• On Dec 4, 2016
    Alyssa from MS 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.

    Help. My girls want to go to disney for there 17th birthday but I don't want to go is there a way that it could just be them two and I pay for it

    Hi Alyssa! I certainly don't blame your girls for wanting to head to Walt Disney World to celebrate their 17th birthdays. My own family has spent many of our birthdays there over the years and returned with pixie dusted memories.

    To book a room at any Disney resort the guest must be 18 years or older. They will need to wait another year to do this on their own or perhaps another adult will enjoy accompanying them for this trip. The 18+ person who books the reservation will also have to put a valid credit card down for the room and be present at check-in. This might be a wonderful opportunity to join your girls and have a special trip for all of you together.

    If you have other questions about reservations and resorts please check out the FAQ Page on the Walt Disney World website.
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