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C&Jx2

It’s me! Soldier’s*Sweeties!
Joined
May 26, 2019
While we have stayed at RP before, were doing it a little different this June. I have two questions:

1) Does the hotel have sunblock at the pool for guest use? I’m asking because we’ll be doing a small grocery run once our room is ready, but will be arriving before then (most likely) and would like to use the pool. I was going to buy the sunblock at the grocery store and use theirs for the time being, but if they don’t supply it I’ll just bring it along.

2) We didn’t really use the fridge at all. Is it large enough for some milk (maybe a half gallon) and some coffee creamer?


TIA! You guys really are the best!
 

schumigirl

It's a bit of a roodie doodie word for lady parts
Joined
May 15, 2007
While we have stayed at RP before, were doing it a little different this June. I have two questions:

1) Does the hotel have sunblock at the pool for guest use? I’m asking because we’ll be doing a small grocery run once our room is ready, but will be arriving before then (most likely) and would like to use the pool. I was going to buy the sunblock at the grocery store and use theirs for the time being, but if they don’t supply it I’ll just bring it along.

2) We didn’t really use the fridge at all. Is it large enough for some milk (maybe a half gallon) and some coffee creamer?


TIA! You guys really are the best!
Yes, the pool offers pots of sunscreen for all guests if they need it. If it’s not sat out where you pick up the towels just ask and they’ll happily give you what you need.

And yes, the fridge holds a decent amount of stuff. We buy a large bottle of Snapple and it fits laying on its side. I’m not sure of the size as we don’t work with gallons but that bottle is large, plus we have other items in there too :thumbsup2
 
  • C&Jx2

    It’s me! Soldier’s*Sweeties!
    Joined
    May 26, 2019
    Yes, the pool offers pots of sunscreen for all guests if they need it. If it’s not sat out where you pick up the towels just ask and they’ll happily give you what you need.

    And yes, the fridge holds a decent amount of stuff. We buy a large bottle of Snapple and it fits laying on its side. I’m not sure of the size as we don’t work with gallons but that bottle is large, plus we have other items in there too :thumbsup2
    Thank you so much!
     

    Wosmama6

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jun 9, 2015
    Has anyone here stayed in a Jurassic world suite and can tell me about the curtains? We need DARK for our daughter's crib. I'm happy to bring but dont want to pack them if I dont have to.
     

    schumigirl

    It's a bit of a roodie doodie word for lady parts
    Joined
    May 15, 2007
    Has anyone here stayed in a Jurassic world suite and can tell me about the curtains? We need DARK for our daughter's crib. I'm happy to bring but dont want to pack them if I dont have to.
    We haven’t stayed in the Jurassic suite, but have stayed in every other type of suite as well as regular rooms and the drapes are all excellent at keeping out light.

    Our rooms have always been incredibly dark.
     
  • Koalayum

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Sep 20, 2018
    I apologize if this has been asked before, I tried to find an answer. I saw somewhere that Royal Pacific is connected to Sapphire Falls (via the convention space?). Is this a viable/easier way for the average Joe to go between these resorts or would it be better just to walk the garden path? Thanks!
     

    schumigirl

    It's a bit of a roodie doodie word for lady parts
    Joined
    May 15, 2007
    I apologize if this has been asked before, I tried to find an answer. I saw somewhere that Royal Pacific is connected to Sapphire Falls (via the convention space?). Is this a viable/easier way for the average Joe to go between these resorts or would it be better just to walk the garden path? Thanks!
    We have worn our own personal path along that route, we walk it very regularly.........yes, it`s easy and when it`s boiling hot it`s so much more comfortable to walk inside.
     

    Squirlz

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Oct 31, 2000
    Has anyone here stayed in a Jurassic world suite and can tell me about the curtains? We need DARK for our daughter's crib. I'm happy to bring but dont want to pack them if I dont have to.
    We always travel with a small clip to eliminate that tiny sliver of light that is always there. The curtains at RPR are very good.

