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  • On Apr 5, 2011
    Pamela from RI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi- We actually live in the same town! How do you feel about split stays to experience 2 different resorts at WDW ?

    Hi Pam! We live in the same town? That's awesome! May be we'll run into each other at the local coffee house one of these mornings. Many guests book two separate Disney Resort Hotels during their vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort. This gives them the opportunity to experience varied locations and enjoy the amenities in different resort accommodations. Personally, I would only recommend doing this if you plan on visiting for six nights, or more. You can split your hotel stay among separate resorts and feel as if you've actually had two distinctly separate vacations. Attempting a split stay during a very short visit might be fine too. However, consider the time you'll spend away from all the fun while packing/unpacking, checking-out, transportation between resorts, and finally checking-in again. Again, I would only consider a split-stay if I'm staying at the Walt Disney World Resort for an extended period of time. Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance, and be sure to say "hello" if we run into each other. Have a memorable visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!
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Meet the Panelist: Ritzy, Rhode Island

People describe my love for Walt Disney World Resort and Disney Cruise Line as intoxicating and contagious! My family fell in love with the Disney Magic aboard our first Disney cruise with Captain Mickey in 2006. I personally love to spread pixie dust, as I truly enjoy sharing my Disney experience with everyone! Learn More About Ritzy

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