Mother, Son, Giraffe, Kilimanjaro Safaris, Animal Kingdom, Savannah
  • On Dec 3, 2013
    Kelly from CT 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.

    1st trip to WDW w/our 3 kids (5,5&1). Been w/our twins but stayed off sight. Looking to stay at a VR. My daughter does not need a ticket for the parks but when I search resorts I get that our party is too large. Do I have to list her if she is in packn

    Kelly, staying at a Walt Disney World resort is a great call. You will get to enjoy on property benefits such as Extra Magic Hours so you will have additional time to fly with Peter Pan, meet Disney princesses, and zoom through space. Plus Disney does all the driving for free to and from the airport, the parks, and Downtown Disney. 

    With a little one in a Pack 'n Play, you may put five people in a standard value room. The online reservation system, however, seems to interpret the rules literally. Trying to book five in a room, even if one is under three, does not work by computer. I typically have difficulty attempting to reserve a spot for my family of six; the online program does not compute that I want two rooms. Traditionally I peruse the system to discover pricing and availability at different resorts by including only four family members in my search. When I am ready to book, I call 407-934-7639.

    Enjoy your little princess's trip to meet Mickey!
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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

Ready for a visit to Mickey? I'm here to help. I've experienced Walt Disney World with my four children from their stroller years to young adulthood. I've sailed on every Pirates of the Caribbean on the planet, consumed countless Mickey Premium Ice Cream Bars, and believe the Electric Water Pageant music is the catchiest around. I'm excited to help you plan your Disney adventure. Learn More About Elisabeth

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