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  • On Oct 11, 2012
    Deborah from NY Asked

    Coming to WDW 1/26/13. Trying to decide between club level at WL or BC. We have stayed at WL (not club level) and have stayed BC club level. I am concerned about the smaller rooms at WL. I also NEED a bunk room but can only request it. We stayed BC past 2x

    Hi, Deborah!  This is a tough choice.  I want to say first that I truly believe Walt Disney World does everything they can to accommodate room requests.  If the need for bunk beds is based on having boy/girl children, the request is certainly taken well into consideration.  As you already know, there aren't any guarantees, but they do their best to help guests get what they need.

    I love Wilderness Lodge, and it always feels to me like two vacations in one.  You get the benefits of Walt Disney World in Florida, but the resort is very definitely like a trip to the Pacific northwest.  I love the big fireplace, the rocking chairs, and the rustic feel.  You may notice the smaller rooms if you spend a lot of time at your resort, but I don't think the size difference makes too much of an impact on my family of five - we still have space to spread out.

    The food served on the club level is definitely different!  You'll find options that include things like venison meatballs, salmon chowder, and venison spring rolls among the things that may be more familiar.  I think the food here is some of the best on any of the club levels.

    The one issue i have heard repeated is that guests do not necessarily love the enclosed balconies.  Some people much prefer the views at other club levels, but again, it's personal choice and really depends on how much time you'll spend at the resort.

    Have a wonderful time wherever you decide to stay!
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My name is Anna and I am a wife, mother to three daughters and a son-in-law, and earning my Grandmom ears. I'm a law student and former teacher. I have planned vacations for all sorts celebrations, but really enjoy DVC vacations, helping military families, and assisting those with special dietary needs.    Learn More About Anna

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