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  • On Oct 3, 2012
    Tami from KY 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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    Hello! Can someone tell me the advantages/disadvantages of a 2 bdr "lock off" as opposed to just a regular 2 bdr villa? I am specifically looking at Bay Lake Tower and am wondering which would be more beneficial for us? Much difference? Thank you

    Hi Tami,

    You will just love staying at Bay Lake Tower at the Contemporary Resort.  Both villas that you are thinking about can accommodate nine guests.  The main differences are the beds.  In the dedicated two bedroom villa, you will have one king bed, two queen sized beds in the second bedroom, one queen sleeper sofa, and a sleeper chair.  In the two bedroom lock-off villa, you will have a king sized bed, one queen sized bed, one full-sized sofa sleeper, and one queen-sized sleeper sofa, and a sleeper chair.  The two bedroom lock-off actually is a one bedroom villa and studio with adjoining doors.  It will just depend on who you are traveling with to see which option will work for your family.  Otherwise, they both have a washer and dryer with a full kitchen and living room.  Please let me know if I can help you further with your vacation plans, Tami.  I know your stay will be magical!

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Meet the Panelist: Laura, Indiana

I am a family practice physician and mother of three children.  I would love to answer any questions about Disney Vacation Club and my most favorite place in the whole world:  Walt Disney World!  Let me sprinkle some magic in your life! Learn More About Laura

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