Christmas on Main Street
  • On May 5, 2021
    Robert from IA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Planning for a Christmas Week stay w/6 adults, 4 teens and a baby…are we able to book rooms, tickets, AND park reservations in one step??

    Hi Robert,

    Welcome to planDisney! I am delighted to see you planning a trip during the Holidays at Walt Disney World Resort! Given how busy the parks are at that time of year, I am glad to see you planning early.

    Prior to making reservations, I suggest that you create a My Disney Experience account if you have not already done so and, make sure everyone traveling with you is linked or listed in your My Family & Friends List. If folks have their own My Disney Experience accounts, you will need to link to those accounts by sending them an invitation to connect through the My Family & Friends List. For the teens and infant, you can create profiles for those Guests and manage their plans in My Disney Experience.

    Given the size of your group, you may be able to book a vacation package with a resort hotel and theme park tickets together if you all share a three-bedroom Grand Villa. Several resort hotels have three-bedroom Grand Villas including Disney's Riviera Resort, Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, and The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. These accommodations sleep up to 12 adults and should allow room for your family to spread out and relax. 

    If you decide to book separate accommodations for folks within the group, you would need to make those reservations separately when reserving online. Disney's Art of Animation Resort has family suites that sleep up to six adults. Your group might also like The Cabins at Disney Fort Wilderness Resort. They also can sleep up to six adults. 

    After you book a vacation package, you will need to go through another step to make Disney Park Pass system reservations for everyone in your party. While booking your vacation package, you can check the park pass reservation availability calendar to make sure there is park pass availability for the dates of your visit. Once your vacation package is booked and linked in My Disney Experience, you can make park pass reservations. 

    Robert, I hope this helps. Although it might take an additional step, the park pass reservation process moves pretty quickly once you are in the system. And seeing those reservations linked in My Disney Experience just brings so much happiness!

    Magic and memories,

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