Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jun 27, 2016
    Angela from ON 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 planning for our 1st family trip to WDW (2 kids under 3). Can't decide between animation fam suite, one-room villa or a regular room. What do you recommend?

    Hi Angela!

    Congratulations on your upcoming visit to the most magical place on earth! You will find that there are so many wonderful resorts and options to choose from at Walt Disney World, all of which offer their own unique benefit. I particularly love the Art of Animation Resort because they have huge family suites that have a queen bed and separate bedroom for parents and a living room and double sofa bed and convertible sofa bed for kids. This resort also has the largest swimming pool throughout all of Walt Disney World! These are economically priced and offer plenty of room. The standard room has two double beds and one king bed, but no kitchenette and everyone is in the same room. I personally prefer the family suite because it offers everyone space of their own, as well as space to congregate.

    Disney Moms Panel Tip: While you are at Art of Animation make sure to check out the Movies Under the Stars and the Arcade. 

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Meet the Panelist: Stacy, South Carolina

My name is Stacy and I'm a native Carolinian, single mom to two amazing teens, and a Walt Disney World fanatic! My kids and I are Disney Annual Passholders and whether we are celebrating a birthday, running a runDisney race, or simply having a craving for a Mickey pretzel, we visit the most magical place on earth as much as possible! I am ecstatic to share the tips and tricks I have learned over the yEARS as part of the planDisney panel!
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