Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Jun 10, 2012
    Nikki from MN 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.

    Hello! Traveling to WDW in late Mar 2013 with 2 parents, one grandparent, and 4-yr-old. Would like set-up that allows for 3 separate sleeping areas - for parents, child, and grandparent. Prefer luxury over budget, and close to Magic Kingdom. Options??

    Hello, Nikki,

    By your description, I think one of the Deluxe Villas would be a great match for you. Bay Lake Tower is one of the newest resorts at Walt Disney World and is located within walking distance of the Magic Kingdom.  It is also connected to the Contemporary Resort, so guests have access to the monorail. At this resort, you could stay in a 2 bedroom villa, which has 3 separate sleeping areas (one is the living area with furniture that converts for sleeping) as well as 3 bathrooms, laundry, and a full kitchen.  If you'd prefer 3 true sleeping areas, a 3 bedroom Grand Villa may also be booked. 

    Another nearby Deluxe Villa is the Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge where 2 bedroom villas are also available. These rooms have 3 sleeping areas (again, one is the living area), 2 bathrooms, laundry, and a full kitchen.  

    As another possible option, the Treehouse Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa all have 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, laundry, and a full kitchen.  However, this resort is not near the Magic Kingdom. 

    After you have a chance to explore these resorts and you find yourself with more questions, please let us know.  We are happy to help!  Meanwhile, happy planning!

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I’m a high school teacher with a family of 3 sons who have grown up through Disney. I am known by friends as the Star Wars loving Disney Nerd who always wants to serve up tips and ideas of how to make visits to Walt Disney World special and magical.

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