• On Jun 9, 2020
    Joe from TYNE AND WEAR 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 travel with 2 adults and 3 children aged 8,4, & 2. When searching it is showing us family suites, could we not fit in a standard room with cot? Differing reports online as to what age qualifies as infant. thanks.

    Magical Greetings to you, Joe!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. I’m glad you stopped by with your question! 

    I love discussing all things related to Walt Disney World Resort, but if I had to choose just one thing, my favorite would be talking about Walt Disney World Resort hotels! They’re all so very unique and magical in their own ways. During every vacation, I try and carve out some time just to enjoy all the amenities the Resort hotel has to offer. Whether it’s spending a day relaxing at the pool, eating at the wonderful Resort hotel restaurants, or cozying up to watch a Disney film under the stars, I love taking the time to enjoy all the fun activities unique to each Resort hotel. 

    Planning a trip for your family is going to be so much fun, Joe! Nothing beats seeing the magic through your little Mouseketeers’ eyes! Since your youngest Mouseketeer is only 2, you do have the option to book a standard room and request a Pack n’ Play for the room. Children under the age of 3 are considered infants. I recommend adding the request to your resort reservation, since availability is not guaranteed and is on a first come, first serve basis. Since the Pack n’ Play comes with sheets but no blankets, I like to remind parents not to forget any lovies or blankets your little one needs to fall asleep; because as we are all aware, rest on a Walt Disney World Resort vacation is key to the magic!

    Joe, one of the amenities located at each Theme Park that has been vital for my little ones has been the Baby Care Centers. They have air-conditioning, with areas for changing, high-chairs for feeding, a main room with television to keep your older ones occupied. Also, be sure to check out Rider Switch, a feature that allows Guests to take turns waiting with little ones. It’s helpful in a way that you won’t have to wait twice as long to ride the attractions that the little Mouseketeers may not be able to ride.

    Joe, if you have any more questions about your magical vacation, we’re all ears at the Disney Parks Moms Panel!

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Meet the Panelist: Aena, Texas

Hi friends! Consider me your own Fairy Godmother, full of helpful tips to make your Walt Disney World Resort vacation magical. I'm Aena, wife to my Prince Charming, mom to future Imagineers, and forever a kid at heart. I call Walt Disney World...I mean, Texas home, and spend my time singing Disney tunes. One of my favorite things to do is to stay on property and explore everything the resorts have to offer. I'd love to help you find the best Instagram-worthy spots for your Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Aena

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