If anything goes wrong renting, Disney will not get involved. Just wanted to warn you.
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05-09-2012, 10:54 AM #19Paula
05-09-2012, 12:08 PM #20
I'm still on the fence about renting points...may just not do it unless I can feel very comfortable that I won't wind up without a place to stay. Honestly at 380 points @ $13 per point its about $4,940.00 for just the room--with WDW the room only is $6,716.00 but thats without any promo pricing. If I can get a 20% off a deluxe room promo that would bring it down to $5,372.80 and it would be with WDW directly.
Do you get daily Mousekeeping if you are not a Disney Vacation Club member?
05-09-2012, 12:14 PM #21
Yes if you are on a cash reservation you get mouse keeping every day.Carol
05-09-2012, 12:21 PM #22
If you book with Disney yes, if you rent points, no.Paula
05-09-2012, 12:47 PM #23
Good to know...it's not a $$$ issue but if Im on vacation I really don't plan on making beds.
05-09-2012, 02:26 PM #24
We had a similar dilemma this trip. DD will be 20 whilst we are there and we vowed after last trip that a hotel room would be out of the question in future if all four of us were going. We have booked Saratoga in a two bed villa with free DDP. Price was reasonable for the space and costing the same trip now through same tour operator is a few thousand pounds more. I can't say I am overly excited about the resort but budget and space were the primary factors for this trip . DD has already claimed the master bedroom with jacuzzi bathroom. We need the space for DS too who has special needs and in a wheelchair so have requested a 2 bed adapted villa.
05-09-2012, 07:11 PM #25
Please let me know how you like the villa and the resort. Thankfully I will not need the accesable villa as DS wheelchair is a safety zone for the park crowds. If my mom comes with us she will have an ECV, but she can still get around the villa on her own...thankfully the 2 bedroom villa is all on one floor.