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  • On Jul 22, 2022
    Chante from OR Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    i want to do family vacation with 3 theme parks and air fare and motel with a kitchen

    Hi Chante,

    Welcome to planDisney and thank you for your question! So excited to hEAR that you’re planning a vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort in 2023. We here at planDisney can’t plan the vacation for you, we can however share our experiences, tips, and give you ideas about how to plan your vacation for you and your guests!

    At this time, there are no airline tickets booked through a Walt Disney World Resort package for U.S. guests. Your airline tickets will need to be booked through your airline of choice separately from your package. 

    While you’re deciding on your travel options, my first suggestion would be to create a My Disney Experience account. This will give you access to the My Disney Experience mobile app as well as keep all of your vacation information stored digitally (online and in your mobile device). The mobile app is also how you can see maps, attraction wait times, mobile order food, and so much more!

    Once you’re signed into My Disney Experience online, take a look at this visitor’s guide. It’s super helpful and will aid you and your guests as you decide which three Theme Parks you’d like to go to. I always suggest Magic Kingdom Park, so you can see things like Cinderella Castle as well as the Festival of Fantasy Parade! With this guide, you can also look at the different categories for rides, like thrill rides or what’s best for younger kids. 

    The next step in your planning is choosing your hotel. If you’d like to stay at a Disney Resorts Collection hotel, there are multiple options that have a kitchenette or kitchen. Some of those resorts include Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, Disney’s Art of Animation, and the Deluxe Villas throughout the property. If you choose to stay on Disney property, once you decide on a resort, you can make it into a package inclusive of your tickets.

    As you go through the hotel process, you should be able to add your Theme Park tickets based on the number of days you’re staying in your Resort. So, if you’re staying for seven days, you can choose Theme Park tickets for up to seven days. Since you’re hoping to go to three Theme Parks, I suggest at least a three, one park per day ticket or three day Park Hopper. This way you’ll get ample time in the Theme Parks. Don’t forget to add in a rest day at the hotel in between Park visits!

    I know that was a ton of information, but I hope this “Bit By Bryanna” is helpful as you prepare for your 2023 vacation. If you have any other planning or vacation questions, please feel free to reach out, I’m always happy to help!

    The Magic Is Calling,

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Meet the Panelist: Bryanna, North Carolina

Welcome to planDisney! My name is Bryanna and I am a "Disney-lifer". I have traveled to the Walt Disney World Resort since my toddler years and I have not been able to get enough of the magic. Whether we are at the one of the Walt Disney World Theme Parks or a Disney Resorts Collection Hotel, it is a way to escape every day life. I have planned many family vacations and now it is my turn to help you. Through my experienced lens, I take joy in being a part of your magical journey! Learn More About Bryanna

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