EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Mar 5, 2012
    Dominic from orkney 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.

    hi we are planning a trip to wdw in 2013 we have stayed in all the all star hotels and the pop century resort out kids will be 17 and 15 when we next go and we would like to get the free dinning plan what would be the best resort to book for extra room

    Hi Dominic,

    Thanks for writing!  Rates are generally released for the upcoming year in mid-to-late summer, so check the Disney Parks website frequently for your travel dates.  As for where to stay with some additional room for your growing family, I have two suggestions.  If you'd like to stay in the value category, I suggest considering a family suite at either All Star Music Resort, or Disney's new resort, Art of Animation.  Family suites have a separate bedroom and living room (which has pull-out chairs and a sofa) as well as a kitchenette, which is handy for preparing small meals and snacks, and can help save on concessions inside the parks.  Another wonderful option is in the moderate category.  The cabins at Fort Wilderness Resort are among my family's favorite Disney accommodations.  Each cabin features a fully-stocked kitchen, a bedroom and living room (the living room has a pull-down, Murphy-style bed), a dining area and a private porch with a grille.  The Fort is in the Magic Kingdom resort area, and very convenient for visiting the park.  In addition, it's loaded with special activities and recreation options and is a wonderful destination in and of itself.

    Wherever you chose to call "home" while on your next Walt Disney World vacation, I hope you have a magical trip!
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