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Jewel Runaway Bay room question

NJ
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Jewel Runaway Bay room question

Planning a Spring Break trip with 4 teenagers and 2 adults. Do any of the suites have connecting rooms next to them? Do the suites have pullout sofa bed in addition to king bed? Trying to figure out a way to have the kids not have to share double beds (queen would be fine) but would also like to have connecting rooms. Thanks!

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1. Re: Jewel Runaway Bay room question

Yes, there are connecting rooms available. Not sure about suites though.

Enjoy!

Edited: 16 August 2014, 01:56
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2. Re: Jewel Runaway Bay room question

We also have plunge pool jr. suites that connect which would give that extra space for twin beds to be put in.

Scott from JRB

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Scott, do any of the jr suites or one bedroom suites connect to regular rooms? Two suites is a bit above our budget. Thanks!

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4. Re: Jewel Runaway Bay room question

Not connecting but right next to each other.

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5. Re: Jewel Runaway Bay room question

do the junior suites come equipped with sofa bed

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6. Re: Jewel Runaway Bay room question

Cooldaddio, I think above, Scott replied that they do not have sofa beds but room to have another king or twin beds.

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