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  1. Anonymous
    September 16, 2019

    This is very helpful! Thank you!

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    • Dave
      September 16, 2019

      Glad it helped!

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  2. Vincent
    January 24, 2019

    Great review… I just got back and loved the rooms at pop… i especially love how the changing area and sink are separated from the shower and toilet… so much so that I am going to copy this type of layout for my own bathroom…. heres my unique question, do u know the company that makes the shower doors and sink? I would like these exact models at my house! Pocket doors as well! Thanks and great job!

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    • Dave
      January 24, 2019

      Hey Vincent, and thanks. WIth just a couple of exceptions, all the Disney hotels have a divided bath layout roughly like this. I dunno who made the stuff. There should have been a note in your room with the email of the GM of Pop–you could email him or her with the question. If you don’t have that paper (and most would not!) I can try to search to find it for you!

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  3. Cindy
    December 8, 2018

    Dave, just my take on a refurbished Pop Century room with shower not tub. We found it to be precarious in the shower without a grab bar especially when soaping and cleaning feet for little ones and adults. On previous stays, we found it easier and safer to bathe kids in tubs with curtains and grab bars. We asked to change rooms but were told the resort was full!

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    • Dave
      December 8, 2018

      Thanks Cindy. Personally, I think every bath should have a grab bar, and can think of no reason why a shower is better than a tub/shower combo…

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  4. Cady
    September 27, 2018

    Do you know the measurement from the bed to the dresser under the TV? We are traveling with older teens and were hoping a camping cot would fit there.

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    • Dave
      September 28, 2018

      Cady, I don’t know but can estimate. The room is around 11′ 10″–or 142 inches–wide. A queen is around 80 inches, and I have the dresser drawer width as 13 inches (flat TVs allow much narrower dressers). Adding those together, and throwing in 9 more inches for dresser structure, the headboard, etc, gets me to 40 inches of space between them–that may be off, but it suggests that say a 30″ cot would fit fine.

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  5. Heather Edmonds
    August 4, 2018

    Wondering if you have photos of wheelchair rooms with roll I. Shower?

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  6. Eric
    July 28, 2018

    Dave, I’m so sorry to hear about your dog. Wishing the best to you and your family.

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