Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Apr 30, 2014
    Susan from PA 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.

    My husband and I are traveling to WDW in Nov with our 2 teenage daughters. We would like the comfort of more legroom. Can you recommend how we can affordably stay on-site? Would you recommend adjoining rooms or a family suite? Which resort? Thanks!

    Hi Susan!   November is such a lovely time to visit Walt Disney World.   The weather will be practically perfect, and holiday decorations will be starting to take shape all over the Resort.   

    Hands down I would recommend a family suite!   I don't have teenagers yet, but I do have 3 young mouseketeers who need lots of room to spread out.   The family suites at Disney's  Art of Animation Resort, or Disney's All-Star Music Resort would offer you a separate master bedroom and each of the girls would have their own sleeping area.   Suites are also equipped with two-full bathrooms which make getting ready in the morning a breeze.   You will also find  a kitchenette area that is great for storing breakfast items, and other treats you may want to keep in your guest room.  I have found that  reserving one family suite will probably be more cost-efficient than two separate rooms.  

    I would love to continue to help you plan your magical getaway; if you have any other questions about your vacation planning please let me know!

    Dream as Dreamers Do,


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Meet the Panelist: Jennifer, Alabama

Hello, my name is Jen, and my family and I call the Gulf Coast of Alabama home. I am a mom to 2 rowdy Pirates and a beautiful teenage Princess. I've been showing my "Disney Side" since I was a small child and I can't wait to share the abundance of Pixie-Dusted knowledge I have acquired about the Most Magical Place on Earth with you and your family! Learn More About Jennifer

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