• On Jun 1, 2021
    Rachel from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi there! I want to make sure that my family gets the room type that will fit all of us. There’s 5 of us and I’d hate to get stuck in a room that only has one king bed or two queens and not the two queens plus daybed option. Does the hotel notice that?

    Hakuna Matata, Rachel. No need to worry!

    Most standard rooms at hotels within the Disney Resorts Collection sleep either four or five people. You don’t mention which resort you’ll be calling home during your stay, but you can rest assured that as long as you included each person on the reservation, you will be assigned to a room that sleeps each individual. If you have a specific request, you can make that when you complete your Online Check-In. If you don’t see that option online, you can also make a call to the Disney Hotel Reservations Line and ask that the request be noted on your reservation.

    Even if you don’t make a request, you needn’t worry; your family will be accommodated in a room that sleeps every person included on the reservation. Have a great time, Rachel!
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