Family in Deluxe Villa Resort
  • On Mar 20, 2023
    Vicente from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Looking for a resort to stay in to house a family of 6. Which resorts have these accommodations?

    Hello, Vicente,

    Thank you for sending your question to planDisney.  With your trip less than a month away, booking your accommodations soon is important, so you will want to secure a reservation quickly.  Once you have that completed and purchased your Theme Park Tickets, I'd also encourage you to book your Theme Park Reservations as the first week of April already has some limited days for guests to visit. 

    Throughout Walt Disney World, there are Deluxe Villas that can be booked by any guest. The 2-bedroom villas, 3-bedroom grand villas, bungalows (Disney's Polynesian Village Resort), treehouse villas (Disney's Saratoga Spring Resort & Spa), and cabins (Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge) all have room for 6 guests. The villas also have a complete kitchen and a washer/dryer and will feel more like an actual home. In fact, when Disney Vacation Club members stay at the resorts, they are often greeted by cast members with the happy words, "Welcome Home!"

    Similarly, the Deluxe Resorts have different suite options, and some would have room for your family. If you look at any of the specific resorts online, just click on the Room Rates tab which shows you the different rooms at each resort and the occupancy.  The suites at the deluxe resorts will have access to Club-Level services.

    At Disney's Art of Animation Resort and Disney's All-Star Music Resort, there are family suites that are lovely while being more budget-friendly. There is a kitchenette, a living space, a separate bedroom, and 2 bathrooms in the family suites.

    The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Lodge Resort are in the moderate category of pricing and amenities. They are individual log cabins, rather than rooms within a resort, and offer a full kitchen, living space, 1 bathroom, and a bedroom. 

    Finally, another simple option is to first select the resort you like the best that meets your needs and budget and make a reservation for two connecting rooms. Not only would this provide you with more space, but you would also have 2 bathrooms. 

    Wishing you a magical trip! Please let us know if you have any further questions as you continue planning.
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