Family with Mickey balloons at Grand Floridian; Asian; mother; father siblings
  • On Apr 27, 2024
    Brandie Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello! I am looking for the most efficient way to house all my kids on this trip. We are having issues finding a room with the bed space we need. All together we will need 5 beds with at least two being queens. We all need to be in the same suite.

    Hello, Brandie! Welcome to planDisney!

    It sounds like you are preparing for an amazing Walt Disney World Resort vacation with all of your family. How fun! Luckily, you have come to the right place! We have been fortunate enough to experience two visits to The Most Magical Place On Earth with our children and both sets of grandparents; being together as a group created so many fantastic memories.

    I believe you have two different options without knowing exactly how many guests will be traveling with you. The first and most cost-effective option would be to book a Family Suite at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort or Disney’s Art of Animation Resort. These suites have one bedroom with a queen bed, a dining area with a double-size convertible table bed, and a living room with a double-size sleeper sofa. They can accommodate families of six, which may cause your children to share beds. 

    If your family exceeds six Guests and you want a bed for each person, your other option would be to stay in a Disney Deluxe Villa. You will have 1-, 2-, or 3-Bedrooms and other amenities like a kitchen, dining room, and washer and dryer. Each resort will differ, but typically, a 2-Bedroom Villa will sleep eight (8) or nine (9) adults and have a king bed, two queen beds, and a queen-size sleeper sofa. 2-Bedroom Villas that can accommodate a ninth Guest will have a twin-size sleeper chair to accommodate. A 3-bedroom Villa can accommodate up to 12 Guests and will feature a king bed, four queen beds, and a queen-size sleeper sofa. Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House, and the Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa all would be great options. Still, there are plenty of other options in this category of Disney Resorts Collection hotels.

    Another benefit of staying in a Deluxe Villa, aside from the proximity to the Theme Parks, is being able to take advantage of more time in the parks with Early Entry and Extended Evening Theme Park Hours. That’s 2.5 more hours in the parks to enjoy!

    Brandie, if you would like me to explore the various Deluxe Villa Resorts in more detail, please submit a question directly. I have either stayed at each one or resort-hopped to each one for dining and drinks research purposes! I would happily share my thoughts on resorts you are interested in.

    See you real soon!
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Welcome to planDisney! I'm Brent, a husband, father, coach, and dog dad from Annapolis, MD, with a mind on a permanent Disney vacation! I specialize in crafting unforgettable trips to the Walt Disney World Resort but when it's my turn to vacation, you can catch me indulging in the food options of EPCOT's World Showcase, ascending Disney Mountains, and lounging poolside at Stormalong Bay with a delicious treat from Beaches & Cream Soda Shop! Learn More About Brent

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