• On Aug 15, 2016
    Kim from Lancashire Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Best room to have for , couple, mum and teenage son don't all want to be in same room and teenage son doesn't want to be in room with me

    Hi Kim,

    One of Walt Disney World's family suites might be exactly what you're looking for. The suites at both Art of Animation and the All-Star Music resort have a private bedroom with its own bathroom and space for up to four people to sleep in the living area. There's another full bath there.

    At Art of Animation, there is a sofa that folds out to a double bed in the living room and a pull-down double bed over the table in the dining area. At All-Star Music, there's a double sofa bed and two fold-out twin beds. Each suite also contains a kitchenette.

    Both of those resorts are value resorts, so they are the most economical of the larger accommodations. (Please don't think that the term "value" mislead you. The suites are quite nice. At Art of Animation, they are beautifully themed around the films Cars, Finding Nemo or The Lion King.)

    If you want more space and a deluxe setting, you might consider a two-bedroom villa at one of the deluxe resorts such as Saratoga Springs, Old Key West Resort, Animal Kingdom Lodge Kidani Village or the Beach Club Resort.

    For the ultimate in spaciousness and seclusion, check out the three bedroom Treehouse Villas at Saratoga Springs.

    Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel. I hope you find the perfect arrangement for your family's Walt Disney World vacation. Enjoy!

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We live 90 miles from Walt Disney World and have visited frequently for 20 years. Disney is the place our family can relax together, try new things (especially interesting food) and have conversations, no matter what park we visit or where we stay.
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