This is interesting, as I don't book through RCI. When I book through Interval, they show three options for Sheraton Vistana as: Option 1 Number of bedrooms: E (efficiency) Private sleeping capacity: 2 Maximum occupancy: 4 Option 2 Number of bedrooms: 1 Private sleeping capacity: 4 Maximum occupancy: 4 Option 3 Number of bedrooms: 2 Private sleeping capacity: 6 Maximum occupancy: 8 So I'm guessing the option 1 is the smaller of the one bedroom lockoffs, the option 2 is the larger one bedroom with balcony and option 3 is everything else, with no distinction of the townhouses or twin beds? Sorry, I'm not trying to confuse things, I'm trying to understand how this works with booking through different companies. @fac: if you can't get a two bedroom in the Sheraton and can go to another resort (as a last resort!) the Marriott World timeshares (Sabal Palms, Imperial Palms and Royal Palms) are also wonderful and they don't have one bedroom units, only 2 and 3 bedrooms. Or for future reference..... They are literally right behind the Sheraton property and actually closer (by a minute! lol!) to Disney property. They do cost more, though.