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Ko Olina 3BR Question

stslc

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Just scored a great II trade into a 3BR OV at Ko Olina for the first week of May using my 1BR Mountainside Gold. Question is about the configuration of the bedrooms. We are going to go with two other couples. I can see there are 3 bathrooms which is great. I can't see from pics the bed configuration. It looks like two rooms with Kings and the third with two beds. Are they twin, double or queen? If twin, can they be pushed together to form a king? Thx
 

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Just scored a great II trade into a 3BR OV at Ko Olina for the first week of May using my 1BR Mountainside Gold. Question is about the configuration of the bedrooms. We are going to go with two other couples. I can see there are 3 bathrooms which is great. I can't see from pics the bed configuration. It looks like two rooms with Kings and the third with two beds. Are they twin, double or queen? If twin, can they be pushed together to form a king? Thx

The room with 2 twins is next to the living room. It is a smaller room. I don't know if you can push the beds together as we have never tried. If possible there will be a nightstand to move between the beds. Also there would still be a split in the middle of the two beds if you are able to push them together.

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Congrats on the great trade. Did you have an ongoing search for this?


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Congrats on the great trade. Did you have an ongoing search for this?


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Not ongoing. Just a regular search to see what was available the first couple weeks in May. There were a lot of good options but I couldn't pass up a 3br at Ko Olina.
 

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3BR @ Ko'Olina is a such a great score.

To answer your question: yes, you can push two beds to make one king bed.
I do not remember specifically if it was twin or double. Definitely not a queen.
My brother's family of 4 (4-year-old and 1-year-old) slept together without any problem.
 
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