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  • On Feb 16, 2012
    Laura from NH 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.

    When traveling with a party of 6 - four adults and 2 kids - are we better off getting a 2 bedroom villa or separate rooms? What resorts have adjoining rooms if any? IN the past we got a villa but not sure if that's the least expensive way to go. Thanks

    Hi Laura,

    All of Disney's resort hotels have connecting rooms. (Note that I said connecting, not adjoining. Connecting rooms have an internal door, making them like one big room. Adjoining rooms are simply next to each other.) 

    If you don't care about the living room or kitchen facilities, there are many more economical room options for a party of six. Two rooms at the value resorts, or a Family Suite at the All Star Music or Art of Animation resort, would both be less expensive than a 2BR Villa. You could also get a Fort Wilderness cabin (which does include a kitchen, but only has one bathroom), or two rooms at any of the moderate level hotels for less money than a 2BR Villa. You'll sacrifice location and amenities with these options, but if saving money is your biggest priority, then these are all good choices. 

    If you'd like to have two connecting rooms, make sure that you request this option. Requests are not guaranteed, but Disney does make every reasonable effort to assist guests. 

    Good luck with your planning. Please let us know if you need more information. 

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Meet the Panelist: Erin, New York

I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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