• On Jul 2, 2018
    Desaree from ID 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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    What is the best resort for a toddler that is a light sleeper. Our family is a party of 5 and we are hoping that we get at least one bedroom to nap the little one in with little disruption. We also use fans to drown out noise for her, are those available

    Hi Desaree!

    Thanks so much for stopping by the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    Ah yes, the toddler naps. I remember those well. In fact, I still come back to my Walt Disney World Resort hotel to take a midday nap.

    If the rest of your party is also coming back to the room either for a break or a swim, then I suggest staying in a Family Suite at Disney's Art of Animation Resort or Disney's All-Star Music Resort. This way your toddler will have her own room to sleep while others can watch TV or take a dip in the pool without interrupting your princess.

    I suggest not booking a room by the pool, because sometimes you can hear music from the poolside parties. Also, I would bring either a small sound machine or now they have apps with white noise. My friends who are light sleepers swear by them.

    If you have any other questions, please come back and see us real soon. Here's hoping your Sleeping Beauty gets some rest!

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Meet the Panelist: Tania, Virginia

I've been on numerous Walt Disney World Resort vacations, ranging from girlfriend getaways, anniversary trips, "runDisney-cations," mommy/daughter trips and family vacations with my 5 princesses in tow! Need a reason for a Disney vacation? I've got 20! Learn More About Tania

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