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  • On Feb 16, 2011
    Jackie from ON 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.

    We will be visiting Disney World with our daughters, 4.5 years and 1.5 years. How should I arrange their sleeping areas so they won't wake each other up in the middle of the night? The younger one still takes an afternoon nap.

    Hi Jackie,
    This will depend a bit on the resort you are at and the type of room you have.  Some resorts have a trundle bed or daybed, which would mean you could separate them completely.  But if you did not specify that when you booked your reservation, you will likely have a room with two double beds (or some resorts, like  Port Orleans, will have upgrades to Queen beds by the end of April). 

    I always found that at this age, our kids were exhausted at the end of the day and did not wake each other up,  If you know this will be a problem, some resorts have a VERY limited number of roll-away cots.  However, they cannot guarantee availability until you check in at the hotel, even if you make the request on booking. 

    One final thought...will your little one object to sleeping in a 'Pack and Play' type play yard? Some resorts have these on request for an additional charge (or bring your own).

    If you will want any of these specific options, be sure to call reservations at 407-WDISNEY to make sure your needs are noted in advance on your reservation.

    Jackie, have a most magical time with your family!
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Meet the Panelist: Lynn, Ontario

Walt Disney World stole my heart when my parents introduced me to the magic the year it opened. I fondly remember my first 'Mickey Mouse in a Glass House' balloon! I still visit with my parents-and now with my husband and our two teens. Learn More About Lynn

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