• On Jul 4, 2021
    Kerri from ON 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, can you tell me which resorts have either two beds and a table bed or one bed, a sleeper sofa as well as a table bed? There will be 5 in our party so want to make sure we have sleeping arrangements for everyone. We don't want to rent a cot.

    Hi Kerri! 

    When my family increased to five, and then six, we found hotel rooms definitely began to be tight. Fortunately, many Walt Disney World Resorts can accommodate your party of five.

    Disney's Deluxe Villas offer plenty of beds AND plenty of bedrooms and bathrooms.  In the villas, some studios, most one bedrooms, and all two bedrooms can handle your crowd. 

    For a more economical option, try the Family Suites at Disney's Art of Animation Resort or Disney's All-Star Music Resort. These suites sleep six, have two bathrooms, a separate bedroom, and a kitchenette. The Art of Animation Family Suites are vibrantly themed to Disney classic movies. 

    Another choice for your crowd is the Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Campground; they have a queen bed, a bunk bed, and a sleeper sofa. These stand alone cabins have a bedroom, living room, small deck and grill, a kitchen, and at-the-door parking. At Fort Wilderness you won't believe you are just a few miles from the world's busiest theme park- you'll think you are tucked away in state park forest. 

    Wishing you sweet pixie dusted dreams where ever you choose to stay!
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