Family in Deluxe Villa Resort
  • On Apr 23, 2024
    Eva from West Midlands Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Are there any Disney hotel rooms that can accommodate 4 people without having to share a bed?

    Hi Eva,

    When it comes to finding resorts at Disney World that comfortably accommodate four guests without having to share beds, Disney Vacation Club (DVC) Villas are your best bet. These villas are specifically designed to cater to larger groups and families, ensuring everyone has their own space to rest and relax after a day of adventures in the parks.

    If you're looking for a place where each guest can have their own bed, here are some excellent options to consider:

    Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa - Treehouse Villas: These unique accommodations feature three bedrooms, offering plenty of space for up to nine adults. Each bedroom typically includes a king-size bed, ensuring a comfortable night's sleep for everyone. Additionally, there are two sleeper sofas in the living room area for added flexibility.

    Disney's Old Key West Resort - 2-Bedroom Villas: With a master bedroom featuring a king-size bed, a second bedroom with two queen-size beds, and a sleeper sofa in the living room, these villas can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests. 

    Disney's BoardWalk Villas - 2-Bedroom Villas: Similar to Disney’s Old Key West Resort, these villas offer a king-size bed in the master bedroom, two queen-size beds in the second bedroom, and a sleeper sofa in the living room, providing ample space for up to eight guests.

    Disney's Beach Club Villas - 2-Bedroom Villas: Beach Club Villas offer a comfortable retreat with separate sleeping arrangements for each guest. With a king-size bed, two queen-size beds, and a sleeper sofa, these villas can accommodate up to eight guests.

    If you're looking for a unique experience, don't forget to check out The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness for a cozy retreat amidst the magic of nature. These Cabins are standalone structures nestled among the trees making it feel like you are “glamping.” They feature a master bedroom with a queen-size bed, a bunk bed area with twin-size bunk beds, and a sleeper sofa in the living room. There is a fully equipped kitchen, and you get all of the same modern amenities as when staying in a standard Resort hotel room. You can rent a golf cart for ease of moving through this Resort Collections hotel and there are some cool recreational activities available here. 

    Lastly, sometimes it’s more cost-effective to reserve two connecting rooms. My family loves to stay at Disney’s Pop Century Resort since it offers access to the Disney Skyliner. The rooms are renovated and we love the atmosphere where we find ourselves reminiscing about our childhood.

    Whichever option you choose, I hope that you and your travel party have an unforgettable time!


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Meet the Panelist: Heather, New York

Hi there! I'm Heather from Buffalo NY, a planDisney Alumni and proud mom of three. By day, I'm an oncology nurse, but my heart belongs to Walt Disney World. Having navigated the parks with babies, toddlers, tweens, teens, and multigenerational groups, I live to turn dreams into magical vacations. When I'm not exploring the wonders of Walt Disney World, you'll find me sailing the high seas on Disney Cruise Line. Adventure awaits - let's make your Disney dreams come true!  Learn More About Heather

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