• On Jun 13, 2020
    Clare from Cheshire 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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    Hi there, I have two children who will be 15 and 12 in 2022. As my children will in NO WAY share a bed and will be too old for a murphy bed, can you tell me if any of the Disney resort moderate hotels have adjoining rooms or family suites?

    ChEARs Clare!

    Thanks for crossing the pond to us at the Disney Parks Moms Panel. The Resorts are my favorite "attraction" at Walt Disney World Resort, so I was super excited to grab your question!

    So, most of the Resorts have adjoining rooms as an option. But! They are only available by request and are not guaranteed. Technically, there are no "Family Suites" at Moderate Resorts, but there are two options that I think might fit your family! First up, The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. They are stand-alone cabins surrounded my lush acreage and wildlife, but a just quick boat-rode away from Magic Kingdom Park. You have a double-sized sofa sleeper in the living room and a queen bed and adult-sized bunk beds in the bedroom. So that gives you four separate sleeping beds, which hopefully will work for the kiddos! Also, the Casitas at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort have two queen beds and a sleeper sofa, so you could separate the tweens that way!

    If you would like to try a Family Suite, I think the two best sets are the Family Suites at Disney's Art of Animation Resort and Disney's All-Star Music Resort. The suites at Disney's All-Star Music Resort recently underwent magical renovations, and they are gorgeous! You will have four different sleeping options, so there shouldn't be any disagreements (as the mama of five, I should caveat that! No arguments about beds!). At Disney's Art of Animation Resort, you have three different sleeping areas (the bedroom, living room, and dining area) with three separate beds, so even more separation!

    Clare, I hope one of these options works for you! If you want to explore more options, I would suggest browsing through the Disney Vacation Club Resorts. They have many different Villas with a variety of sleeping arrangements that could work for your family. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to come back. I wish you and your family a magical vacation!

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Meet the Panelist: Rayna, Florida

Hi y'all! I'm Rayna: wife, mom, anesthesiologist, and long-time Disney enthusiast. I've lived all over the country, but these days life has my family of seven in Florida. We're fantastically close to the most magical place on earth, and as Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members we couldn't be happier about it. We've visited almost every Disney Vacation Club resort, so I'm thrilled to be here doing what I do best: Helping plan magical vacations. Learn More About Rayna

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