Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On May 15, 2009
    Natacha from DE Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Does the POR have 2Q plus the trundle? How is the room outfitted? We booked our rooms here for Sept. for my 3 boys (7,5,2) and my husband (BIG Guy) and I? This is our 1st Disney Trip and we will also be celebrating a bday? Any suggestions. TY

    The rooms at Port Orleans Riverside don't actually have queen beds; they have doubles.  The rooms are approximately 314 square feet in size.  They feature two double beds. In my experience the trundles are under the bed that is closest to the door of the room.  The trundles are not the same size as a standard twin bed; they are smaller.  The trundles can comfortably sleep a young child but an older or larger child may be more comfortable in the bed.  In your case, you could always choose to forgo the trundle and opt instead to have your toddler sleep in a portable crib.  The downside of that would be that you couldn't push it under the bed to make more space.

    You'll also find that the restroom in Port Orleans Rooms has water closet that is separated from the sink area so that while someone is showering, someone else can be brushing their teeth and applying sunscreen.  The sink area has a curtain that can be pulled for privacy.  The rooms at Port Orleans Riverside also have a small refrigerator.

    As for your birthday celebration, it would depend on the age of the birthday person.  Perhaps a nice dinner out with a special order cake would be in order if you or your husband are celebrating.  If one of your sons is the birthday boy then a visit to the new Pirates League might be the perfect birthday treat. 

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