• On Sep 14, 2009
    Krista from MD 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 trip for Feb 2010. 6 people husband 2 kids 4 & 7 and grandparents. Rec on where to stay together or two rooms. Like the Y & BC, it may be too expensive. What are your recs. & what do you think about DVC? Are BC DVC too far for 4

    Hi Krista,

    We often travel to Disney with my parents, and when we do, generally stay at one of Disney Vacation Club's two bedroom villas.  Each villa has two separate bathrooms, a full kitchen, living room and dining area.  There is also a washer/dryer, which enables you to pack light!  There is ample room for everyone to have their own space as well as plenty of common areas to share meals and each other's company.  The Villas at Disney's Beach Club are among our absolute favorite DVC properties.  The resort's location, within walking distance (or boat ride) from both Epcot and Hollywood Studios is a huge perk.  In addition, Stormalong Bay is perhaps the best pool at Disney, with a sandy bottom, lazy river and unbelievable slide!  We recently stayed at Kidani Village at Animal Kingdom Lodge and were also very impressed.  The lobby is remarkable, and being able to stand on our balcony and look at African wildlife was incredible!  If you are planning on spending a significant amount of time at Magic Kingdom, Bay Lake Tower is a great choice, as you can either hop on the monorail or take a leisurely stroll to the park.    Each of the DVC resorts is well-themed, has wonderful pools and amenities.  Any would be a great choice if you are looking for a large space that can accommodate everyone in your party comfortably.

    Have a wonderful trip!

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