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  • On Jan 8, 2011
    Rochelle from UT Asked

    Brigitta, You're wonderful! 1 more CSR room question - hubby & I (late 50s, 1 ECV) considering taking our 3 autistic young adults (early 20s). Does the junior suite have a door between rooms or might we be better off w/adjoining rooms in 9B? ASM too l

    Hi again Rochelle,

    You are so sweet, I am just happy that I can help you to have a magical vacation!  As I had mentioned in my other answer, the Junior Suites at Coronado Springs Resort (CSR) are basically 2 connecting standard rooms where one room is set up as the bedroom and includes either one king bed or two double beds and the second room is set up as a living room with a sleeper sofa or Murphy bed and the whole unit will have two bathrooms.  I love the decor at the CSR much more than the All-Star Music Resort (ASM) and although I have stayed many times at the All-Star Music Resort (in both standard and preferred rooms as well as the Family Suites), I have to confess that I enjoy the overall feel and surroundings of CSR more.  It's a lot more tranquil and relaxing there and the pool is incredible.

    The Family Suites at ASM are nice but I find the pull-out beds in the separate living room area to be very uncomfortable (but okay for smaller children). They do also have 2 bathrooms and a little mini kitchenette, so both the Family Suites at ASM and the Junior Suites at CSR are both very similar, but I just find the Coronado to have that "Deluxe" feeling in a Moderate class Resort where the Family Suites at the ASM feel like just a step above a "Value" but not quite a Moderate level still.  I would even prefer to do the 2 adjoining rooms in 9B (if there is no Junior Suite available in that location) versus the ASM.  The mobility issue is a big reason for you to be where you are comfortable, so if you can afford the difference and have stayed in 9B (and know you are comfortable there), I wouldn't go anywhere else where you are just not too sure.  Have a magical trip wherever you decide to stay.

    Best wishes,
    Brigitta 
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Meet the Panelist: Brigitta, British Columbia

I am a Canadian citizen working in the tourism industry. My Disney World experiences started with my family when I was just a little girl. I have continued this tradition with my daughter who has been there now more than 15 times. Learn More About Brigitta

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