Answered Question - Disney Parks Moms Panel
- Why can you not find vacation packages for a family of five? Maybe I am not looking in the right places. Also if you do have 5 people would you have to book a villa, or are there some regular rooms at resorts that can sleep 5?
- - Asked by Heather from Wisconsin on 1/12/2008
- We are a family of five so I understand your challenge. Booking a villa is a great way to go because you gain an additional bathroom and the ability to have a napping child in a quiet, separate room. But if you would like to stay in a traditional hotel room, there are many available at WDW that will accommodate your family. Most of the deluxe resorts (including the Animal Kingdom Lodge, the Contemporary, the Polynesian, and the Grand Floridian) have rooms that will sleep five on two double or queen size beds and a daybed. There are also a few rooms at Port Orleans that have trundle beds and will sleep five. Additionally there are the value resort All Star Music family suites that can sleep five people.
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