You Moms know it all! My wife and I are staying at POFQ- could not book Pop Century. We liked the Food Court and easy transportation at PC. Will we be as pleased at FQ? Was frustrated by online booking- is Mid-June crazy busy? Is it TOO busy?
- Asked by Robert from PA on 5/6/2008
Hi Robert! June puts you into the busy season as schools start letting out. The holidays and summer are the high season in Orlando, so there is really no way around that unless you plan to change your dates.I have to say, I love Disney's Port... read more
We are planning a WDW trip with our 2 children (4 and 5) and my parents (59 and 60). We are leaning towards two connecting rooms at the Polynesian (hoping my husband and I can go out alone one night). Is this a good option? Or 2 bedroom villa at BC?
- Asked by Kim on 5/6/2008
I'm sure there are a few Moms Panelists that would wrestle me to the ground on this one, but if I were making the choice, I'd go with the two bedroom villa. I've traveled to WDW with my parents several times, I've found that the villas are... read more
We are going to disney in july. This will be our first time staying in a moderate resort. We got a great deal at coronado springs. I have read so many bad reviews on all ears. Can someone give me any positive reviews or recomendations on cs.
- Asked by Jamie from LA on 5/4/2008
Jamie,As you may know, the "Moms" stayed at the Coronado Springs Resort (CSR) in early December, for our initial training session. We had such a great visit that I think we all hold a special place in our hearts for the... read more
We (2 adults, 3 children aged 14, 7, and 1) are planning a trip in June 08. I'd REALLY like the queen sized beds instead of doubles, but not sure it's worth the difference in price from moderate to deluxe? We've never stayed on-site before.
- Asked by Patti from LA on 4/24/2008
Hi Patti,Only a few days until vacation and you taught me something today. I did not realize that the beds at the moderate resorts were doubles. I honestly thought they were queen size because the space feels no different to me than the... read more
We are planning a trip to WDW in 2009 and was wondering how do the room key purchases work, and do you have to use a credit card? We don't like to use our cc unless we have to.
- Asked by Corey from IA on 4/24/2008
When you check in to your room, you will be given the option to put a credit card onto your room key. If you prefer not to do that, it is not a problem. If you'd like to take advantage of that option, your room key will have 2... read more