Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Aug 8, 2009
    Beth from NC 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 a 3 yr. old. Which resorts do you recommend? Should we look at getting 2 rooms so he can go to bed a normal time?

    Hi Beth!  Choosing your resort is usually done knowing your budget for your vacation lodging.  If that is not an issue then I suggest a resort with a great park location such as the monorail resorts, Grand Floridian, Polynesian, and Contemporary.  You can reach the Magic Kingdom easily via the monorails and even by a walking path from the Contemporary and also EPCOT via the monorails.  The Yacht and Beach Club resorts as well as the Boardwalk are close to EPCOT.  It is only a five minute walk to the International Gateway entrance to this park.  It is also easily accessible to Hollywood Studios via the water taxis or a walking path.  All of these resorts are in the deluxe category and have great swimming areas and other added recreation. My favorite is the Yacht and Beach Stormalong Bay.

    When traveling with our 3 year old grandson we do not get a separate bedroom.  After long days in the parks he is more then willing to hit the sack in the evenings with tv's on and people talking.  You might consider a resort that has rooms with balconies allowing you to sit outside during the down time in the evening.  You might also consider one of the many villa opportunities that have separate bedrooms.  If you do want to reserve two rooms remember to use the correct terminology and ask for connecting rooms and not adjoining.
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