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  • On Feb 2, 2009
    Denise from MI 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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    Hi! We're coming to WDW Feb 2010 and we're big planners! Planning the trip is half the fun! What we were wondering is which specific room numbers provide the best view of Epcot/MK fireworks at POP Century? Thanks bunches!!


    You sure are a planner (A Disney Moms panel candidate, for sure!).

    Pop Century building are themed to the decades of the 50s through the 90s. Immediately cross off of your list the 70s, 80s and 90s buildings.

    Next, when you make your reservations request what I have listed below. But also you need to call the Pop Century directly (407-938-4000) 10 days before you are scheduled to arrive and make sure that they have down as well that you want;

    • A room on the top floor
    • A room facing north
    • A room in one of the following buildings
    These three choices are in order of preference, but any will do if they meet your request;
    • 50s building (the one whose rooms are numbered 2101-2474), east or west wing
    • 60s building,(the one whose rooms are numbered 4101-4472), west wing
    • 50s building, (the one whose rooms are numbered 3101-3472), west wing
    Please note that the numbers above are not rooms you should request. This will help the reservation team know what buildings you are referring to (as there are 3 buildings each in 50s and 60s section).

    Have a Magical Vacation!
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