Multiple Room Ressies


Sep 27, 2000
OK, I did this wrong the first time I tried to post this, as I have never posted a new topic here before. Anyway, here is my question:
At the end of May, we are going to Vero Beach for the first time. We are staying 3 nights in a studio. We are having some friends come with us to
stay for the first night. We have been put on a waitlist for a room for them (InnRoom or Studio)for that first night. Does anyone know that if we get the room, if it will be added to our original ressie or will it be considered a
separate ressie? We are concerned that if it is added to the original, that something may get "crossed" and we end up having to move or
something when our friends check out? Is there anything special we need to know or do to prevent something like that from happening? Thanks!


Apr 26, 2000
When I have done that it has been entered as a separate ressie. Shouldn't be a problem, but make sure you ask Member Services to ensure that it will be okay.

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The prodical child
Aug 18, 1998
When we reserved three studios for our upcoming trip this Xmas, we were given three separate confirmations and reservations numbers.

I agree with Mary, check with MS and be sure.

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Dec 5, 1999
Member Services have always been helpful. In the past they have linked reservations for us & things turned out well. Enjoy!