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  • On May 30, 2024
    Brandi from AL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How can you book or price plan for multiple rooms?

    Welcome to planDisney, Brandi. It's so nice that you found your way to us! We're happy to help you plan all of your Disney vacations.

    As long as there is availability, you are welcome to book multiple rooms. However, you would have to book each room separately. To do this (or just to get an idea of pricing), you can select the Disney Resorts Collection Hotel you'd like to book, input your dates, and follow the prompts. If you are looking to book 10 or more rooms, please contact the Group Reservations line at the resort and a friendly Cast Member would be happy to help! If you'd like to request connecting rooms or rooms near each other, you can note that request during the reservation process, fill out an online form, or call the Reservations line at the resort. Please note that requests cannot be guaranteed.

    You are smart to look into booking your trip early. I don't have to tell you that the Walt Disney World Resort is a popular place and the longer you wait, the harder it is to find availability for larger groups. While I mostly travel with a smaller group, I have traveled to the resort with a larger one and there are a few suggestions I have to help make it the best trip ever. Are you ready? Because here we go!

    • Ask each member of your travel party to pick 1 or 2 priorities that they'd like to experience at the resort. This will give you a starting place when making plans.
    • If there are people that have a bunch of different priorities than everyone else, that's okay. Depending on how large your group is, you may only want to plan 1 or 2 things that you do as an entire group each day. This way, you have time to meet up and enjoy some experiences together and then times when the group can break off and check experiences off of their bucket list.
    • Plan for time at the hotel. Each resort hotel has a pool and some pretty great amenities. And what better way to spend time together than enjoying the perks of being at the same Disney Resorts Collection Hotel?
    • When making advanced dining reservations, break your group into smaller parties with similar dining times. When you check in, you can ask the host at the front of the restaurant if you're able to sit together or near each other. Keep in mind that just like with room requests, these requests cannot be guaranteed. So have a backup plan as to who will eat at what table should you need to be split!
    • Ensure that everyone is connected through the My Family & Friends List in My Disney Experience. This will make planning easier, especially if you select the option to share all plans. And while you're at it, you may as well select the option for everyone to see Disney PhotoPass photos as long as everyone is comfortable with that!
    Brandi, best wishes for planning your vacation at the resort. It's going to be full of magical memories to last a lifetime! If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out.

    You're never too old to be young,
    Matt
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Meet the Panelist: Matt, New Jersey

Well hello there! I'm Matt and I'm a Disney-loving husband, teacher, and uncle from New Jersey. You can often find me tasting my way around an EPCOT festival, rope-dropping Magic Kingdom Park, or conquering all of the Disney Mountains. I can't wait to help you reach out and find your happily ever after on your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Matt

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