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    Question Adjoining Rooms at Pop Century

    I asked the question below about having 5 in a room, but I was wondering about adjoining rooms. Can you get them at Pop Century? If I do book two rooms will Disney guarantee the rooms will be adjoining or can they split up us up?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenagirl116 View Post
    I asked the question below about having 5 in a room, but I was wondering about adjoining rooms. Can you get them at Pop Century? If I do book two rooms will Disney guarantee the rooms will be adjoining or can they split up us up?
    What you probably want is "connecting" rooms (doors between each room) and I believe Pop does have some.
    Adjoining means next (no door between) or close to each other. As always Disney can't guarantee an exact location.

    All Star Music has "family suites" that sleep up to six, these cost roughly the same as 2 separate rooms and have a kitchenette.
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    Disney says they won't guarantee any requests, including connecting rooms, but if you make sure to specify that the one room will have only the kids in it, they will do everything short of cutting a door through the wall to make sure your rooms are connecting.

    Brian is correct - if you want a door between the two rooms, be sure to say connecting, not adjacent.
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    It worked two out of 3 times for adjoining rooms. We asked for them with the reservation, checked before we left and reminded at check-in.

    The two times it worked they were on the ressie. The last time my Mom had booked her own ressie (being independent at that moment, err) and her flight came in before ours, so she checked in. That was the time it didn't work.
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    When traveling with two adults and three children for only two rooms, Disney will note that your rooms are "guaranteed connecting" on your reservation. Just be sure to confirm when making the reservation and, as always, just double check when you check in so that you do not have the hassle of going back and forth from your room to the front desk.

    Two connecting rooms will be a smidge lower than the All-Star Family suite. Even less would be the one room at the Riverside (with the small trundle).

    Hope that helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuzyQ View Post
    When traveling with two adults and three children for only two rooms, Disney will note that your rooms are "guaranteed connecting" on your reservation. Just be sure to confirm when making the reservation and, as always, just double check when you check in so that you do not have the hassle of going back and forth from your room to the front desk.

    Two connecting rooms will be a smidge lower than the All-Star Family suite. Even less would be the one room at the Riverside (with the small trundle).

    Hope that helps!

    We thought about the Family Suites until we read that two of the "beds" were a chair/ottoman thing. My children wouldn't have liked that so it was worth having two connecting rooms even though I thought it would be nice to have the kitchentte thing. But it all worked out last trip.

    We were "guaranteed" connecting because of children in one room, adults in the other though on the reservation they do split up the adults. Just be sure and ask for that when you make your reservations. They have been most helpful with this.


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    Last time we went to Pop Century I booked our reservations on Disney's website and requested "connecting" rooms because we were traveling with my in-laws. They did accomodate my request. It is probably one of those things where they will do it if they can but they won't guarantee it.
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