Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Sep 25, 2012
    Elizabeth 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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    We have booked a 2 br villa at the W Lodge, but are thinking about switching to a 2br villa at Bay Lake Tower. It looks like the Bay Lake Tower has a third bathroom and an actual dining table. 3 kids (11,9,3) parents and in-laws. Which do you suggest?

    Hi Elizabeth!

    Congratulations on your upcoming vacation to Walt Disney World!  Isn't it wonderful that you get to choose between two incredibly fabulous Disney Resorts for your accommodations?!

    Yes, the 2 Bedroom Villa at Bay Lake Towers does have 3 bathrooms, which would be very nice!  So, if that is the deciding factor, then there is your answer.

    Regarding the dining table, both Bay Lake Towers and Wilderness Lodge have banquette tables for dining.

    Both resorts are really wonderful and each has its own unique features.  We love the atmosphere at Wilderness Lodge.  It's a cozy "getaway" withing the WDW Resort.  If you would enjoy feeling like you are in the great Pacific Northwest, then you will love it!

    Bay Lake Towers is very sleek and contemporary in design and function.  The greatest benefits of this Resort, I believe, are the views and the Monorail, which runs right through the Resort on its way to the Magic Kingdom!

    I hope you enjoy your stay and are happy with your choices!
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Meet the Panelist: Teronya, Tennessee

I'm Teronya from Tennessee, but friends call me "Tron!" From experience with Disney Vacation Club, Disney Dining, special diets, Grand Gatherings and more, it would be an honor to help you create your own Walt Disney World vacation magical memories! Learn More About Teronya

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