Mom And Daughter Outside Grand Floridian
  • On Jan 17, 2015
    Joseph from NJ Asked

    11 of our family are coming to the Villas at Wilderness Lodge. We reserved a one bedroom suite and a two bedroom 'lock off'. Would the rooms numbered *503, *503, & *504 on the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th floor be good to ask for?

    Hi Joseph! Congratulations on your upcoming trip to Walt Disney World. Sounds like you have an exciting family vacation planned and you've picked the perfect resort. We absolutely LOVE Disney's Wilderness Lodge Villas! You'll be blown away by the beautiful and rustic atmosphere.

    I'm not quite sure about *503/*504 because room numbers actually have four digits. Nonetheless, you can request either a woods view or villa court yard view on the fifth floor and ask that your 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom lock-off villa be close to each other by calling the resort at 407-824-3200 8-10 days prior to your arrival date.

    The villas are located in their own very private wing, just a short walk from the main building, so you don't have to worry about a long trek to get to your peaceful oasis!

    From catching a Disney family favorite film under the stars to making s'mores at the campfire, there are so many fun things to do at the Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge. Best of all, you're just a short water-taxi ride to Magic Kingdom Park.

    I hope you have a magical and memorable family vacation!

    ~Juliette
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