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Old 08-18-2008, 01:55 PM   #121
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I have stayed and am staying again in a King Suite during my next visit. The room is huge, I think it is 650 Square feet. 1 king bed, 1 sofa bed and 2 TV's and a huge table.
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Old 08-24-2008, 08:35 PM   #122
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Can anyone give some info on the kidsuites? Are there some with better views than others? Do I need to request non-smoking or are they automatically non-smoking? Where are they located? Oh yeah and does HRH do anything special for birthdays? Youngest daughter will be turning 14 while there. First time staying onsite, we arrive sept 12 for 4 nights
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Old 08-27-2008, 02:09 AM   #123
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Can anyone give some info on the kidsuites? Are there some with better views than others? Do I need to request non-smoking or are they automatically non-smoking? Where are they located? Oh yeah and does HRH do anything special for birthdays? Youngest daughter will be turning 14 while there. First time staying onsite, we arrive sept 12 for 4 nights
Can't answer about kids suite views.

They are automatically non-smoking. Just let checkin in know its your daughter's birthday, it can't do any harm.

It is our 15th wedding anniversary, my 40th, my son - who has been pretty ill's 2nd birthday. I have made sure they are aware of all of this.
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Old 08-27-2008, 12:08 PM   #124
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Can't answer about kids suite views.

They are automatically non-smoking. Just let checkin in know its your daughter's birthday, it can't do any harm.

It is our 15th wedding anniversary, my 40th, my son - who has been pretty ill's 2nd birthday. I have made sure they are aware of all of this.
Thanks. It's also our 17th anniversary. My daughter (celebrating 14th bday) has a number of issues and may be needing major surgery in the next few months so maybe I'll mention these as well.
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Old 09-24-2008, 02:47 PM   #125
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Any good recommendations for a garden view room? I'm not expecting much when I look outside the window but room number wise anyone had a good view? Thanks!
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Old 11-17-2008, 10:47 AM   #126
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Just returned

Stayed in room 6026
2 x queen beds
Pool view (had only booked standard room) - photo to follow
Looong way from elevators but not an issue for us
Had a connecting door to 6028

No issues with the room or the view

For the first time the children were given a gift (inflatable guitars) at check in - and our room was ready at 8:30am

Can't wait til the next visit



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Old 02-08-2009, 05:56 AM   #127
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HRH Club - queen

I have read thru all the posts and I'm still a bit confused.

We are staying club level, queen room in August. I presume it's a standard room because I don't recall being given an option to select delux? I am not too concerned about a view, but do want a non-smoking room. I also would like to be relatively close to the club amenities. So, all that being said, what rooms are best to call and request on my ressie? Are ALL club rooms on the floor 7? That floor must be HUGE?

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Old 02-08-2009, 09:36 AM   #128
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All rooms at the HRH are non smoking.
The building went non smoking a year ago.

The club room is across from the elevators.
You have two hall ways by the club room.

From those hallways, it extends to a Y corridor.
At the end of those halls, another Y corridor.

You need to contact reservations and request a room near the elevators.
That would put you in one of the 2 main hallways once you get on that floor.

I had a deluxe double queen last year at HRH.
It is rare to be able to book them in advance as they are typically assigned by request at check in time. I was able to book the deluxe double queen months out though. They are 3 corridors away from club, very long walk.

There are only 4 deluxe double queens on that 7th floor.

There are standard rooms along the main hallways by the club room.
Some have the boat dock/garden view and the other side of the hall has the pool views.

If being close to the club room is very important to you, then call to make arrangements for your room to be in that area.
If you wait until you check in, you might not be fortunate to get your pick of room locations.

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Old 02-16-2009, 07:38 PM   #129
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We're still in Orlando but thought I'd post our recent room assignment. King club, room 7106--king bed w/pull out sofa. View of the waterway for the boats. Room was nice, as always. A little closer to the club than last year's room, but still not as close as I'd like with a bum knee. Staff was great, no issues to complain of. Wish we could have stayed longer!!
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Old 02-16-2009, 08:10 PM   #130
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hi ya' homie.
hope you are having a great time !
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Old 02-27-2009, 07:18 PM   #131
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I booked a Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds for my trip in early May. I thought about booking a club level room, but the deluxe room was cheaper and there's always a chance of an upgrade. I'm not counting on it and will be happy with what I paid for. I hope the view is pretty good and I am so looking forward to this vacation.
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Old 02-28-2009, 02:47 PM   #132
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I booked a Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds for my trip in early May. I thought about booking a club level room, but the deluxe room was cheaper and there's always a chance of an upgrade. I'm not counting on it and will be happy with what I paid for. I hope the view is pretty good and I am so looking forward to this vacation.
if the sign is out on the lobby check in counter about upgrades available, ask them what the cost per night will be.


sometimes if you wait and upgrade to club at check in, it is cheaper for that than what is listed on the website for charges.

I have heard that last year $50 more could get you upgraded per night to club depending on the dates.
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Old 03-09-2009, 10:16 PM   #133
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Smile room numbers for queen deluxe

Hi: Can anyone give me room numbers on the 6th floor for double queen deluxe facing the pool and parks? Thanks.
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Old 03-11-2009, 03:22 PM   #134
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This is the same room info I want! Can someone help?
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Old 04-28-2009, 11:12 AM   #135
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just got back

stayed in room 3118. This was the lobby floor, but pretty far away from the elevators. Booked a standard room with FL resident discount. Think it was 189/night. Ended up with a pool view. Room and hotel were great. I will be returning there. dates of stay were 4/24 thru 4/26. was not very crowded, and our room was ready when we arrived at 10am. the unlimited express passes made the trip worth it. we did the rides we wanted and then had plenty of time to enjoy the hotel and pool.

all in all a very enjoyable week-end!!!
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