Where to store baby's bottles

alexandra uk

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 14, 2002
Ds still has 2 milky bottles throughout the night.
Will there be enough room in the mini bar to store his milk? If not, d'you think the hotel (Sequoia Lodge) would allow me to keep it in the kitchen fridge?
 

Bexx

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 12, 2002
There might just be enough room to squeeze in a couple of bottles without moving anything in the mini bar - we managed to chill a couple of tonic bottles last time!!

But check what sort of system it works on. If it's as sophisticated as the one we had at the New York, then if any item is moved from it's resting position you will automatically be charged as if having used it! Of course, if needs be you can then go down to reception and explain but it's a bit of a hassle.
 


BevS97

disney scrapper
Joined
Oct 31, 2000
is it formula? we put the water in the bottles, and then premeasured the powder and put it in a little plastic box, and just mixed it at the last minute - that way it does't need refridgerating.

Bev
 

alexandra uk

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 14, 2002
Its not formula, its normal full fat milk.
If I can't squeeze them into the mini bar without moving anything, I'll just ask at reception. They're bound to get loads of people with babies/toddlers asking the same question.
I would imagine it will be quite hot over there in June, so I don't really want to leave it out all night.
 

jilljill

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Jan 21, 2003
You could always get some ice and put it in the ice bucket and ice them down each night. We did this last month with sodas with no problems.
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