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Old 10-15-2018, 09:31 PM   #1
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So we are considering staying at POR during the Star Wars Marathon to cheer on a friend. The rooms claim to accommodate 5 adults but then it says the pull-out is child sized. Can the pullout comfortably hold an adult?

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I'm not positive but I believe it is a child-sized bed and I don't think an adult would be comfortable there unless they are very petite.

Also keep in mind that if you have more than 2 adults (18+) in a room, the cost is $25 per additional adult per night. That adds up!
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The Murphy bed is definitely NOT adult sized, unless you are a very tiny adult!
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Definitely not an adult size. There is room for an air mattress though.
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Thank you very much. I appreciate your candor and your timely resoonses.

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I'm not positive but I believe it is a child-sized bed and I don't think an adult would be comfortable there unless they are very petite.

Also keep in mind that if you have more than 2 adults (18+) in a room, the cost is $25 per additional adult per night. That adds up!
In attempts to save money, we opted to consider sharing a room. No matter the $25 surcharge, it still is much cheaper than 2 rooms. It would be 3 adults and 2 kids. I just was trying to counter the kids fighting over the pullout bed.

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What about the family suites at ASMusic? Would that work?
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Definitely not an adult size. There is room for an air mattress though.
We took an air mattress and it worked out fine. That tiny Murphy Bed is for a small child. My son, who was 5'5 at the time, tried sleeping on it and kept bumping his head.
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In attempts to save money, we opted to consider sharing a room. No matter the $25 surcharge, it still is much cheaper than 2 rooms. It would be 3 adults and 2 kids. I just was trying to counter the kids fighting over the pullout bed.

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Just for reference, the murphy bed is 66" x 30" while a standard twin is 75" x 38". A crib mattress is about 51" x 27" so the murphy is somewhere in between. I've seen one website list it as 63" x 28" -- I suspect those are the actual mattress measurements while the larger measurements are the frame. Either way, in order to be comfortable on that bed, the person will need to be less than 5' tall and not a restless sleeper.
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This is so helpful. Thank you very much.

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