While we absolutely love the Boardwalk, and are now looking forward to our December stay there, the one problem I face with that resort is making the right kind of room request. It is hard to summarize a room request there, because it seems each constraint we have is mutually exclusive with another!
This time, we had to book a Garden/Pool view, which makes matters worse. A standard view would have been easier!
Because my wife’s knees aren’t the greatest, my first priority is a second or third floor room. Anything on the fourth or fifth means using the stairs isn’t useful, needing to be being close to the elevators.
Then there is the view…we really prefer NOT to have a view of the main pool area due to concern for noise. Quiet pool is fine, as would overlooking the Swan…but those are on opposite ends of the resort. Would it be okay to make a request in the negative? Like, “NOT overlooking the main pool area.” ???
A view of HS/ToT is a nice to have, but not necessary.
So, I’m thinking to say:
- Floor 2 or 3 (not 1), or else near elevator, due to bad knees.
- NOT overlooking the main pool area.
- Overlooking HS ToT.