[QUOTE=Dana;1118482]Yes, that’s exactly what I am saying. No, a Cast Member told me that once the resort is open in full they you will have to show a resort room key to enter the pool area. I guess in fairness to the people who are staying there, it should be that way? Who knows if it’s even true. I guess we will all wait and see. I was just putting it out there.[/QUOTE]
I know I’m just raising this weeks after your post, but logically, it doesn’t make sense that there will be some sort of barrier at AoA on their pools that doesn’t exist at any of the other 4 value resorts. In fact, I think all of the pools everywhere are pretty much wide open, excepting Stormalong Bay and possibly the main pool at the Boardwalk Inn, which is actually gated.
Think about the All Stars. Not a fence in sight and the main pools are located so that you almost have to walk through them to get to the main building.
I think in the end, someone said something when they didn’t know what they were talking about.
Not unless they’re going to fence all of the pools at both Pop and AoA.
Another thing here. Who is going to check? The simplest thing would be to totally fence off the pools at AoA and install card reader locks because the keys never say what resort they are for, for guest security reasons. Are they just going to fence off the AoA pools and not the Pop pools, or are they going to fence them all off, and to what real purpose?
Does the AoA main pool have a water slide, a diving board, or some other enhancement other than decoration and theming; or is it just like the other 4 value resort pools collections? And if it is no different, then why would this be the only sister resort to bar neighbors?
This doesn’t make sense to me and looks like a freshly extruded batch of Brown 25 from Uranus Corp.
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