• On Jan 3, 2019
    Michele from OH 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 will be traveling to Disney World soon and wondered how to get a rollaway bed reserved for our rooms at Pop Century. Been told that this is not available any more due to room size. If so, what DW resorts have rollaway beds?

    Hi Michele,

    Your vacation is just around the corner! Let me quickly try to answer your question.

    Disney's Pop Century Resort will make you relive the 1950s to the 1990s with fun decorations throughout. The Resort has been recently re-imagined and rooms can accommodate up to four adults, with a Queen-Size bed and a Queen-Size Table Bed. Unfortunately, roll-away beds are no longer available at any of the Disney Resort Hotels. Portable cribs are available for the little ones upon request.

    There are other Resort hotels with different accommodation options for all family sizes and budgets. For example, in Disney's Art of Animation Resort six adults with be very comfortable in a Family suite, with a Queen-Size Bed, a Double-Size convertible Table Bed, and a Double-Size pull-out sleeper sofa. And Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort now has select rooms that sleep up to five, with two Queen beds and a Child-Size Pull-Down bed.

    One last tip: the My Disney Experience mobile app has been recently enhanced to include Resort Transportation real-time information, and can even open your room's door with a touch of a button. See you real soon!

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