Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Sep 8, 2012
    Angie from TX 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 trip for 6/13. 4A/5K (2 fam) better to get sep rms or deluxe villa. On budget, staying for 7days. What r chances of getting 4 connected rms? 1st time for my brothers fam 5th for mine want to make stay magical. Thanks u guys r awesome :)

    Hi Angie,

    If you want connected rooms, you are better off to book at two-bedroom villa at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.  The ones in Kidani Village can accommodate nine guests.  The added bonus is that you have a full kitchen and private laundry facilities in your villa too.  The only potential downside to this arrangement is that everyone in your villa must opt for the same (or no) Disney Dining Plan. 

    If you choose to go for separate rooms in Jambo House, you have a good chance of getting four adjacent rooms.  Getting two that connect is a possibility but you won't find four in a row that connect internally.  A request for four rooms side by side will likely be honored but keep in mind that room requests are never guaranteed.  Separate rooms would afford you the flexibility to choose a separate Disney Dining Plan than the one your brother's family might choose.

    It's unclear which of these options will be most cost-effective.  Promotions change frequently so my best advice is to work with a travel agent.  A Disney-savvy agent will keep tabs on new offers as they become available and they can find you the best deal.  Just ask them to price out both options for you.

    Wishing you all a truly pixie-dusted vacation next June!

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