• On Dec 11, 2010
    Monique from NB 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.

    We are a family of 5, 2 adults and 3 kids (4, 4 and 8). Was wondering if Disney would accomodate our family in any other resorts in a standard room. We tried a booking with our twins being 2 and found out more resorts that would accomodate...why is that?

    Hi Monique! I also have a family of 5 (five) and we enjoy staying at Resort hotels that sleep for 5 (five). Either a trundle bed, day bed, or chair bed is a nice addition to the guest rooms at several Disney Resort hotels. We have stayed at Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside in the Alligator Bayou and truly enjoyed the Cajun theme. The easy accessibility to Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter was very nice. We have also enjoyed Disney's BoardWalk Inn and the fun of The BoardWalk. 
    There are even more choices for standard guest rooms that accommodate 5 (five) comfortably at the Disney's Fort Wilderness Lodge Cabins and a few other Deluxe Resort hotels. 

    By the way,  1 (one) guest under 3 is allowed to stay in a guest room with adults and do not count toward the occupancy limit. Disney also provides Pack n' Plays for guests under 3 at no additional charge. If you mistakenly entered that your twins were 2 years of age, then the reservations system would believe that you had less than the occupancy limit in the guest room and allow you to reserve a guest room with an occupancy limit of 4 (four) guests. 

    I am confident that you will be able to find a Resort hotel to comfortably accommodate your family of 5 (five) and have a Magical Vacation!
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