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Multiple Units - Same Resort

freewheelin01

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I have booked 3 units (two 1 bdrm & one 2 bdrm) at the same resort for the same week through an II exchange. My DH and I are going on a family vacation with my adult children.

Question:
Do I need to get guest certificates for 2 of the rooms or can I do the check in for all of them and just distribute the keys as needed? anyone have experience with this?

Booked at Willowbrook at Harmony in the Poconos, Easter week 2009. TIA
 

djs

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If you and your husband are both on the II account, perhaps you can each check into a unit, and this would mean you'd only need one Guest Certificate. The issuing of keys won't matter as they'll issue up to as many as each unit accomodates.

BTW, I have friends who stayed there a couple of years ago and they had a great time. They were there in late June.
 

gmarine

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As long as you are there to check in you dont need a GC for any of the units.
 

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To get peace of mind you may want to call the resort and confirm. Be sure to get the name of the person you talked to.
 
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