• On Jul 7, 2021
    Jose from TX Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What resorts accommodate my family and are children 4 years old considered as an adult at hotel stay?

    Hey there, Jose!

    No matter the size of your family, I am sure that you will find the perfect Disney Resorts Collection accommodation for you. 

    While a 4-year old child does not qualify as an "adult," they are included in the room count. Most rooms sleep 4 or 5, plus one child under the age of three in a crib. 

    If you are looking for a bit more space, I recommend looking at a family suite. You can find these suits at both Disney's Art of Animation Resort and Disney's All-Star Music Resort. Out of the two, I recommend Disney's Art of Animation Resort as I really love the theme of the pool and the access to the Disney Skyliner. 

    Family Suites sleep 6 and have three dedicated sleeping spaces, including a master bedroom with a door, plus two bathrooms and a kitchenette. 

    As an alternative, you can book two connecting rooms at most Disney Resorts. 

    If you are looking for a little more luxurious experience, check out the Deluxe Villa Resorts. These accommodations generally have studios as well as 1-,2-, and 3-bedroom suites that have a full kitchen and come equipped with a washer and dryer!

    I just know you will have the most magical time, Jose!

    See you real soon!

    Sarah B. 
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Meet the Panelist: Sarah, Georgia

Hi There! I’m Sarah from Atlanta, GA. Together, my Disney-loving husband and I have two amazing kids and love nothing more than running away to the Walt Disney World Resort every chance that we get. When we are not wandering around the resorts, we love to indulge our sweet tooth with all the snacks we can find. I am passionate about making sure the magic reaches kids of all ages, from the smallest to the biggest, because we are all kids at Walt Disney World! Learn More About Sarah

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