• On Oct 8, 2021
    Rebecca from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Can 4 adults and 2 kids sleep in 1 room in Disney Polynesian Resort?

    Aloha Rebecca, and welcome to planDisney!

    Thanks for sending your question our way, and we appreciate your patience as we assist all wayfinders anxious to sail over to celebrate 50 years of magic in Walt Disney World. 

    Disney's Polynesian Village Resort is one of my family's favorite places to stay, dine, and play. The Moana-inspired rooms are spacious (Tomatoa would have room to store all of his shiny treasures here!) and beautifully appointed. The convenient location on the monorail is perfect for families planning to spend time at the Magic Kingdom Park and EPCOT. The island-inspired fare at Capt. Cooks is delicious, and the perfect to-go option for an evening picnic on the beach with fireworks as a backdrop. There are just so many things my 'ohana loves about this resort!

    Rooms at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort accommodate up to 5 adults plus one additional occupant under age 3. If one of the children in your party is an infant, and will not have turned 3 years old by the time of travel, you will all be permitted to stay in one room. Since the guest rooms here offer two queen-sized beds and one daybed, you would need to request or bring a pack 'n play or another sleeping surface for the infant. My family of four (two adults and two young children) recently stayed here, and although the rooms provide ample space for a family of four or five, I think we would have been crowded with another two adult guests in the same room. 

    If you're looking for accommodations for six, you could get two rooms at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort and request they be connecting or located in the same longhouse, or you could consider other options. The family suites at Disney's Art of Animation Resort or Disney's All-Star Music Resort offer two bathrooms and sleeping spaces for up to six guests. The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort accommodate six and offer full kitchens. Two-bedroom villas in the Deluxe Villa Resorts would also provide enough space for your group, and offer amenities like in-room laundry and full kitchens. 

    I hope this gives you some ideas of resort rooms that will work for your party, Rebecca. My family and I have stayed in nearly every Walt Disney World Resort, and we have enjoyed each one. The hotels of the Disney Resorts Collection are so special, and I know your family will have a wonderful vacation. Thanks for stopping by planDisney with your question, and we'll see ya real soon!

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