Mom with infant
  • On Oct 5, 2021
    Jenilee from Gauteng Asked

    Does your reservation at the hotels/resorts need to have one adult per infant ? I plan on travelling alone with my twins who would be 1 year old at that point.

    Hello Jenilee! Oh boy (and/or girl)! That sounds like quite the adventure you’re planning for your twins! As the father of twins, I can relate to the demands of being responsible for both kids at the same time! My twin sons were just about one year old when my wife and I took them for their first visit!

    There is no requirement to have a one-adult-to-one-child ratio for your visit to the Walt Disney World Resort. You are welcome to book a room for you and your little ones. Additionally, due to the age of your twins at travel time, they will not be required to have a theme park ticket should you decide to venture into the Disney Parks! One tip, I'd like to suggest that might make your travel easier is to consider booking a hotel in the Disney Resorts Collection closest to the theme park you plan on visiting most! For example, staying at a resort closest to the Monorail (Magic Kingdom) or the Disney Skyliner (Disney's Hollywood Studios and EPCOT) might make things just a bit more manageable!

    Jenilee, keep in mind that there are baby care centers located in all four of the Disney Parks! They are great locations for moms and kids to take a much-needed break from the crowds, the sun, to feed the babies, or just to get off of your feet for a little while.

    I hope you and your twins have a great visit!

    Hakuna Matata!  Jonathan
     
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Meet the Panelist: Jonathan, Pennsylvania

Hi, everyone!  My name is Jonathan.  I am a Disney-adoring husband, dad of three sons, and elementary school principal from Pennsylvania.  If you're visiting planDisney with questions about the Most Magical Place on Earth, then Hakuna Matata because you've come to the right group of people!  I'm happy to use my past Disney-travel experiences and knowledge to help you enjoy every moment of your vacation to the Walt Disney World Resort! Learn More About Jonathan

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