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  • On Jan 14, 2024
    Julie from Wales Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi we are travelling as a group on four separate bookings that have already been made. Can we request rooms close by each other?

    Hiya Julie, Welcome to planDisney! Traveling to Walt Disney World with family or friends is always a great time! Last year my daughter and I traveled with a group of 15 and had a blast!

    Since your rooms have already been booked, the easiest and most convenient way to request adjoining (rooms’ right next door) or connecting rooms (inside door that connects both rooms) is to call Disney Resort Hotel Reservations and speak directly with a Cast Member. Though Cast Members do their best to accommodate guests requests when rooms are assigned, they are not guaranteed. 

    When traveling with a group, we always try to maximize our time together by either dining or shopping at Disney Springs! I personally enjoy all the dining they have to offer whereas my daughter is there to shop till she drops! And I can guarantee my son and husband will be at the Lego Store! There is something there for everyone in your party to enjoy!

    Julie, I hope you found this information helpful. And thank you again for visiting us at planDisney!

    Kay
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Meet the Panelist: Kay, New York

Hiya Pals! I’m Kay from beautiful Upstate New York. I’m a wife and mom to three beautiful musketeers. We are avid Disney fans and consider Walt Disney World our second home. We got married at Disney and have celebrated many milestones there and I cannot wait to help you plan your magical vacation! Learn More About Kay

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