Mom And Daughter Aulani Room
  • On Jul 16, 2012
    Jessica from MA 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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    Hello Andrea, thanks again for your advise & Hope you'll have a fantastic upcoming trip to Disney! Need your advise again-What's the difference between Value Studio villa va Standard villa at Animal Kingdom Lodge? Is conceierge level worth it? Thank y

    Hello, Jessica!

    I stopped in and chatted with a Cast Member while at Kidani Village and was told that, in his opinion, the Value Studio at Animal Kingdom Lodge is the best value on property. Your room will be essentially the same as a Standard, but it will be about 20% smaller. There will still be two queen beds, but the other space will be smaller; even your appliances will be slightly smaller too. You won't be guaranteed a specific view, but might luck out with a great location.

    Regarding Concierge Level rooms,  I know very many Members who swear by their stays at this level; the additional perks such as snacks and drinks often help them fill out the meals on the Dining Plan. I'd look at the additional number of points it might cost you to reserve a Concierge Level stay and see what those additional points will cost you (fewer nights?) If the benefits outweigh the loss, then do it. If you're not sure, then wait for a short trip in the future, and experiment with it then. 

    Let me know what other questions you may have about your options in booking your Disney Vacation Club stay in WDW; you know I love to help!
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