleeps up to twelve
    Grand Villa Vacation Homes located in Jambo House will be one-level while Grand Villas located in Kidani Village will be two-level.
    Master bedroom suite with king-size bed
    Four bathrooms: one is a Master bathroom with whirlpool tub
    Two additional bedrooms, each with two queen-size beds
    Queen-size sofa bed in living room
    Flat-panel TV and DVD player in living room, and flat-panel TV in master bedroom and both additional bedrooms
    Full kitchen includes: coffee maker, dinnerware, glassware, flatware, pots and pans, microwave, toaster, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and more
    Dining room with dining table and chairs
    Laundry area contains stacked washer and dryer
    Private balcony
    Vacation Homes located in Kidani Village will have an additional sitting area upstairs with a queen-size sleeper sofa
    2,349 sq. ft. in Jambo House
    2,201 sq. ft. in Kidani Village
  2. Tara

    Tara Bad Influence

    Aug 18, 1999
    There are a couple (or more?) DVC locations that have/will have that number of beds, but they still cap the occupancy at 12. The explanation I've read is that it allows groups who might have different sleeping arrangement needs to have some flexibility but it isn't meant to increase the occupancy level.
  3. domiii

    domiii To all who come to this happy place, welcome!

    Apr 22, 2002

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