Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On May 7, 2012
    Sandra from MT 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 headed to WDW hoping for mod resort. Hubby & I will have 2 teen boys in tow- over 120 lbs each. They can't share a queen bed. Will we need 2 rooms? Also how are room charge cards handled for minors. Is there a limit? I would hate for them to los

    Hi there, Sandra!

    Thanks so much for checking in!

    If your children are in need of their own beds, you have a couple of options:

    The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort can accommodate six people. In one room, there is a queen bed and a bunk bed; in the living area, you'll find a couch and a Murphy bed. The boys can have the living area to themselves while you and your husband enjoy the privacy of the bedroom. Please be advised that each cabin has one bathroom only, and it is not a split restroom. The Cabins are considered a Moderate Resort. Any other Moderate will necessitate you to book two rooms.

    Disney's new Art of Animation Resort offers Family Suites that can sleep up to six people. In the master bedroom, there' s a queen-size bed and an en-suite bathroom with shower. In the common area, you'll find a double "table bed" - a bed that converts to a table - and a double sleeper sofa. There is a bathroom (with shower) in the common area as well, which is a perk. And this Resort falls in the Budget category.

    When you arrive at your Disney Resort, you can set up an account for your boys. Just tell the Cast Member who checks you in that you want to create a spending limit for the children. The easiest way to do this is to bring cash with you. You'll hand the cash over at check-in, where the Cast Member will associate that amount with the Key to the World Card. It will then function as a debit card. There are also ways to work this out with credit cards, but cash - or Disney gift cards - are much easier.

    Have a wonderful trip!

    See you later, celebrator,
    -Deborah B.

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Meet the Panelist: Deborah, Florida

As a Florida native, my life has always included Walt Disney World. Now I share that magic with my husband and my sons, ages seven and eight. In between trips to the World, I teach for the Department of English at the University of South Florida. Learn More About Deborah

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