    We always take the shelf out of the fridge. You can stand up 2 liter bottles that way.
     
  • C&Jx2

    It’s me! Soldier’s*Sweeties!
    Joined
    May 26, 2019
    Boooooo my plans with the little brother fell through. We were looking forward to spending time with him!

    Upside... Husband feels bad bro can’t make it so he said let’s do a suite again for a full 7 nights :cool1:

    RPR here we come! King suite June 20-27!
     
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    CheriePenguin

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    May 1, 2005
    A couple of quick questions about the roll-away beds...

    We have 3 boys - ages 8, 13, 16 - so we need the roll-away bed for the double-queen room.
    It says available first-come, first-serve. Does that mean at the time of reserving the room or checking in?

    I think I saw someone post that they put it near the door – is that correct? Does it make it terribly cramped in the room then? Can it be collapsed/folded up? Is it there all the time? Is it more comfortable than an air mattress?

    Someone posted that you can bring a twin air mattress and they would give you bedding to use on it – is that correct? But we’re flying so we could only do that if we buy one down there. Are there any donation/swaps done like for strollers to give it to someone else who might need it when we’re leaving?

    Thanks for any info!
     

    macraven

    Proud Redhead
    Moderator
    Joined
    Apr 21, 2003
    Once in your room, call housekeeping on the room phone
    They will bring pillows, sheets, blankets, etc to your room

    When my sons were teens, I would make a pallet on the floor for one to sleep on
    Housekeeping brought many blankets, etc to make a pallet for us

    We put the pallet between the window and bed

    An air mattress would also work
    Easy to pack a new one in your luggage
     

    schumigirl

    It's a bit of a roodie doodie word for lady parts
    Joined
    May 15, 2007
    Boooooo my plans with the little brother fell through. We were looking forward to spending time with him!

    Upside... Husband feels bad bro can’t make it so he said let’s do a suite again for a full 7 nights :cool1:

    RPR here we come! King suite June 20-27!
    Oh that's a shame about your brother not coming anymore....but, there`s usually a silver lining.....a suite will be lovely!!!
     

    schumigirl

    It's a bit of a roodie doodie word for lady parts
    Joined
    May 15, 2007
    A couple of quick questions about the roll-away beds...

    We have 3 boys - ages 8, 13, 16 - so we need the roll-away bed for the double-queen room.
    It says available first-come, first-serve. Does that mean at the time of reserving the room or checking in?

    I think I saw someone post that they put it near the door – is that correct? Does it make it terribly cramped in the room then? Can it be collapsed/folded up? Is it there all the time? Is it more comfortable than an air mattress?

    Someone posted that you can bring a twin air mattress and they would give you bedding to use on it – is that correct? But we’re flying so we could only do that if we buy one down there. Are there any donation/swaps done like for strollers to give it to someone else who might need it when we’re leaving?

    Thanks for any info!
    Have it put on your reservation you need a rollaway.

    It stands on it`s end and there is room by the door to store it there during the day.

    Or bring the air mattress, as mac says, housekeeping will bring you bedding for it.

    Never heard of anyone doing the swap thing at these hotels.
     

    C&Jx2

    It’s me! Soldier’s*Sweeties!
    Joined
    May 26, 2019
    Oh that's a shame about your brother not coming anymore....but, there`s usually a silver lining.....a suite will be lovely!!!
    We loved the suite last time but for some reason that’s not a room type for five people. Now that we’re back to being four it’s good to go. :thumbsup2

    I can’t wait to see the refurbs!
     

    schumigirl

    It's a bit of a roodie doodie word for lady parts
    Joined
    May 15, 2007
    We loved the suite last time but for some reason that’s not a room type for five people. Now that we’re back to being four it’s good to go. :thumbsup2

    I can’t wait to see the refurbs!
    I hope you like the refurbs in the hotel......some really love the changes….some don`t ::yes::
     

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