Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by yellowfish78, May 12, 2013.
Thanks for the tip - I will probably try to get some of these, because better safe than sorry!
Even when we got a unit with a freezer compartment I found they were awful. They either froze nothing or everything, even stuff in the fridge. Not surprised they have eliminated them
You could also bring some ziploc bags to fill with ice (there are ice machines on each floor). Not as good as an ice pack, but better than nothing.
How about a strong zip lock and the ice offered on every floor? We did that every morning to put in our cooler for the parks
Ziplock bags work in a pinch, but I’ve had them leak in a bed or backpack.
These are dirt cheap and last forever:
Ohuhu Ice Bag 9" Hot and Cold Reusable Ice Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HXLJRF2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Rf9PAbEN93EJ7
First time on this thread We did a LM room at AoA back in 2015. Trying a family suite for my cars loving son (will be over his birthday) for a couple of nights before we move over to BWI.
Looking for room request suggestions, I'm thinking bldg 1 or 3...interior facing (looks like you could be looking at the parking lot in bldg 1). Is there anything I'm not thinking of, mainly considering distance to lobby/pool/buses and a non parking lot view.
Ah, so that can be refilled with ice machine ice - that just might do the trick - thanks!!!!
We stayed in Building 8 LM back in May and we drove to the parks just bc it was easier to walk out the door get into our car then walk all the way to the other side of the resort and wait to catch a bus..
Now I have a cars suite booked for another part of my family.. Which is a better building you think? 1 or 3? 3 seems like it would have some nice lake views but 1 seems like its closer to food court and busses
I stayed in building #1 last week and it was great to be so close to everything. I would recommend it. We did not have any noise issues at all.
Any differences between Nemo building 4 and 5 with noting? It seems like 4 is slightly closer to the buses but 5 might have nicer lake view, if we lucked into one of those rooms.
We prefer building 5 because it's closer to Landscape of Flavors. We use the refillable mugs a lot while we're there so it's nice to walk out the door of our building and have a quick 30 second walk (it's literally about 45 yards) to the door of the food court. It's also a quick walk to the bus stops (through the food court and out the front door). The lake view is about the same for either building but now that the Skyliner is being built, I'll give the edge to building 4 as building 5 will have a view of the construction right now (though that might be interesting to watch). Personally, I don't care about the view at AoA as the windows in the suites are so high (the bottom is about waist high...not at your knees like a standard room) that in order to enjoy the view from most rooms you actually have to walk over to the window and look out/down. It's not like you can sit on the couch or lay in bed and enjoy the view. We were on the first floor of building 5 with a lake view and while we might have been able to somewhat enjoy the view while laying in bed or sitting on the couch, we rarely had our curtains open as people are walking on the walkway along the lake and I don't enjoy people being able to see in my room when I'm there. We've been on the 4th floor of both buildings in the LK section -- once with a parking lot view and once with a courtyard view -- and I think we spent more time looking out those windows than we did with the first floor lake view room. We could see the high fireworks from DHS from our parking lot view room (and we could also keep an eye on our car in the parking lot) and with the courtyard view, we could watch our kids (ages 10 & 14 at the time) walk from our building to the food court to fill up their mugs. We're staying in a LK suite again this summer and I'm more worried about the room location than the view since I'm hoping for first floor and our curtains will be closed all of the time anyway. YMMV.
Can you book LM room and still get free dining ?
Little Mermaid rooms have typically been excluded from discounts, including free dining.
No and I expect that free dining is going to have very little availability if any at most resorts for most dates this year.
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