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What type of beds in 2nd bdrm at Cypress Harbour?

Quilter

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The website has a queen bed and sofa. Do any of the units have 2 beds?

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No, all units have the same configuration. The only difference I know of is the end units have a small window above the desk.
 

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Sofa is a sofa bed.
Two high school girls and neither is complaining about sleeping on the sofa bed.
 

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It's been a few years since I was there, but I believe the master had a king bed and the guest bedroom had a queen bed and a queen or double sofa bed. Although we did not use it for sleeping, I'm sure the couch in the living area was a queen or double sofa bed also. We did not use either sofa bed, so I'm not sure of the size.
 

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My issue with Cypress Harbour isn't so much only the queen and sofa in the second bedroom is that there is so little room available in the second bedroom when the sofa is pulled out. I would never take a family larger than four to Cypress Harbour.
 

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I think they have a 1 king bed in master and a queen beds in the 2nd bedroom. They can be used as singles or pushed together to form incredibeds.
 
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There is also a sleep sofa in the living room.

The second bedroom is great for kids/teens or a couple, but don't try to put four people in there together. It is not a big room. Also, it is the room that is right next to the front door and overlooks the hall and parking lot. People walk by the room a lot unless you are on the end.
 

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I love these resorts, but I hate this second bedroom configuration. Marriott Cypress Harbour and Marriott Newport Coast Villas have the exact same layout.

The second bedroom seems very cramped. There is a queen-sized bed and a sofa bed. The problem is when you actually need to use the sofa bed for sleeping. Then all the floor space is occupied. There is a dresser that one can no longer access when the sofa bed is pulled out because the space is so tight. People have to literally crawl into bed. We use the second bedroom for our three kids and I feel like I'm tucking sardines into bed when we stay here. I also do not like that the second bedroom backs onto a fairly noisy outdoor walkway.

There is no option for another bedroom configuration at Cypress Harbour. You'll have better luck at different options if you choose Grande Vista.
 
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