Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Feb 11, 2012
    Kylie from WA 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 Are coming to Disney World from Australia in September and cannot decide between two options for accomodation. There is 3 adults and 4 children (12, 8, 6 and 1) and we cant decide between the Wilderness Lodge Villas and the junior suite club level.

    Hi Kylie!  What a wonderful trip to be looking forward to for your family this coming September. The weather is still nice and warm in Florida for some swimming and yet the crowds do thin down during this month making the parks much easier to handle.

    Your room choices are both great!  Wilderness Lodge is a super resort and one that will make you think of the US west! Staying on the Club Level is a fun experience as you have concierges daily who can help you with your reservations and any other issue that might come up. You will also have complimentary breakfast in the morning, snacks during the day, and hot appetizers in the evening as well as sweets.

    But if you are looking for a comfortable stay I would go with the Villas for the size of your family. The villas will offer you two bedrooms as well as a pull out couch and most important it offers you two bathrooms where the junior suites only have one.  For seven persons the extra bathroom will save time and stress during your stay especially on days when you want to hit the parks early. They both give you some basic kitchen facilities so you can prepare snacks and breakfast etc in the room to save time and money.
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