Do you tend to ask for a ground floor room or an upper floor? I know Im way overstressing about the room but ground floor may be noisier but no stairs at the end of the day. Which do you hope or ask for?
It does vary between resorts, but I usually prefer a higher floor. Yes, there are some stairs, but some resorts will have elevators.
All of the WDW resorts I've stayed at have had elevators, although I understand only a couple of the buildings at OKW have elevators. Stairs can be an issue for me, so that's always a consideration when selecting a resort.
If solo, I always request the top floor. Fewer people should be in the vicinity, so I'm a bit more comfortable arriving at the resort solo at 2:00 a.m.!
If I'm with others, I still prefer the top floor, but anything above ground floor is fine. I'm just not comfortable with a lot of people passing by the room.
BTW, when we stayed at Pop Century last December, we were stuck on the second floor--connecting rooms needed and late Friday arrival time. We requested to be moved to the top floor in the 50s area when something became available, but we actually didn't mind being on the second floor and stayed there for all 10 nights. No real issues with noise from other rooms--and we slept in most mornings. If the turbo flush bothers you, leave the bathroom door ajar at night and the sound is muffled significantly. We were not on the pool side of the building.
Nope. OKW doesn't have elevators in all the buildings, only in a few actually. I don't recall All Stars having elevators either? Do they?