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I did talk to my mom and she said we need a preferred room and I don't know any of preferred rooms. I was thinking to taking the Fantasia room for January 2010! It's really close to the lobby! Please help me!
Last edited by JEANYLASER; 06-13-2009 at 12:56 PM..
Preferred rooms are closest to the amenities like the food court, check-in area, gift shop, etc. They cost a bit more per night but people with mobility issues may find it worthwhile; we usually stay in a preferred room at Music (Calypso) for that reason.
According to my 2009 Passporter, the preferred buildings at Movies are Fantasia, Toy Story, and 101 Dalmations. Fantasia is located just a little farther from Cinema Hall past the main pool.
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