Family on dock at Grand Floridian
  • On Feb 23, 2022
    John from OK Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    trying to plan a trip... is there a way to book two rooms at the same time or do they have to be done separately? Want to bring the family...

    Ahoy, John!

    Yo ho, yo ho, a Disney life for you! I'm so excited to hEAR you want to set off on a magical Walt Disney World Resort adventure with your family! You will get to experience all the fun of The World's Most Magical Celebration, as well as the joyful Holiday festivities at The Most Magical Place on Earth. There's really no better time of yEAR to come "home."

    I often vacation with my large, multigenerational family too, so I understand how important it is to have Disney Resorts Collection hotel rooms with close proximity to one another. Luckily, on our last trip in November, we were able to get two sets of connecting rooms. This allowed us to easily spend our evenings together after our days in the theme parks and share snacks amongst our rooms. 

    Unfortunately, you cannot book two rooms at once online since each room requires its own reservation number. Instead, you will want to book the two rooms separately. After you've made the first of the reservations, you will be able to add a Room and Amenity Request during the booking process for the second room reservation. During checkout, click "Room and Amenity Requests" under the section where you input Guest Information for the room. On this screen, select the option under "Request a Nearby Room or Connecting Door" that best meets your family's needs. Then, provide the required information for the first reservation you made to link the two reservations together. Your Disney Resort hotel will do their best to accommodate your request, but it's not a guarantee. If it's easier, you can call a friendly Cast Member at (407)939-1936 for assistance. They should be able to book both rooms at the same time over the phone and input your request to be together.

    May I suggest a few alternatives to booking separate rooms, John? The Family Suites at Disney's All-Star Music Resort and Disney's Art of Animation Resort sleep up to six, have a kitchenette, and two bathrooms. The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort also sleep up to six and have a microwave, countertop burners, refrigerator, and dishwasher. Plus, the grounds at the Resort are absolutely stunning! If you want plenty of space and all the comforts of home, you should look into the Deluxe Villas. They have a wide variety of room configurations that fit large groups. Disney's Old Key West Resort even has a 3 Bedroom Grand Villa that sleeps up to 12!

    John, I hope this information proves useful. If you think of further questions as you plan your magical vacation, please stop back by planDisney. We are always here and happy to help!

    Wishing you all the pixie dust,
    Alyssa
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Meet the Panelist: Alyssa, Texas

Greetings, dreamers of all ages! I'm Alyssa, a lifelong lover of all things Disney and educator of future Imagineers. My dress collection rivals that of any Disney Princess, and I can almost always be found singing a Disney song with a bow in my hair. You can find me exploring all the magic Walt Disney World Resort has to offer on adults-only getaways with my Disney-loving husband or our multigenerational family. Tomorrow is just a dream away, and I would love to help you plan your own magical vacation! Learn More About Alyssa

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