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Baby cribs at Royal Resorts

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Anyone know if the cribs have fixed sides or if they have one side that can be dropped?

I understand that the ones with the drop-down sides are considered less safe.

TIA.
 

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It has been a couple years since we had a crib for our Grandson but that did drop down. It was OK but just didn't seem to meet the code that we have here. Seemed a little small too. I think we only used it a couple nights and decided to have them remove it from the unit. They might be different now, just ask to see one, you can always say no thanks.
 

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Here at the Royal Islander now and we have a mini crib with no drop down sides. Slats are farther apart then what we have in the US, but it really hasn't been a problem. Nit came with a sheet and a mini pillow? It's been perfect for my 10m old
 
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