Love the panel - read it every morning! I keep hearing about how some of the resorts have zero entry pools which is great for small children. However, I don't know what zero entry pools are - can you explain?
- Asked by Letitia from PA on 10/22/2008
A zero entry pool is one that has no edge on one side. Picture the ocean that gradually goes from the shore to the water, getting progressively deeper the further you go out. It's the same thing with a zero entry pool. There is no defined "side of... read more
Hello! Going 2 WDW in March 09. Can you please tell me the advantages of staying at a Moderate? We have always stayed at Value - DH, DD13 and DD7 don't want to upgrade due to theming, but I would really like to. Thanks for the panel - we love it!
- Asked by Angela from TN on 10/10/2008
Well I'm with you on this one, I'd take the moderate as well. Here are my reasons for preferring a moderate resort:
-the room is bigger, and includes a refrigerator and coffee maker.
-there are more bus stops! Instead of just one at... read more
Are there any laundry facilities at the Pop Century Hotel?
- Asked by Laurie from NE on 10/16/2008
Yes, there are laundry services located right by the Hippy Dippy Pool (the main pool at the Pop Century Resort). I have used the laundry services there on many an occasion and it is a nice location for you to do your laundry in... read more
After staying at the Poly 3 times- we decided to mix it up and stay at BC. We'll miss the monorail but we are excited to be close to Epcot. I've heard the rooms at BC aren't nearly as nice as the Poly. I'm thinking of switching back. Whats yr opinion?
- Asked by Linda from NY on 10/15/2008
I don't think you'll be disappointed at the Beach Club!
The Polynesian rooms are larger and average approximately 409 square feet. The last rehab brought some wonderful touches to the South Pacific style rooms including a flat screen TV. It is... read more
Arriving in 2 days!!! Wondering what tv channels we'll have access to at the All Star Movies resort...Weather Channel, Cartoon Network, CNN, etc...so we can keep up with news, area forecasts, and the new Star Wars animated cartoon!!!! Thanks! -Lisa
- Asked by Lisa from NY on 10/10/2008
The TVs at the WDW resort have the major broadcast networks, some international channels, and many Disney owned or affiliated stations. For a complete list of what you'll find on your TV, click HERE.
Be sure to check out the "Top 7" channel that... read more