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Old 07-15-2014, 08:31 PM   #1
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We actually only booked a room overnight to get two days of Express Pass and Early entry. We are staying right down the road, 5 minutes from Universal fro the week. We have 2 teens, a boy and a girl, that do not want to share a bed. We would like to stay over in the room if possible but it's not a necessity. Does Royal Pacific offer the option of a roll away in the room?
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We actually only booked a room overnight to get two days of Express Pass and Early entry. We are staying right down the road, 5 minutes from Universal fro the week. We have 2 teens, a boy and a girl, that do not want to share a bed. We would like to stay over in the room if possible but it's not a necessity. Does Royal Pacific offer the option of a roll away in the room?
yes.
rollways cost $25 per night.
request one from the front desk when you check in.
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Another alternative is to have the father sleep in the same bed as the son and the mom with the daughter. For one night, I'd think you could handle that.
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When we used to stay in 2 queen room my son shares the bed with the wife. I'm to tall for DW and I in a queen bed. Lol
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Another alternative is to have the father sleep in the same bed as the son and the mom with the daughter. For one night, I'd think you could handle that.
We've tried that but our daughter is a "kicker". Wife doesn't like to get beat up while she sleeps
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