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Grand Mayan Nuevo Vallarta - rollaway beds available?

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Are rollaway beds available if one does not want to sleep on the sofa beds? If so, what might be the cost for one for the week? Are the sofa beds just like all other sofa beds - not something I would ever want to sleep on?
 

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The sofa beds

are roll outs, see attached photo.
They can be used sofas, then slide the lower part out and gain room for up to 4 , They have the same sofa in the bedroom.

Fwiw,

Greg



Are rollaway beds available if one does not want to sleep on the sofa beds? If so, what might be the cost for one for the week? Are the sofa beds just like all other sofa beds - not something I would ever want to sleep on?
 
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are roll outs, see attached photo.
They can be used sofas, then slide the lower part out and gain room for up to 4 , They have the same sofa in the bedroom.

Fwiw,

Greg
So are the rollouts somewhat comfortable? Are they better than sofa sleepers?
 

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They are like a small trundle bed, you need to roll the coffee table out then, pull out the lower beds, or you can just use the tops, they are the same.

Greg

So are the rollouts somewhat comfortable? Are they better than sofa sleepers?
 

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The sofas are quite comfortable - more so than the regular beds. The pull-out trundles have a mattress that is about 4" thick. These are shorter than the sofa - great for kids.
 

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They were very comfortable mattresses they kind of felt like memory foam. The regular beds are not that comfortable .
You may want to ask for a topper for them.
 

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We had a 2 bedroom unit at GM-NV last Easter. I was surprised at the amount of potential beds in the unit. Both of the bedrooms had king sized beds (very hard mattresses, as per usual in Mexico). Both the bedrooms also had the pull out sofa beds in the bedrooms.....and honestly if I was to have a teenager (or even a normal sized adult) sleep on the sofas, I would use the sofa itself (which was really more of a daybed than a sofa) and not the trundle bed part of it since the sofa was very large and comfortable (basically almost a twin size....look at the photos and you'll see how deep the sofas are) as a bed (not so comfortable as a sofa). Then in the living room, there were TWO of these sofa beds.

So in all, the 2 bedroom units have 2 king size beds, and a total of 4 sofa beds. You don't need a roll-away bed!
 

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The sofas are quite comfortable - more so than the regular beds.
I agree with this. My snoring keeps DW awake, so I often relocate to another room. When were in NV I found the sofa more comfortable than the bed. Didn't bother with the trundle - just slept on the sofa.
 
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