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  1. Lalani
    November 29, 2015

    Do the sliding bathroom doors lock?


    • Dave
      November 30, 2015

      Lalani, they don’t.


  2. Charlene
    July 26, 2015

    Hi Dave,
    Great info, thanks. I will be visiting Disney to meet my daughter and family at the CB. Wasn’t able to get Florida res discount or a preferred room but want to stay near her. She has a preferred room and the only res I could get was for a pool room. I linked res but do you think we will be together?


    • Dave
      July 28, 2015

      Charlene, I don’t know, but try this: When you do online check in, both of you request Martinique. Martinique is one of two areas with preferred buildings, but it also has non-preferred buildings.


  3. Julie LeLievre
    July 24, 2015

    We are planning a family special anniversary trip; Gramma & Grampa & our kids & grandkids: total of 5 couples and 7 kids, ages 3-8.
    Q: we like the look of Caribbean beach resort. noticed in the WDW list is room with King bed, do you know if it has a murphy bed? are they on the first floor?
    Q: would it be worthwhile to stay at Art of Animation for a few days then move to Caribbean Beach? Kids will like AofA, but we want the adults to enjoy the trip too, so picked CB. I noticed in one comment you suggested two resorts, but it does seem like a lot of trouble?


    • Dave
      July 25, 2015

      Hi Julie! CB king rooms do not have Murphy Beds. Changing resorts adds another pack/unpack cycle–Disney will move your luggage for you.


  4. Kelly B – Agent with Destinations to Explore
    October 2, 2014

    These updated rooms are a great option for families traveling with more than 2 children. The we be wonderful for your next vacation. I’m the dedicated Destinations in Florida rep for yourfirstvisit.net readers—if you need help booking please contact me.


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