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Queen aerobed fit in Aruba Surf Club master suite?

MOXJO7282

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My family of 4, and my wonderful SIL's family of 4 will be at the Aruba Surf Club 2/7. My wife and I would like to bring a queen aerobed so when the kids go to bed we can have them in the rooms and the adults can stay out in the living room. Without the extra bed, the young boys would need to sleep on the living room sofa, and that interrupts the adult time to enjoy a movie or what not.

My question is, do you think a queen aerobed will fit in the master suite somehow?
 

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The studio side has a full sofabed in it already (which I assume you realize).
The master side is a nice sized room, but I don't think a queen aerobed would fit in. I think it would be tight, but if you really wanted the kids to stay in the BR with you and, assuming they are young and you don't mind a very crowded bedroom, perhaps 2 twins which can be placed in an "L" might be squeezed in.
Perhaps someone else can chime in if they think that's an option.

Too bad you're leaving on the 7th, since that's when I get back and I would have measured for you when I was down there (I won't be taking a laptop with me); perhaps someone will be there next week and can give you a definitive answer.
 

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Too bad you're leaving on the 7th, since that's when I get back and I would have measured for you when I was down there (I won't be taking a laptop with me); perhaps someone will be there next week and can give you a definitive answer.
Thanks for the input. I was hoping to catch someone there and have them somehow estimate/measure. I think I will have to find a twin, which I'm sure would fit. Its (2) 8 yr olds, so they would fit on less than queen, but that's all I have.
 

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How about just putting them to bed in your bed and then transferring the sleeping children onto the sofa bed when you go to sleep?

Or enjoy the nice TV in the bedroom as adults - there are chairs in there, too.
 
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