• On Mar 13, 2019
    Christina from MI 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.

    If a Florida resident rents a Disney resort family suite, can non Florida residents stay with her at the reduced rate? It would be 3 adults and 3 kids

    Hi Christina,
    Thanks for joining us here at the Disney Parks Moms Panel with your question!

    I bet you're counting down the days until your upcoming Walt Disney World Resort vacation! I absolutely love the family suites in select Walt Disney World Resort hotels.  They are a fantastic way to have extra elbow room for everyone during vacations for our family of six.  Both Disney's Art of Animation Resort and Disney's All-Star Music Resort have family suites.  There are also two-bedroom Deluxe Resort accommodations that will accommodate six guests.  These Resorts include Disney's Beach Club Villas, Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Kidani Lodge, Disney's BoardWalk Villas, Disney's Sarasota Springs Resort & Spa, and Disney's Old Key West Resort.

    To circle back around to your question, yes, a Florida resident can share their Florida Resident discounted hotel rate to book up to three rooms using the Florida Resident discount. You can view all current Special Offers here.

    Christina, I hope you enjoy your upcoming visit!

    Best Wishes,
    Amy S.
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Florida

I’ve grown up in Central Florida and have been visiting Disney Parks for over 30 years. Now that I’m a mom myself of a blended family with four kids, I love sharing Disney’s year-round special events with my family. Some of our favorite events are the Flower and Garden Festival, Epcot's International Food and Wine Festival and Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Let me help you plan something extraordinary for your next Disney Parks vacation! Learn More About Amy

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