EPCOT; Mother and Son; Spaceship Earth
  • On Feb 20, 2012
    Kathryn from FL 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.

    Is it worth extra room in ASM suite if coming with a 15 month old (will need crib) and almost 3 yr old who will both need naps during the day? I wonder if its cheaper to bring food for kitchen & stay in suite or stay in standard room with dining plan?

    Hi Kathryn,

    The suites at Disney's All Star Music Resort are a lovely option if you have a child or two who need to nap mid-day.  That gives the rest of your party a place to watch television or relax without disturbing the sleeping children.  However, you should know that the kitchen in these suites is not a full kitchen.  Although there is a small refrigerator and microwave in the suites, it would be difficult to prepare much beyond a very simple meal (sandwiches, macaroni & cheese, etc.).  Nonetheless, preparing your own food will definitely save you money.  If having a separate space for your kids to nap at your resort is critical, then you can't do better than to have the amenities of a family suite at your disposal.

    If, however, you think your children will be able to nap in the same room with the rest of your family, I suggest you try the Disney Dining Plan.  It is such an amazing, inexpensive way to sample a wide variety of cuisines and treats at Walt Disney World.  If you book a standard room with your Disney Dining Plan, I think you'll still find that your vacation package will be quite affordable.

    Good luck making your decision.  Let us know if you need any additional advice.

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Lesson plans, college plans, vacation plans...as a teacher, college counselor, and incurable Disney fan I find myself constantly planning.  I love to share advice with friends who have yet to experience all that Walt Disney World has to offer! Learn More About Jill

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