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#1

Just an FYI- My dad called last night to try to get reservations at WDW for the week between Christmas and New Year’s. He could not get a room below $510.00 per night. I am assuming that these are suites or concierge rooms somewhere. I knew that it would be crowded then, but WOW! The people that he is going with do not want to make ADR’s ahead of time. (Yes, I know that they are crazy…) :wacko: I told him good luck… If you are going during this time- I would prepare yourself for a very festive WDW. WOW!!!


#2

Hmm, strange. The moderates and value resorts are sold out as usual, but the deluxe resorts have rooms.

Animal Kingdom Lodge, savannah view room: $468.30
Wilderness Lodge, courtyard view room: $440.44
Beach Club, standard view room: $511.80

Expensive, yes, but available. These are the nightly rates with tax for a room only reservation.


#3

That’s criminal. WDW is great, but I wouldn’t pay more than $150 a night at AKL (and I never have).


#4

The year that my mother and I stayed at PC for New Year’s Eve,we got our reservation on December 26th,the last day reservations could be cancelled without a penalty. i would suggest that anyone wanting to stay on NYE only and doesn’t want to pay the outrageous prices of the Deluxes do the same.


#5

Wow! That is amazing! Guess I’ll never make a spur of the moment Christmas trip!


#6

We once paid almost $5,500 for a Delta Dream Vacations package that included parks, a 1-br villa at BWV, and airfare. (Go ahead and giggle… I was new to this whole thing!) It was embarrassingly expensive, but it was so incredibly great that we felt OK about it! Hope this helps…


#7

It’s just money to some people. Wish I had that kind to throw, I mean vacation, away. :pinch:


#8

December 20-Jan 3 2002/3 POR with silver package for 2 adults 1 child $7500