Pop Century Pool
  • On Dec 18, 2021
    James from MA Asked

    I would like to be in the 60's building at Pop Century. We are booked there Feb 18-24

    Hi James, 

    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for taking the time to send us your question.  Your visit to Walt Disney World Resort is coming up shortly, I am glad to see you are thinking about the smaller details about your stay now!  

    The 60's section of Disney's Pop Century Resort falls in the "Preferred" Room category, with both standard and pool views.  First, try completing online check-in using My Disney Experience.  There is a spot for guests to make requests as you complete the process.  If this request is not an option during online check-in, double check that you have booked the proper room category, and then give Disney's Resort Hotel Reservations a call.  A Cast Member will be able to note your request in your file, and hopefully when you check-in you will travel back in time to the 60's!  If you have not booked a Preferred Room, the Cast Member will also be able to help modify your reservation if need be.  

    Please remember that even with a request noted in your file, requests are not guaranteed.  Hopefully with some "Faith, Trust & Pixie Dust" you will be staying in the most groovy section of Disney's Pop Century Resort!

    I hope you have a wonderful stay at Walt Disney World Resort, James.  If you have any other questions, please come back to planDisney we are always happy to help. 

    ~Stephanie
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