Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Feb 26, 2010
    Jenni from NE Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We will be traveling with 4 kids, (11,9,6,& 2) my husband and I and my mom. I have talked to a dw agent and she suggested the Poly, GF or the Cont. I think b/c of the monorail.Do u think this is adequate rm. for us? The 2 yr old would sleep in a crib

    Hi, Jenni! I also have four kids, and we've stayed in a regular-sized room at the Grand Floridian and the Contemporary with all four when they were about your children's ages. However, it was a tight squeeze!  We put the oldest on the day bed/sofa.  The baby was in the pack n' play, and everyone else was in one of the two queen-sized beds.  However, it would have been very uncomfortable to add another adult.  Besides, do you really want to share that close of quarters and one bathroom with that many people on vacation?

    Staying at a monorail resort is nice, and it's my first choice if at all possible.  However, I would recommend looking into a suite at one of these resorts if that fits within your budget or price out a villa at Bay Lake Towers or at Wilderness Lodge.  Bay Lake Towers is located right next to the Contemporary and would be convenient to the monorail or a walk to MK.  It also has 1-, 2- or 3-bedroom villas complete with a kitchen, living area and an in-room washer and dryer.  Wilderness Lodge also has similar villa accommodations and is only a boat-ride away from the MK.

    The most economical ways to house your traveling party at WDW are the cabins at Fort Wilderness, a suite at the All-Star Music Resort or perhaps two adjoining rooms at a moderate or value resort.  I hope this helps...let me know if I can be of further assistance.  Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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