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Liberty Place 1BX or BX1?

ransrider

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Trying to decide between booking a 1BX or BX1 at liberty place. Staying 5 nights Nov 2025. Have points to book either one but happy to save when I can. Love room locations on high floor with nice view. Both of these have balconies but does the BX1 have better views?
 

JohnPaul

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We are here in a 1BP. It’s on the 5th (top) floor and amazing. I doubt you can go wrong w either of your choices.
 

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We will be back to Liberty Place at the end of July - 2 bedroom. Stayed there in January and loved it. hoping summertime will be as good. Staying Monday - Saturday and can't wait to return.
 

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I've stayed in studios, 1BR, and 2BR units at Liberty Place and have never had a bad unit. I'm not sure the super spiffy upgraded units are worth the points premium unless someone just has a lot of points to burn. I stayed in a top floor Studio Premier using Open Season recently, and while it was nice I don't think I would have been inclined to spend the points premium on that unit vs a Studio on a lower floor.
 

dblezard

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Trying to decide between booking a 1BX or BX1 at liberty place. Staying 5 nights Nov 2025. Have points to book either one but happy to save when I can. Love room locations on high floor with nice view. Both of these have balconies but does the BX1 have better views?
It is only 5 floors total so you don't have amazing views no matter what floor you are on. It is a nice stay, overall, though. We especially enjoyed the open roof deck area that anyone could access.
 

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If you can still change it you might consider skipping the balcony. All the rooms with balconies look more into the courtyard than any view to speak of. Also, most of the year (maybe not November) you wouldn't want to be out on the balcony because it is too hot and humid. Use the extra points for something else.
 

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we preferred the lower point room. we had to be in two rooms during our stay, due to points or availability. i don't recall the naming convention, but the room facing away from town, without the balcony, was roomier, but less points.
 
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