Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Sep 19, 2011
    Jana from ON Asked

    Split stay: POP, then POFQ. Want to go to park (at rope drop) on day that we move to POFQ. Possible to go over night before actual check in date, just to pick up Key to the World? Rather than going really early in the morning? We just need tickets.

    Hi Jana,

    As a frequent visitor of Walt Disney World, I too have had to the split hotel stay once in a while. It has been my experience that you can only be checked into 1 hotel at a time. So, your reservation at Port Orleans French Quarter will not be active until you check out of Pop Century. Here is a possible solution, it still will require a "really early morning" move though. I would suggest you check out early like 7 am or so, and make your way to POFQ. You may store your luggage at the bell station, check in at POFQ get your new Keys To The World, and proceed for rope drop.  Chances are your room will not be ready yet, but it might be. *fingers crossed with pixie dust* Come back later in the afternoon to claim your luggage and move into your new "home". Be sure to arrange a complimentary shuttle ride to POFQ the night before with the Cast Members at Pop Century to ensure that your schedule is kept. You might also consider making some early breakfast reservations since you will already be up anyway. I hope this helps your planning. Enjoy both of your residences at Walt Disney World.
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