Mom And Son Safari
  • On Oct 16, 2014
    Stephanie from GA 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.

    We are looking to book a resort for our family of 4. Our difficulty is finding a room where my son and daughter (she's a kicker in her sleep) don't have to share a bed. Do resorts offer a cot for this kind of situation? If so, which ones?

    Hi Stephanie,

    We're right there with you. No one in our family wants to share a bed with my younger daughter, who is a kicker and a flopper. Now that she's 5'8", it's really a problem.

    On several occasions, we have gotten a rollaway bed when we were at a value resort such as Pop Century or one of the All-Star resorts. But it's a pretty tight fit in the room. And availability of rollaways is sometimes limited. There is an extra charge of about $15 a night for the rollaway.

    I'm not sure how old your children are, but if they are still relatively small, you might want to look at Port Orleans Riverside, which has a pull-down bunk for one person in many of its rooms. The bunk may not be big enough for an adult-sized person, however. You also can request a rollaway in the moderate resorts.

    The most comfortable option for our family from the time my daughters reached their teens has been a deluxe resort, where rooms all have a sofa that makes an extra bed, which cuts down significantly on the discomfort and the complaining. I slept on the extra bed at the Contemporary last year during a girls weekend and found it very comfortable.

    I hope that helps as you search for the best resort. Please let me know if I can answer any other questions for you. Enjoy!


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