Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Feb 25, 2012
    Julie 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-Royal Guest Rooms have Queen beds? a trundle? We have reservations at the all star Music in June and are thinking of changing to the Royal or Caribbean rooms. We have a 12 yr old boy and a 7 yr old girl. Your thoughts and info please.

    The Royal Guest Rooms at Disney's Port Orleans- Riverside are so special. A seven year old princess would feel like she was in a castle bedroom. The headboards explode with fiber optic fireworks and elegant touches such as luxurious drapes and gold fixtures create a royal atmosphere. These rooms are designed for the Disney Princess friends of Princess Tiana so a little girl would love sleeping in one. Two Queen beds with no trundle are in the Royal Guest Rooms.

    Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort is also a good choice. Pirate themed rooms with queen beds with no trundle are an option at this resort. The Old Port Royale Pool has two water slides and water cannons. My favorite part of this resort is the relaxing hammocks at the beach.

    Either of these Disney Story Rooms would provide an extra layer to your vacation. Plus you will enjoy the advantages of a Moderate Resort with a bigger, more elaborate pool complex with water slides, more restaurant and recreation choices, and in room mini refrigerators. 
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