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  • On Dec 25, 2010
    Curtis from TX 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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    My question is regarding a party of 5. Disney lists that The standard Disney Resort hotel room sleeps up to 5 Guests. Here are options for groups of more than 5, but when I attempted to book Animal Kingdom Lodge I was told I would need the suite.

    Hi Curtis! I have a family of five and I want to assure you that there are several options for five guests to stay in one guest room at Walt Disney World Resort.  A great majority of the Resort hotels offer accommodations for a maximum occupancy of four guests, however Disney's All-Star Music and The Cabin at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort offer accommodations for up to six guests. Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside, Disney's BoardWalk Inn, Disney's Yacht & Beach Club Resorts, Disney's Polynesian Resort, Disney's Contemporary Resort, and Disney's Grand Floridian Resort offer accommodations for up to five guests with a trundle bed or day bed. 

    Although, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge or Disney's Wilderness Lodge do not offer standard guest rooms for five or more guests, these Resort hotels offer Suites and/or Deluxe Rooms to accommodate more than four guests. In addition, both these Resort Hotels offer Villas to accommodate a greater number of guests. Specifically, Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Jambo House and Kidani Village offer one bedroom suites that will comfortably and spaciously accommodate a family of five. Hope this helps. 
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