• On Jul 27, 2021
    David from NV Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We would like to try two different resorts during our stay. Can we book both rooms under the same general vacation reservation?

    Hey there, David!

    My family absolutely loves doing a split stay, that is, staying at two different resorts during one trip. 
    David, to book a split stay, you will need to book each resort separately. Once your resorts are booked, you will be able to link each reservation to your My Disney Experience Account. This will let you easily manage all of your plans in one location. 

    Did you know that bell services will transfer your luggage between resorts? All you need to do is pack up and call them on your handy-dandy resort phone to collect your bags. Once you arrive at your second resort, simply call bell services again to collect your luggage. 

    I just know that you will have a magical vacation, David!

    See you real soon!

    Sarah B. 
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Meet the Panelist: Sarah, Georgia

Hi There! I’m Sarah from Atlanta, GA. Together, my Disney-loving husband and I have two amazing kids and love nothing more than running away to the Walt Disney World Resort every chance that we get. When we are not wandering around the resorts, we love to indulge our sweet tooth with all the snacks we can find. I am passionate about making sure the magic reaches kids of all ages, from the smallest to the biggest, because we are all kids at Walt Disney World! Learn More About Sarah

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