Mom And Daughter with Glass Slipper; Prince Charming; front of castle; tiara
  • On Jan 6, 2016
    Amanda from OH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi moms! Disneyland newbie here. We are looking at vacation with up to 11 ppl one being under 3. Are we able to get two 5 ppl rooms and have the under 3 in the room or will we need to look for a 6 ppl room. We were looking at doing adjoining rooms.

    Hello Amanda. Thank you for taking the time to stop by Disney Parks Moms Panel. 

    How wonderful you're planning on taking your first trip to the Disneyland Resort. There are many benefits of staying onsite, being close in proximity to the parks and taking advantage of Extra Magic Hour at one of the parks each morning of your stay. The three onsite properties each offer rooms with daybeds and many offer bunk beds as well. Depending on how petite your child under 3 years old is or how tight you wish to squeeze in a bed, it should not be a problem to book two rooms, each for up to 5 people. Based on your budget, it may be more economical to get a 2-bedroom or 3-bedroom suite.

    I have this information helps with planning your upcoming trip. Please feel free to visit me on the page again if you have further questions, Amanda!

    Have a magical day,
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Meet the Panelist: Kiki, California

Greetings from Northern California! I have been fascinated by the magic of Disney since I was a little girl; now that I am a mother of two, I love watching my children experience Disney Parks through their own eyes. I am also surrounded by fellow Disney-loving nurse friends whom I enjoy quick adults-only Disneyland Resort escapes with. Whether you are planning your once-in-a-lifetime family trip or a short adults-only getaway to the Happiest Place on Earth, I am here to help!

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