Family in Deluxe Villa Resort
  • On Dec 20, 2022
    Melissa 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 offer 2 separate sleeping rooms?

    Hi there, Melissa - welcome to planDisney!

    Thanks for stopping by with your question for our team of panelists. We love to help Guests just like you plan your very own, very magical, Walt Disney World Resort vacations! I'm more than happy to help you understand your Disney Resorts Collection options with more than one sleeping space.

    There are many room types that sleep a larger number of Guests than a standard room and include multiple sleeping spaces. This includes, for example, the 1- and 2-Bedroom Villas and 3-Bedroom Grand Villas at many Disney Deluxe Villa Resorts. In most 1-Bedroom Villas you'll find a King-size bed in a separate bedroom and a Queen-size bed (either a pull-down Murphy bed with a traditional mattress or a sofa bed) which is in the living room area.

    If you upgrade to a 2-Bedroom Villa you will have all of that plus a second separate bedroom, usually with two Queen-size beds and an additional bathroom. Some Villas will also have an additional small pull-down bed in the living room. You'll also have a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and a great amount of space to spread out in any of the Villas!

    You should also check out the Family Suites at Disney's All-Star Music and Art of Animation Resorts, the Treehouse Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, and The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. Many Resorts also offer the option to request connecting or adjoining rooms, which might be a good option for you as well. Two standard rooms are often more budget-friendly than one Villa, but you'll be missing out on some of the amenities of a Villa.

    When you look at rooms on the Walt Disney World website, they will all describe the types and number of beds to help you make some decisions, and if you do a bit of hunting online you'll also be able to find floor plans for most rooms.

    Melissa, take a look at these options and then swing by with any additional questions so we can help you make your decision!

    Ryan J.
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Hi, everyone! I’m Ryan from Ohio and am so happy that you’re here! By day (and most nights and weekends), I'm a business professor mentoring the next generation of leaders. In my free time I love outdoor activities and traveling with my family and friends, scarfing down ice cream, and, of course, all things Disney! I can’t wait to help your crew plan a magical Walt Disney World Resort vacation! Learn More About Ryan

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