Mom And Daughter Inside Disney hotel
  • On Feb 20, 2015
    Beverly Asked

    We are DVC members and would like to bring our two small dogs with us on our vacation Do the resorts allow small dogs in the rooms with the guests ?

    Hi Beverly!

    Currently, animals are not allowed to stay in guest rooms at Walt Disney World Resort hotels unless they are service dogs. But perhaps even better than staying in a boring human room, pets can get their very own deluxe accommodations! Your pooches can enjoy themselves at Best Friends Pet Care, located on property at the Walt Disney World Resort. 

    While all Guests staying on property receive a discount, currently Disney Vacation Club Members receive an additional discount on their pet’s stay. Your pampered puppy can stay in a Standard Suite, a Vacation Villa or even a VIP Luxury Suite! Cats visiting Walt Disney World can stay in two or four level Condos in the Kitty City area. You can treat your special friend to extras like premium bedding, extra playtime or even a doggie ice-cream break. Grooming is also available.

    Visit the Best Friends Pet Care page for more detailed information, and be sure to present your Disney Vacation Club Membership Card and Photo ID to receive any additional discounts.  I hope both you and your pets have a dog-gone great stay at the Walt Disney World Resort!

    Wishing you Membership Magic,
    - Kate
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Meet the Panelist: Kate, Indiana

A lifelong Disney fan, joining Disney Vacation Club opened a world of vacation possibilities for our family of six. I’ve traveled with young children and those young at heart, groups both large and small, and during every season of the year. Whether meeting a Disney Princess, training to be a Jedi or dining with Mickey, our family enjoys it all. For this nurse, every day is better with a little dose of Disney! Learn More About Kate

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