• On Sep 16, 2018
    Patricia from CT 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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    Hi, The rooms on Tower level and Atrium Club level are the same size. Am I allowed to have 4 adults and 1 3 y/o stay Tower Level? Thank you! Nonna T

    Hi Patricia!

    This is a great question. My own family enjoyed a wonderful multi-generational Walt Disney World Resort vacation this past March where we stayed on the Tower Level of Disney's Contemporary Resort. My parents joined my husband, myself, and our then almost-three-year-old son for a week of Disney fun! Mouseketeers of all ages are more than welcome on this floor, and your party is welcome to share one guest room that sleeps up to five.

    I actually didn't know that there was a difference between the Tower Club Level and the Atrium Club Level until we arrived. The Tower Level is the highest level of guest rooms on the almost-secret 14th floor of the Contemporary. This floor doesn't look down into the inside atrium of the famed A-frame building; instead it's completely enclosed, and is almost like a boutique hotel. Part of me felt like we missed out on the classic-ness of staying in the Contemporary's main building, because we couldn't see the monorail or Chef Mickey's from our doorway. However, the Tower Level is a much more intimate floor with only 16 rooms, and is very peaceful because you don't hear the atrium noise. We were often the only ones in the Club Lounge, which was great because the lounge offerings were always plentiful. And the view from the lounge is incredible!

    Of the other guests I did encounter on this floor, I would say about a third of us had children. The TV in the club lounge seemed to always make it's way to Disney Junior. And the lounge offerings also featured kid-friendly fare, like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, chicken fingers, juice and chocolate milk.

    I hope this helped, Patricia, and We'll See You Real Soon!
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