EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Feb 4, 2013
    Kellie 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, where is the best place to stay if you have 2 little ones and a teenager? My concern is that the girls and I will crash early and my husband and 18 year old son will not be ready to sleep when we are, and I don't want to disrupt the girls' sleep.

    Hi Kellie,  Thanks for visiting the Moms Panel!  It can definitely be a challenge for a family with different schedules to share one hotel room.  There are a couple of solutions for your situation. You might consider booking connecting rooms at one of the Walt Disney World resorts - that way, you and the girls could go to sleep in one, and your husband and son could come and go from their own room without disturbing the rest of you.  This would also give you the luxury of having 2 bathrooms, which could come in very handy for a family of 5!  Connecting rooms are available, by request, at all of the Value, Moderate and Deluxe hotels so you could pick one that suits your budget.  Another option, and one that my family of 5 really loves, are the Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort.  These cabins may look rustic from the outside, but inside they have everything that your family could need.  There is a bedroom with bunkbeds and a double bed - perfect for you and the girls - a bathroom, full kitchen and living room with a full sized sleeper sofa, which your son could use.  There are televisions in both the bedroom and living room as well.  We have had so many great vacations at this resort, and I highly recommend it for not only the size of your family, but for something a little "different" as well.  If you click the link I provided, you can find all the information on the Cabins and amenities offered at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort.  Also, here is a link for Rooms for 5 Guests or more at Walt Disney World  with other options that you may find appealing.

    I hope you find this information helpful, Kellie, and I would be happy to assist you with any more questions you may have.  Have a magical day!

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