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  • On Sep 27, 2012
    Heather from MS 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 a trip with some friends wondering would it be easier for us to book together (two adjacent rooms under one reservation) or to book separately and then request adjacent rooms? Would it be cheaper to do one over the other or about the same?

    Hi Heather!

    This is a great question. There is really no cost savings in doing it one way over the other. I have done it both ways myself many times. I will say, however, that I have been much more successful in connecting rooms when making the reservation for both room at once on one reservation. For adjoining rooms, I really have not seen a difference. 

    I do suggest calling Disney directly however.  You might also consider working with an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner. He or she is a travel agent that specializes in Disney vacations. 

    I hope this helps. Please write back with more questions. 
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Meet the Panelist: Bernie, Maryland

I am an engineer with NASA with prior Air Force service. My wife and I have two boys, ages 13 and 8. At home, I'm known as the "Disney Guy" and I've enjoyed helping guests plan their Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line, and Disneyland vacations. Learn More About Bernie

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