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  • On Mar 11, 2012
    Kayla from ON 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.

    Can you book at one resort for the first of your trip and then book at another for the last part of your trip?

    Hi Kayla! Great questions today!  Yes, you can certainly book several different resorts for your Walt Disney World vacation. We like to refer to it as resort hopping and many of us do that as we want to experience every resort.  I am looking into trying for a quick trip to try out the new Art of Animation resort as well as the Royal rooms in Port Orleans resort sometime this year.

    When you change resorts you need to simply ask the bell staff that you need your luggage delivered to the new resort that day.  They will do that sometime between 1pm and 3pm.  You don't even have to lug it over yourself!

    If there are two locations you wish to try then definitely go for it! It is hard enough narrowing the great choices down for a trip so if you can pick two that is even better!
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Hello Adventurers and travelers! I am Kay and a past Adventures By Disney mom for the panel. But now I am excited to share vacation planning tips for those heading out for an incredible vacation to Walt Disney World. Learn More About Kay

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