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  • On Sep 14, 2014
    Wayne from Bedfordshire 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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    Hi we are coming to stay at Animal Kingdom in march 15. We were wondering if anybody could tell us if the beds are hard or soft, after staying at sequoia lodge in Paris they were hard which made sleeping a problem. Many thanks

    Hi Wayne:

    I often stay at Animal Kingdom Lodge and really enjoy the resort and the views of the savannas and animals.  To my tastes, the beds are comfortably firm, and I've always had a great nights sleep at the resort.  It could be that the bed you slept on in Paris was too firm because it was very new. 

    You can call the resort about a week before you arrive to let them know your preference for a softer mattress.  If Disney World is able to accommodate you, they will.  If you find that the mattress in your room is too firm, you can work with the front desk.  It may be possible to arrange for a different room, or secure a rollaway bed, or find another solution.

    Enjoy your vacation. 
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Meet the Panelist: Jonas, New York

I am a family man and huge Disney fan raising two awesome and rambunctious boys.  As Disney Vacation Club members, we travel to Walt Disney World often. Learn More About Jonas

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