Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Aug 3, 2013
    Christine 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 know the 2 queen with daybed room at BW Inn is only a request. Have a teen girl and teen boy who need own beds. Do most of the 2 queen rooms have daybeds, or only a few? What do you think our chances are of getting one? staying 11/22 to 11/30.

    Hi Christine!

    Disney's Boardwalk Inn is a wonderful resort! I can understand your concern about wanting to make sure there is room for the entire family to spread out. My son absolutely refuses to sleep in the bed with anyone, so it is also critical for us to ensure he has his own bed when on vacation.

    I believe you have a good chance of getting a room with two queen beds and a daybed when you visit. However, you can always get a room with 2 queen beds and request a cot for an extra $15 a night when you get there if your room doesn't have a daybed. We did this for my son and it worked out quite well. 

    if you are concerned about room, you may also want to consider a villa at the Boardwalk Inn. They have one and two bedroom villas available, which would allow you more space, as well as a kitchenette. You can also consider a Deluxe Room at the Club Level which has two queen beds and a queen sized sleeper sofa, which can sleep up to six.

    I hope you have a magical visit!

    Magically,
    Stacy
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Meet the Panelist: Stacy, South Carolina

My name is Stacy and I'm a native Carolinian, single mom to two amazing teens, and a Walt Disney World fanatic! My kids and I are Disney Annual Passholders and whether we are celebrating a birthday, running a runDisney race, or simply having a craving for a Mickey pretzel, we visit the most magical place on earth as much as possible! I am ecstatic to share the tips and tricks I have learned over the yEARS as part of the planDisney panel!
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