VERO BEACH 2017 Information & Adoration Thread

jjk3

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You’re not imagining it. We were told about the gift card offer when we checked in last Monday for a little getaway.
We bought ours after check-in. I believe you could only do it through a website or QR code on the flyer they gave us. The $100 was only good at the sit down restaurant, but the bonus $20 was good at the market and I believe the bar too.
Can either of you post the website? If it is the same as last year, it does not require any passwords or anything.

Thanks!
 

jjk3

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Jan 25, 2011
Do you still have the website or is it a unique code given at check-in? I will try to call the desk when our stay gets closer and see if its still available, but was there any expiration listed on anything?
We will be staying at VB for the first time this coming Feb, I too am interested in this gift card. Any additional information you can supply would be greatly appreciated. Is it possible for you to supply the website or is it a unique code as stated above? Thanks for any information. :flower1:
Here is the web site: offers.disney.com

Use this code: VBWWGRILL

Please be aware that I believe they will not allow you to use your 10% DVC discount when using these gift cards. So, it is more like a 6.7% discount if you are a DVC member.

Have a great trip!
 
  • MickeyMom76

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    We will be staying at VB for the first time this coming Feb, I too am interested in this gift card. Any additional information you can supply would be greatly appreciated. Is it possible for you to supply the website or is it a unique code as stated above? Thanks for any information. :flower1:
    We are also going for the first time in Feb. so excited! Just started looking through this thread. But any suggestions or recommendations from others who have gone in Feb? We’ll be in a studio Feb 12-16.
     

    sleepydog25

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    We are also going for the first time in Feb. so excited! Just started looking through this thread. But any suggestions or recommendations from others who have gone in Feb? We’ll be in a studio Feb 12-16.
    We were there the first week of March this year, so very close to your dates. Our weather was good--not too hot during the day, not too chilly overnight. We didn't go in the water nor the pool. We didn't see a lot of people on the beach, but the pool was generally busy. Here are some observations from which you can draw your own conclusions:
    - It's a quiet resort, especially that time of year.
    - It doesn't open up very early nor stay open very late. If you're a fan of fresh coffee, either you must brew it in your room or get down to the lobby area early to grab a cup. Nothing opens until 8 a.m. and it all shuts down at 9 p.m.
    - You are not very close to many offsite restaurants. There are 2-3 within an easy walk, but they're mostly cafe or pizza style items. To get to any others, you'll have to drive pretty much all the way into Vero Beach proper--roughly 15 minutes away.
    - If you like to hang out at a pool bar, then you'll like the one at VB--friendly, solid drink/wine/beer menu, and decent-sized seating area.
    - We had no problems with bugs, but there were already signs out saying they had repellent available.
    - Our room was in good shape, and we had a huge studio that looked out toward the ocean. Lovely location.
    - In short, if you want a quiet getaway with some activities (DJ at the pool, kids' stuff), this is a good choice. Just be prepared to drive to do any real dining or shopping.
     

    MickeyMom76

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    We were there the first week of March this year, so very close to your dates. Our weather was good--not too hot during the day, not too chilly overnight. We didn't go in the water nor the pool. We didn't see a lot of people on the beach, but the pool was generally busy. Here are some observations from which you can draw your own conclusions:
    - It's a quiet resort, especially that time of year.
    - It doesn't open up very early nor stay open very late. If you're a fan of fresh coffee, either you must brew it in your room or get down to the lobby area early to grab a cup. Nothing opens until 8 a.m. and it all shuts down at 9 p.m.
    - You are not very close to many offsite restaurants. There are 2-3 within an easy walk, but they're mostly cafe or pizza style items. To get to any others, you'll have to drive pretty much all the way into Vero Beach proper--roughly 15 minutes away.
    - If you like to hang out at a pool bar, then you'll like the one at VB--friendly, solid drink/wine/beer menu, and decent-sized seating area.
    - We had no problems with bugs, but there were already signs out saying they had repellent available.
    - Our room was in good shape, and we had a huge studio that looked out toward the ocean. Lovely location.
    - In short, if you want a quiet getaway with some activities (DJ at the pool, kids' stuff), this is a good choice. Just be prepared to drive to do any real dining or shopping.
    This is so helpful! Thank you. Now I'm even more excited. My husband and I are going on a little getaway for our 20th anniversary and wanted to go offseason so it would be quieter. This sounds perfect! Do you happen to remember your room number? I think we requested a top floor with hopes of some type of view of the ocean.
     

    sleepydog25

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    This is so helpful! Thank you. Now I'm even more excited. My husband and I are going on a little getaway for our 20th anniversary and wanted to go offseason so it would be quieter. This sounds perfect! Do you happen to remember your room number? I think we requested a top floor with hopes of some type of view of the ocean.
    Hmmm, no is the short answer. pirate: However, it was in the Inn, Ocean View, and I want to say it was either 2415 or 4215. . .I think. As you stand in the lobby facing the ocean, it was the top room in the right corner. It's configuration was great. The door opened to the right side (facing the direction of the pool) where you stepped into a short hall with a closet to your left and the fridge, microwave, sink area to the right. Step past the closet, and turn left, and you were facing the ocean. But the room was huge! As you walked toward the sliding door leading to the balcony, the sleeping area was on your left--a small room unto itself. To your right was a small anteroom with a large couch, TV, soft chairs. (The bathroom was near the fridge, sink, and closet area.) This was OKW style space. You could literally put in a couple of rollaway beds and still have room to move around (not that you could or would want to). I also believe they have spa services there, so for a couples retreat time, VB would work well, too.
     

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