• On Sep 15, 2016
    Lisa from KY 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.

    Planning a spring trip with my husband, 16 yr old daughter and her boyfriend, so my question is which is the best resort to have seperate sleeping quarters for them,plus have two bathrooms? Can't afford deluxe suites. Thank a bunch!

    Hi Lisa,

    Thanks for your excellent question. Traveling with extra teenagers -- whether they are friends or your child's significant other -- can pose an accommodation dilemma for all of us, especially if you are trying to keep the resort budget as low as possible. 

    We've solved the problem in the past by booking two connecting rooms at a value resort such as Pop Century or one of the All-Star resorts. That gives some privacy and separation at night, but still allows access to two bathrooms.

    The other most economical option on Walt Disney World property is one of the family suites at Art of Animation or All-Star Music. The suites have a private bedroom and two foldout beds in the common area, plus two bathrooms and a kitchenette.

    If none of the on-property meets your needs and budget, I can tell you that there are some hotels and resorts near Walt Disney World that offer larger accommodations, some at a lower cost. You don't get the benefits of staying on property -- Extra Magic Hours, free MagicBands, free transportation and standard parking and more -- but it could solve your issue with sleeping arrangements.

    I hope that's helpful. Thanks for looking to the Disney Parks Moms Panel for assistance. Enjoy your spring vacation with your family and friends!


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We live 90 miles from Walt Disney World and have visited frequently for 20 years. Disney is the place our family can relax together, try new things (especially interesting food) and have conversations, no matter what park we visit or where we stay.
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