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  • On Feb 4, 2009
    Jennifer from MO 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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    I read somewhere that some resorts let you rent a cot for 15.00 per night. If this is correct which resorts will do this? Could the cot be used to extend a room for 4 to a room for 5? Thanks

    Hi Jennifer,

    I am not sure where you saw this information, but I do not know of any Disney World resorts that rents cots and actually my experience is that cots are not allowed in any Disney hotel room. I can tell you that there are a limited number of Port Orleans rooms that includes a trundle bed. This feature provides room to sleep five. Other options to sleep larger parties include the All Star Family Suites which can sleep six and the Fort Wilderness cabins which can also sleep six. The Polynesian resort resort features two double beds and a twin size day bed that would also sleep five comfortably. The best place to compare hotel accomodations is here.

    Sorry about the confusion on the cots. Hope one of the other resorts will work for your family.
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