Wilderness Lodge Resort Pool
  • On Nov 16, 2022
    Rebecca from PA Asked Please note that 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 trying to do a family vacation with our children( 8 girls and 2 boys) we need a place bigger enough to sleep every one

    Hiya neighbor - welcome to planDisney!

    Rebecca, I'm so glad you stopped by with your question for our team of panelists. We love to help Guests just like you plan your very own, very magical, Walt Disney World Resort vacations!

    You've got quite a crew of Mouseketeers with you! If I'm including you and your husband, that would put us at 12 total Guests, is that correct? If you all need to be together in the same space, there is only one room category for you to look at - the 3-Bedroom Grand Villas at Disney Deluxe Villa Resorts. Here are the specific Resorts that offer this room type:

    • Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort
    • Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
    • Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Kidani Village
    • Disney's Beach Club Villas
    • Disney's BoardWalk Villas
    • Disney's Old Key West Resort
    • Disney's Riviera Resort
    • Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
    • The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
    Rebecca, I will give you a heads up that in addition to being the only rooms that can accommodate up to 12 Guests, these are also the most luxurious accommodations at Walt Disney World Resort. They are priced accordingly, and tend to have limited availability due to there not being many of these rooms at each Resort.

    Whenever I'm planning a trip for a larger group, at some point I'll usually come up with the "great idea" of booking a 3-Bedroom Grand Villa instead of three standard rooms. Let me tell you, getting multiple rooms is definitely the more budget-friendly option! Even a 2-Bedroom Villa, which sleeps nine, combined with a Deluxe Studio, which sleeps 4, will usually be more budget-friendly. Of course, with multiple rooms, you and your husband would need to stay in separate rooms unless one of your children is above the age of 18.

    I have some friends with a large crew of kiddos, and they've found that it's better for them to invite other grown-ups to vacation with them and split into three standard rooms. Even with paying for the additional airfare and Theme Park Tickets, it's their preferred way to avoid the higher-priced Villas. Plus, they love having additional grown-ups around to help keep all the little ones happy!

    I hope this information is helpful, Rebecca - please stop by with any additional or follow-up questions that pop up!

    Ryan J.
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Meet the Panelist: Ryan, Ohio

Hi, everyone! I’m Ryan from Ohio and am so happy that you’re here! By day (and most nights and weekends), I'm a business professor mentoring the next generation of leaders. In my free time I love outdoor activities and traveling with my family and friends, scarfing down ice cream, and, of course, all things Disney! I can’t wait to help your crew plan a magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Ryan

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