Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Jan 22, 2011
    Dawn from WI 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 will be coming to WDW in May 2011. It will be 3 adults, a 6 yr old and a 21 mo old. We are trying to determine the best lodging to be able to get the sleeping arrangements we need. If possible we would like to "glimpse" fireworks from out h

    Hi Dawn,

    When my princesses were little, we stayed at the Boardwalk Inn because we are Disney Vacation Club members and this was our home resort. We could easily stroll to EPCOT and Disney's Hollywood Studios with our daughters in their stroller. I did not realize how much easier it made touring with little ones until I recommend to my dear friend to stay at a moderate resort with little ones in strollers. She said how hard it was to juggle her children and stroller at night after a long day of touring.

    This being said I now recommend to guest with little ones to stay at a resort which you can walk or take a bus or monorail to one or two parks to ease your touring. To stay on budget, purchase just a Magic Your Way base ticket, shorten your stay for a day or look for deals such as free dining.

    Bay Lake Towers' one bedroom will provide you with a separate sleeping area for your little ones as well as two bathrooms and a washer dryer unit and full kitchen. With the Magic Kingdom view, fireworks are right out your window plus you can walk to Magic Kingdom and take the monorail to EPCOT.

    For a partial view of fireworks at EPCOT, the Boardwalk or Beach Club Villas are a great choice.

    Hope you have a magical vacation!
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