Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- We are taking our 2 year-old to Disney in December (1-5) to enjoy the Disney Holiday festivities! We would like to know if any of the resorts have holiday theming. Which resort is toddler friendly?
- - Asked by thomas from New York on 2/16/2008
- Christmas is truly magical at WDW, and all of the resorts and parks have holiday theming! All of the resorts are toddler-friendly, that is they have the items necessary for traveling with a baby such as pack and play cribs. My first thought for a resort for your family is the Grand Floridian because it is on the monorail, so going back from the Magic Kingdom for naps is easy. Also, its Christmas decorations are truly amazing with the life-size gingerbread house and Christmas tree that is many storeys tall. However, this is the flagship resort of WDW, so it is more costly. WDW also has several options available if you'd like to have a resort with more than one room when your little one is sleeping: Ft. Wilderness cabins, All-Star Music family suites, and the vacation club resorts. Those choices have a wide variety of prices which provides you with more options.
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