• On Oct 18, 2020
    Terri from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Family of 5 with 3 grown children. can we stay in one room at a Disney hotel

    Hi there, Terri, and welcome back to planDisney! I’m so glad you’ve stopped by with your question today. I see you’re planning a trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth next May -- how exciting! 

    My family loves to stay at Walt Disney World Resorts whenever we visit, but we are definitely comfortable getting cozy in one room, as long as there is room for everyone to sleep comfortably! Luckily, many Disney Resort Hotel rooms sleep 5 people without issue! Many Deluxe Resort Hotel rooms have two queen beds plus a regular size (not XL) twin-sized pull out/daybed. Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa features rooms with this configuration, as do Disney’s Contemporary Resort and Disney’s Old Key West Resort. However, some people prefer an alternative option of two Resort rooms with two queen beds, giving everyone more bathroom access and space to spread out. Two such rooms in a Value Resort Hotels such as Disney’s Pop Century Resort would likely fit the bill for sure! 

    As an alternative, I’d also recommend the Family Suites at Disney’s Art of Animation and All-Star Music Resorts. These amazing rooms have a unique configuration that sleeps families of up to 6 people. The sleeping arrangements include one queen-size bed, one double-size convertible Table Bed, and one double-size sleeper sofa.

    Lastly, there are also Deluxe Villa Resorts that feature 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom villas for the ultimate in Disney luxury and elbow room! Resorts that feature these rooms are often Disney Vacation Club properties. They include Disney’s Riviera Resort, Copper Creek Villas and Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa, and my personal favorite, Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort! The last of these offers an incredibly short walk to Magic Kingdom Park. 

    Terri, as you can see, there are myriad options available to accommodate you and your family on your next Disney adventure! Truly the toughest part is picking just one! All the Walt Disney World Resorts have different amenities to suit all tastes, and I’m certain you’ll find just the right fit! Also, did you know that you must have Park Pass Reservations for each day you wish to visit the Parks in addition to Park tickets? You can even conveniently check the online availability calendar before you book your reservation! This and more details of the changes you’ll find in the Parks are found on the Experience Updates pages. 

    I hope that this information helps you make the best decision possible, and please know that you can come back again anytime we can be of help again in the future!

    See ya real soon!
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Meet the Panelist: Clara, Ohio

Hi, friends! I'm Clara, a Pediatrician from Cincinnati, OH, a mom to two Disney-loving boys and married to my college sweetheart.  As a native Spaniard and Spanish speaker, my happiest early memories of life in the United States were formed at Walt Disney World. I love to find ways to sprinkle some R&R and good food among the hustle and bustle of our Disney vacations, and I would love to help you do the same! Learn More About Clara

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