Mom And Son Safari
  • On Jul 30, 2008
    Timothy from CT Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Hi - We will be traveling to Disney World with 4 kids - 2,4,7 & 9 - and find limited options for rooms that are not suites. Best lodging recommendations for a large family? We have stayed at the Fort Wilderness cabins in the past.

    I have four kids too so I've had to be creative with accommodations in the past as well.  I have good news for you though!  Most of Disney's Deluxe Resorts can sleep five people, plus one child under the age of three in a portable crib.  Additionally, Port Orleans Riverside, a moderate resort, can accommodate five people plus one child under the age of three.  In the Alligator Bayou section of Port Orleans Riverside they have small trundle beds that aren't feasible for an older child, but would be ideal for your 4-year-old.  We took advantage of this option during our stay at WDW last September.  Space was tight, but we didn't mind seeing as how we didn't spend much time in our room anyway.  Of course, this option will expire when your littlest one turns three.  At that point you might consider one of the villas or, perhaps another stay at the Fort Wilderness cabins.  There are also family suites available at the All Star Music resort that can comfortably accommodate your whole family, even after the baby turns three.  Hope that helps!
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Meet the Panelist: Darcie, Alabama

Given your inclination to plan a magical trip, I can already tell we have a lot in common. I'm Darcie, and my friends would be the first to tell you that Disney trip planning (especially dining!) is my love language. Of course, the vacations my family enjoys today look much different than they did when our kids were little, but while some of our favorite activities have evolved, Disney destinations still top our travel wish lists. Let's work together to plan a downright dreamy vacation for your family! Learn More About Darcie

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