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  • On Apr 11, 2013
    Zoe from devon Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Hi, we are currently pricing our trip to WDW for Nov this year. We have though about staying onsite for 4/5 nights in the middle of our holiday. We have a girl (5) and a boy (23 months). Which resort would you recommend for us (1 bed villa pref).

    Hi Zoe! I am assuming you are thinking a villa is the way to go since you would have a separate bedroom and also kitchen facilities. If you choose a villa there are many and my choices would include Beach Club, Boardwalk, and Old Key West as my top ones.

    There are other options at resorts you also might find interesting. The Art of Animation is a value resort but they have new Family Suites. These contain a separate bedroom with queen bed and bath. The living room has pull down bed options plus another bathroom. It doesn't include a kitchen but you will have a small refrigerator and microwave and coffee maker. It is a nice option and often less expensive then going the villa route.

    Fort Wilderness also has cabins that have a separate bedroom with pull down sleeper in the living area. It only has one bathroom but it does have a full kitchen for ease of cooking and preparing meals. There is a deck with picnic table and grill for each cabin and outposts where you can purchase charcoal and simple food items.

    Staying on site makes your trip so much more magical so I hope you are able to book something during your upcoming holiday!
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