- Feb 22, 2012
We are also a family of 5, 3 daughters ranging from 12-16. We were in a standard room, tower #3. We requested a rollaway bed upon arrival. I can't confirm this, but my understanding is that they are first come first serve and there is supposed to be an add'l fee for them. We were not charged an add'l fee and we were given one straight away. Standard room has the generic hotel room configuration. Two queen beds with a center nightstand dividing them. The rollaway bed just fit between the 2nd bed and the rooms window. As schumigirl mentioned, if you are not using the hotel room during the day, the extra bed shouldn't pose much problem. We left for the day and left the bed as is and then didn't get back to the room until 8 or so, then it was an hour of swimming, then bed. I see you've been to POR, not sure if you were in the AB section. A murphy bed would be better, imo, for space, but the rollaway shouldn't prove to be that inconvenient and its full size.Hello all-
New over here in Universal land... Never been and looking for a first trip ASAP. With this being our first trip i know NOTHING about US and just starting my research. I am a family of 5 Myself - husband -and 14 year old triplets- 2 boys and 1 girl. My boys are football size kids and my daughter.. well... is not. LOL from what i am reading most of these rooms you would have to get a roll-away bed for a family of 5??I cannot find any pictures of a room with it in there? Will we be squished? What about CL? same room sizes? ANY and all advice would be greatly appreciated. Looking for a hotel before i even indulgent into planning food parks etc.