• On Apr 11, 2017
    Linda from GA 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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    I booked a 1 bedroom villa at Saratoga Springs for 3 adults and (2) 3 year old twins(one with health issues. I called and spoke to guest services and they said we could all stay in this room. My babies sleep in their own travel cribs. is this okay?

    Hi Linda, and welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

    I am excited to hEAR you have an upcoming stay planned at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, which just happens to be one of my "Home" Resorts with Disney Vacation Club.

    Linda, the 1-Bedroom Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa does indeed accommodate up to five guests. However, no extra bedding or linens are provided for the fifth guest. The 1-Bedroom Villas contain a King-Size Bed in the Master Bedroom, as well as a Queen-Size Sleeper Sofa in the main living area. While Pack 'n Play cribs are available upon request, cots are not available

    Therefore, with three adults and two children, your family will certainly be capable of being accommodated in a 1-Bedroom Villa at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, especially if you are planning for both of your 3 year-old twins to sleep in travel cribs.

    As you will be traveling with two young Mouseketeers, I would encourage you to visit the Donald Duck interactive water play area with playful jets located at the High Rock Spring Pool, or the children’s themed aquatic play area complete with two miniature waterslides in The Paddock Pool. I expect these areas will be a hit with your children.

    Wishing you a most magical upcoming vacation at the place where The Magic is Endless!

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Hi! I'm Trish from Canada, a single mom to two kids and a proud Disney Vacation Club member. In my circle of friends, I have a reputation for gravitating to any discussion involving Disney Parks and Resorts and would welcome the chance to share my experiences with you. Have you ever wondered what Disney Vacation Club is all about? Trying to decide if membership is right for your family? Have a question about visiting a Disney Vacation Club Resort? If so, you have come to the right place!

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