Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Aug 3, 2009
    Arliani from dki jakarta 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 family of 5, 2 adlt and 3 childrn, of 12, 10 and 2, will be staying from 9/17-9/29, we are actually booked at cabin at fort wilderness, but wondering if we should also try another resort, so not to stay whole 12 nights at the same resort,thanks


    There are a lot of regular visitors to Walt Disney World that "resort-hop", switching mid-vacation from one resort to another. Some even do it a few times on longer trips!

    Personally, with two small children, I prefer to stay put in one place. But I see the merits of this, and you might like it too.

    If you were to change, you could start with the rustic allure of the cabins, and the solitude and spaciousness they provide. Then after a switch to one of the other resorts, you could enjoy some of the more traditional hotel amenities that you may have come to expect.

    I would do it in that order (Cabins, then resort). Make sure that you get all your Advanced Dining Reservations transferred over correctly, and contact the Cabins to see what kind of assistance they can provide in the resort change. With traditional resort swaps I have found that they will move your bags to your new resort for you (not all the way to your new room, but to the bag check), so that you can save some time and effort.

    Have a magical vacation!
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