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When staying at a villa in a Disney resort...

Discussion in 'Resorts, Hotels, DVC, Villas' started by Mari, Aug 18, 2010.

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    does it work like a hotel room? with mousekeeping cleaning it daily, making the beds, changing towels, etc...? or does it work differently?

    not a DVC stay, but you know, just booking a villa or studio instead of a regular room

    Thanks!
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    Yes it does:thumbsup:
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    Even in a DVC if you are staying there as a paying (non member) guest then you should have housekeeping daily.
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    good to know!!

    thank you!!! :)

    I think we will REALLY need a kitchen next time we visit :)
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    Definite benefit with a young family! I however have done all that before and the only thing I shall be doing in the kitchen is making drinks! :tongue: the washing machine is going to be useful though
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    hahahahahaha drinks... hahahaha... well, yeah, it could also work for drinks hahahahaha
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    Apparently there is a blender :thumbsup:
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    Yes indeedy, there is a blender! LOL.

    Mari the kitchen is a lifesaver! :yes: The full refrigerator alone is well worth the cost of the villa. :D It's so much easier to have breakfast in your villa, and even light suppers. We've been known to do full dinners too! :D With little ones I'm a big believer in keeping their diet as close to what they are used to as possible to avoid stomach (and other :eek: ) issues. :yes: Not fool proof by any means, but does go a long way toward avoid upsets. :yes:
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    I agree 100%

    add to that 1 SUPER picky eater, who is lactose intolerant and who wont try ANY new foods.... recipe for disaster! hahahaha.... she lived on grapes and fries, and the odd bite of a Mickey waffle here and there..... :shocked:

    So when we go back, we definitly will need a kitchen

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