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  • On Sep 24, 2021
    Ashley from SC Asked

    We will be going with an 3 month old and a 3 year old. We are only focusing on doing magic kingdom one day! We want to stay where it’s going to be easy to take infant in stroller to magic kingdom without having to take her out of her car seat too much.

    Hi Ashley! Your little Mouseketeers are so lucky to be headed to the Walt Disney World Resort! I have a few great recommendations regarding your search for a Disney “home away from home!”

    When traveling with little ones, the name of the game is “convenience.” Because you are spending one day at Magic Kingdom Park, your best bet is to stay at a resort hotel along the Monorail! These resorts include Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa! These resorts are all conveniently located along the Monorail loop, making Magic Kingdom Park easily accessible!

    From your resort, you can load the family directly onto the Monorail and take the short ride to Magic Kingdom Park! It is very convenient. And, if you’re feeling like a leisurely stroll to or from the park, you can use the walkways at Disney’s Contemporary Resort (10 to 12 minutes) and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa (12 to 15 minutes). I love the new walkway between Magic Kingdom Park and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa! It’s scenic, relaxing, and gives you a great view of the entire area!

    Hakuna Matata!  Jonathan
     
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Meet the Panelist: Jonathan, Pennsylvania

Hi, everyone!  My name is Jonathan.  I am a Disney-adoring husband, dad of three sons, and elementary school principal from Pennsylvania.  If you're visiting planDisney with questions about the Most Magical Place on Earth, then Hakuna Matata because you've come to the right group of people!  I'm happy to use my past Disney-travel experiences and knowledge to help you enjoy every moment of your vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort! Learn More About Jonathan

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