Mom And Daughter; Animal Kingdom
  • On May 21, 2012
    Karen from CA 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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    Hi i am traveling with my 4 yr old dtr fr CA & our 1st time at DW. is it advisable to stay in a disney hotel? & do i need to rent a car to go around? is 4 whole days enough to go around? coz d remaining 2 days we have to travel. pls advise. thanks.

    Hi Karen,

    I really would recommend staying at a Disney Resort hotel for many reasons but mainly because of the convenience and that you would be located right in the heart of the magic.

    You can find out about all of the Resort benefits available on the Why Stay at a Disney Resort Hotel page of the Walt Disney World website.

    If you do stay at a Disney Resort hotel, you do not need to worry about renting a car as you will be able to enjoy complimentary transportation for you and your bags between Orlando International Airport and your Disney Resort hotel as well as being able to make your way around Walt Disney World Resort using the complimentary transportation such as monorails, ferryboats and motorcoaches.

    With four whole days, you would be able to spend a full day at each of the four theme parks during your visit which would make for a fantastic first visit.

    Be sure to pick up a first visit button for you and your Daughter to wear throughout your stay when you check-in if you are staying at a Disney Resort hotel or from Guest Services as you enter one of the Disney theme parks.

    Wishing you a magical trip filled with memories which will last a lifetime!
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