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Staying at DLH for the first time, should I make a request?

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  • Staying at DLH for the first time, should I make a request?

    Hi all, we are going to DLR in October for the Halloween party and staying at DLH for the first time.

    Are the majority of the rooms already renovated? Should I call and ask for a renovated room as a precaution? I don't want to end up in one of the few old rooms.

    I booked online with AP discount, but I'm sure I could call and talk to someone, right?

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    Re: Staying at DLH for the first time, should I make a request?

    Originally posted by lalolovesme View Post
    Hi all, we are going to DLR in October for the Halloween party and staying at DLH for the first time.

    Are the majority of the rooms already renovated? Should I call and ask for a renovated room as a precaution? I don't want to end up in one of the few old rooms.

    I booked online with AP discount, but I'm sure I could call and talk to someone, right?



    There are no more old rooms anymore. Disney is finishing up on the last tower and the other two have been done for a while. You're lucky, I stayed there last August and got one of the older rooms and it was horrible. I went down to the front desk and luckily was able to get moved into a new room and it was fantastic. You will be in great shape when you arrive in October. No worries and enjoy.

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