• On Jun 6, 2018
    Rebecca from TX Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We would like to have separate beds for our teenage Gkids....some rooms offer "Table Bed". Can you explain what this is.

    Hi there, Rebecca! Oh how exciting that you'll get to share a Walt Disney World vacation with your grandchildren! I can't wait to do that very thing.

    You'll see that Disney's Art of Animation Resort has rooms called family suites that are designed to accommodate a party of six with a variety of sleeping options. One of those options is the Table Bed. This is essentially a Murphy style bed. During the day, there is a table attached to a "wall", with seating for four people. At night, you pull down the handles on  the "wall", and a bed pulls down. You only need to move the chairs out of the way - and they stack neatly together, so they don't take up much room.

    In addition to the pull down bed, there's also a sleeper sofa and a bedroom with a queen sized bed. That's plenty of spaces to spread out for a good night's sleep.

    Whether you decide to stay at Art of Animation or not, they have seriously the best food court at Walt Disney World. Landscape of Flavors features create your own omelets for breakfast and pasta dishes for dinner, and they have a bit of flair from all over the world. I love to grab a quick meal there when we vacation.

    Have a wonderful time planning, Rebecca!

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Meet the Panelist: Anna, New Jersey

My name is Anna and I am a retired teacher with a J.D., a proud Navy wife with 30+ years of experience, mom to three daughters and a son-in-law, and grandmom to three tiny Disney fans. I have planned vacations for all sorts of special occasions and celebrations, but I really enjoy DVC vacations, helping military families, and assisting those with special dietary needs.    Learn More About Anna

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