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  • On Sep 15, 2011
    Kimberly from IN Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Arriving at POP on 10-15. We know we want to request the 60s. is there a particular building/location to cut down on some noise. we will be returning for naps and to bed by 9, don't want pool noise to keep girls up. getting excited now. thanks

    Hi Kimberly!

         Pop Century is my favorite Value Resort! The rooms in the 60's buildings are preferred rooms. All that a preferred room means is that it is in the section closest to the main building (Classic Hall) where the food court is located and it is closer to the bus transportation to the Parks. A preferred room does cost more per night. The 50's and 70's are the next closest buildings to Classic Hall and these are the ones that I would recommend for you. The 80's and 90's buildings are the farthest away from Classic Hall. 

         For the quietest rooms, I would request any rooms on the fourth floor (no one is above you) and rooms that face the Hourglass Lake.  If your room door faces a pool area it will be quite a bit louder n the afternoons and evenings because of people swimming in the pool.

    I hope that you have a magical stay in Pop Century on your next Walt Disney World vacation!

    Keep Dreaming Big!
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