Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Dec 31, 2010
    Amanda from NH Asked

    Hello moms panel! I'm staying at Port Orleans French Quarter January 22-29, and was wondering what is the best way to make room requests? Thanks a bunch!

    Hi Amanda! I'll be happy to assist you with this question. Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter (POFQ) is an absolute gem in the moderately priced resort category. Featuring the exceptionally themed pool Doubloon Lagoon, POFQ consists of seven three-story guest-room buildings adjacent to the Sassagoula River. Most guest-rooms in POFQ are within easy walking distance of the resort's main facilities. However, Buildings 2 & 5 are the closest to Doubloon Lagoon, making it an ideal location for families traveling with children. For a quiet room in these two buildings, ask for the second or third floor. Take a look at Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter map. Buildings 1, 6, and 7 are a moderate walk from the resort's main facilities. Consider upgrading from a Standard Room to a Water View. However, be very specific to request a River View Room. The best views are of the pristine river bank opposite the Sassagoula River. If you are traveling with children, I would recommend Building 5 room blocks 5117-5122, 5217-5222, or 5317-5322. If however, you find yourself traveling without kids, then I would suggest Building 7 room blocks 7141-7148, 7241-7248, or 7341-7348. You may ask for a River View Room in any of these room blocks, but there is no guarantee your request will be met. To cover all the bases, call Resort Reservations at (407) 939-7429, contact the resort directly at (407) 934-5000, and fax your request to (407) 934-5353. Cast Members will try to accommodate you based on the resort's occupancy, and other factors, at the time of your arrival. Please let me know if I can be of further assistance. Have a fantastic stay at Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter!
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