Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- What WDW resort rooms can a family of 5 stay in (children are all over age 3)? (Not villas, suites, or cabins, just rooms)
- - Asked by Lisa from New York on 4/28/2012
- Hi Lisa,
I also have a family of five. There are a number of resorts that can fit your group at Walt Disney World.
At the value level, you could stay in the very reasonably priced family suites at either the All Star Music resort or the new Art of Animation resort. Don't be frightened by the word "suite". These room are actually perfect for larger families on a budget and have the bonus of a small kitchenette and TWO BATHROOMS.
At the moderate level, there are trundle bed rooms which sleep five at Port Orleans Riverside. And the Fort Wilderness cabins are also at the moderate level.
At the deluxe level, most of the resorts have rooms that sleep five with two queen beds and a day bed. These include Contemporary, Polynesian, Grand Floridian, Yacht & Beach Clubs, and Boardwalk. These are in a better location than the value resorts, but may be more expensive and will only have one bathroom.
Let us know if you need more details about any of these options.
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