Mom And Daughter; Magic Kingdom; Cinderella's Castle; AA; Mickey Balloon
  • On Jun 27, 2011
    Amy from TX 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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    Trying to dcide which deluxe villas to choose. Have 6 adult & 4 boys (7,4,3,1). Want one that is easy to get to and convenient. Is BLT a good choice? How do the different ones compare? What makes villas unique?

    Hi Amy,

    You're going to love staying in the deluxe villas at a Walt Disney World resort!  They are spacious, beautifully decorated, and have incredible amenities.  One-, two-, and three-bedroom villas each have their own full kitchen and private laundry facilities.  I guarantee that once you stay in one of these lovely accommodations, you'll never want to stay anywhere else.

    Now, as for selecting a villa at a specific resort, I would recommend that you choose rooms at either Bay Lake Tower or at The Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge.  Both of these resorts are just minutes away from the Magic Kingdom.  That will be a huge advantage because of the ages of the children in your party.  If anyone in your group wishes to take an afternoon break back at the resort, you could be there in less than ten minutes. 

    Bay Lake Tower is a good choice because it offers three-bedroom villas.  A villa like this comfortably houses up to twelve guests so your entire party could share this villa.  It is a short walk from the Magic Kingdom and is the newest of the Disney Vacation Club resorts.  My sister just returned from a stay at this resort and she was enchanted by its clean, modern decor.

    Personally, I prefer The Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge.  I have a son who adores this gorgeous rustic escape.  He loves the Pacific Northwestern theming, the geyser, the pools, and the bike rentals.  Since you are traveling with four little boys, I can't imagine a better place for you to stay at Walt Disney World.  Since there are no three-bedroom villas here, you would choose one two-bedroom villa and a deluxe studio instead.  These could be side-by-side or right across the hall from one another.

    Good luck planning your trip and let us know if you have any further questions about the deluxe villas at Walt Disney World.

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