Disney's Sequoia Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFaulenzerhotel Schweighofer Friedersbach
Has a pool but it was out of order when we were there. Close to the parks so easy walk or you can catch a free shuttle. Found it hard to do laundry though as no self facilities.
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