Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Feb 27, 2011
    A from CT Asked

    My sister and I will be staying at Pop Century on 11/16-11/21. We're leaving our husbands and her 4 kids behind :-) Is there a section of the hotel that is quieter or any to avoid? We'll be in the parks all day, so 'views' don't m atter. Tnx so much!

    What's up, Special Agent A?

    Congrats on ditching your husbands! I think I speak for all (married) mankind when I say that I hope this isn't a budding trend. That being said, I am here to enable you.

    Pop Century is pretty good from a noise level standpoint. The areas that are more likely to be louder than others are rooms near the pools. If you ask to have a room looking out at Hourglass Lake, you'll be in the clear. You could also request to be in the 70s building, which doesn't have a pool on any of its sides. Plus, it's kitty-corner to Classic Hall where you'll find the food court, gift shop and bus transportation (on the other side.)
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