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  • On Feb 4, 2013
    Cathy Asked

    We are a family of 5. 3 small children, 7 and twins 4 yrs. We are on a tight budget. Can we stay at the resorts in one room instead of upgrading to 2 rooms or suite? We plan on 10 days at a value resort, and  the kids are used to sharing a bed.

    Unfortunately, Cathy, your family of five can not be accommodated in a standard room at any of Disney's value resorts.  Those rooms can sleep a maximum of four people plus one child under the age of three in a crib.  Because your youngest children are over the age of three, the standard rooms in a value resort wouldn't work.  Standard rooms at Disney's Port Orleans Riverside, though, would work.  Those rooms, located in the charming Alligator Bayou section of the resort can sleep up to five guests, with the fifth small child being accommodated on a trundle bed.  If you are looking to stay on Disney property, that is going to be your least expensive option.  I hope it helps!
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