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  1. Dave
    March 16, 2015

    Martha, it could be…

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  2. Martha
    March 16, 2015

    Do you think the master closet in the one-bedroom villa could be large enough for a pack and play? it would be so nice to be able to tuck the baby away in there for quiet for him and more floor space for us!

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  3. pete
    March 11, 2015

    we have six people…
    2 adults, 4 children,,, ages 9,7,4,and 1
    we are looking at the beach club, wilderness lodge or WLV, or Poly to stay in july for 9 nights.
    while we are awaiting the summer sale (poly villas not in sale), what resort do you suggest for our family with young kids?

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    • Dave
      March 12, 2015

      Pete, you can book that group into a studio at the Poly or WL, but not (unless refurb there happens faster than expected) into the Beach Club. Moreover, BC is pretty awkward for an MK focused trip–which, at those ages, your visit should be. I haven’t stayed in a Poly studio yet (booked for April!) but it will be more spacious than VWL.

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  4. Katie
    February 10, 2015

    We have 5 total ..2 adults & 3 kids 7,5 & 2..we are first timers..going to book @ WL a studio…or should we pay the extra $550 to stay in a standard. @ the polyineasian?? Worth it?? Staying 6 nights

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    • Dave
      February 11, 2015

      Katie, it’s hard for me to say something is worth it to others. And I can’t double check the math without knowing your dates. WL has much better kid appeal and better price, Poly wins on all other dimensions. When you are using the fold-down bed in the studio, you lose the table…will this bother any of the adults?

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