Staying at Beach Club Resort with our 5 yr old who wants to use the big slide at Stormalong Bay. Is there a height limit? How deep is the water at the base of the slide? Also, do they rent strollers at the International Gateway entrance to EPCOT? Thanks
- Asked by Diana from MI on 4/13/2008
The slide at Stormalong Bay is great! There is no height limit listed there. I have seen even three-year-olds (very BRAVE three-year-olds) go down this slide, usually wearing a life vest. While there is no height limit, each slider must ride alone.... read more
Stayed on the concierge floor of the BC in 2006. Loved the "little room" as my nephew called the lounge. Had breakfast and bedtime snacks there every day. Will be staying on the concierge floor of the WL in 3 wks. Can we expect the same?
- Asked by natalie from OH on 4/10/2008
I can tell that your nephew is a man who appreciates the finer things in life :-)All the concierge level rooms have access to special guest lounges with light meals and snacks provided throughout the day. Enjoy! read more
Staying at Beach Club Villas.Boys will be 3 & 4 yrs old.Now I am worried that Stormalong Bay will be too much for them(or too difficult for parents to keep up with them & keep them safe) Will they be able to enjoy this resort?Should we consider cha
- Asked by KRISTINE from DE on 4/8/2008
My girls LOVE Stormalong Bay and did from the moment we first took them there when they were two years old. Stormalong Bay is huge, but it is sectioned off into fairly discrete areas. There is one area of the pool, the sand bar, that is... read more
Erin- thank you for your answer earlier. We are going under brother-in-law's DVC membership next week (16-19). So then can we pool hop? How do Wilderness Lodge or AK pools compare to Sara. Spgs?
- Asked by Laura from GA on 4/9/2008
The Saratoga Springs pool is great (there are actually several pools there) but the main central one has a large slide that's lots of fun. I personally prefer the themeing at the Wilderness Lodge and the Animal Kingdom. Of these, the Animal Kingdom... read more
Is it true that if you are staying at a Disney Resort, you can visit any of the other resort properties? So if we wanted to go to a different pool, could we? Aside from the Yacht and Beach Club - what other pools are great? We're staying at Sara. Spgs.
- Asked by Laura from GA on 4/8/2008
Well, you're half right. Any Disney guest can visit any of the Disney hotels to shop, dine in the restaurants, or just enjoy the unique themeing. I recently spend the better part of a day just bopping from hotel to hotel to check out what each had... read more