• On Feb 15, 2018
    Megan from KS 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.

    I’m planning a trip for Sept 2019 for myself, mom, a friend, brother, and niece. My brother is pushing for the All Star while am trying for the cabins at fort wilderness so we can be together. Can we split where we stay and be on the same reservation?

    Hi there, Megan!

    How exciting!  It sounds like you have quite a trip planned to Walt Disney World with your family next year! 

    I think what you are referring to is what is know as a "split stay."  Many Guests like this option so that they may experience different resorts.  It's almost like having a whole new vacation.  

    When you book your magical trip, you would have separate reservation numbers for each resort.  However, by calling (407) WDW-STAY, you can have them linked by a reservationist.  This makes your transition so much smoother.  Did you know?  You can even have Disney transfer your luggage for you to your next resort?  Having different reservation numbers will not affect your park tickets.  

    Thanks for visiting the Disney Parks Moms Panel, and let us know if we can help with any other trip planning questions.  There's so much to explore at Walt Disney World.  Happy planning! 

    Magically yours in 2018,

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Meet the Panelist: Jacqui, Illinois

A Walt Disney World veteran traveler since the early 1970's, I can't wait to help you plan the most MAGICAL vacation.  I am a Disney Vacation Club Member and an Annual Passholder.  Whether you need tips for traveling with babies, toddlers, adolescents, adults or seniors, I can help you create the most Pixie Dusted adventure. There aren't many things our family hasn't experienced at Walt Disney World, and I would love to make suggestions so that you will have the vacation of a lifetime!  Learn More About Jacqui

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