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  • On Feb 13, 2012
    Jennifer from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    We booked our next trip to WDW at the Pop Century Resort. We paid extra for a preferred room. Where in the resort is the room located? I heard 50"s or 60's. Should I request one over the other? I have a toddler who enjoys the pool and playground.

    Hi Jennifer!

    Congrats on your upcoming trip to Walt Disney World! You will love the Pop Century resort. This is a fun resort for kids and your toddler will love the pool and playground area.

    A preferred room means that your room is closer to the main building, which is convenient for quickly getting to the food court, main pool and Disney transportation. There are preferred rooms in the 70s, 60s and 50s areas of the resort. The most centrally located building is the 60s building and it is close to the "Classic Hall" (main building,) Kiddie Pool and Hippy Dippy Pool (main pool.) Call the reservations line ahead of time and ask the cast member to note that you would prefer the 60s section of the resort on your reservation. Disney can't guarantee a room in a specific section, but they will do their best to accommodate your request.

    I hope you have a magical vacation!

    Magically,
    Stacy 
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Meet the Panelist: Stacy, South Carolina

Mother, wife, runner and Disney World fanatic! I'm passionate about Disney, running, fitness and fun! We have visited Disney World every year since our kids were toddlers. I love helping families plan their vacation at the most magical place on earth. Learn More About Stacy

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