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  • 3 bedroom suites?

    Has anyone stayed in the three bedroom suites at GCH or DLH recently? If so, do you have pictures of the room configurations? And is there any online information about them? The disney website does not list them as a possibility to book.

    We stayed at DLH in December with some friends and used their DVC points. We were in the 2 bedroom suite and we were a little disappointed.

    We are planning another trip soon with family that has never been to DLR. There will be six adults and four children (5, 3, and two 18 month olds).

    Any information or opinions you have would be great!

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    Re: 3 bedroom suites?

    I would try to get one bedroom connecting suites...better bang for your money I bet , esp. w/ that big clan you're bringing!! Tho' I surprisingly found the recently remodeled suites at Paradise Pier on the top floor w/ SPECTACULAR 180degree views from Dland to DCA nothing to sneeze at....

    What a wonderful trip you have planned for your family!! You'll have the BEST time!!
    Just countin' the days til the next visit!

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      Re: 3 bedroom suites?

      This shows the floor plans of the suites at the GCH. (Disclaimer... I found this doing a Google search and the site is a travel agent site).

      http://www.mousetyme.com/DLGrandCalSuites.html

      And these are the suites at the Disneyland Hotel, from the same site:

      http://www.mousetyme.com/DLHotelSuites.html




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