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  • On Aug 9, 2008
    Crystal from PA Asked

    Hey Erin-you have been very helpful thus far! Another question-we are thinking about staying in WDW now but are traveling April 5-12th (the week before Easter) and we need two rooms for at least 12 people. What are you thoughts? Is it possible?

    Depending on what you choose you may need more than two rooms. You should be aware that connecting rooms are available at all the WDW resorts, but this must be requested in advance. Regular rooms (not suites) sleep 4 at the value resorts, mostly 4 at the moderates (with a few that sleep 5), and mostly 5 at the deluxes. In addition to these numbers, regular rooms may also have an additional person if it is an child under the age of three in a crib. Here are some choices you may want to look into:

    - Three regular rooms at any hotel.
    - Two Family Suites at the All Star Music Resorts. These suites each sleep 6. The quarters are tight, but they are reasonably priced.
    - One three-bedroom villa. Sleeps up to 12. There are not many of these on property, may not be available.
    - A two-bedroom villa (sleeps 8), plus a one-bedroom villa (sleeps 6). Assuming this is in your budget, this is the option I would choose. You can read more about the villas HERE.
    - Suites. All the deluxe resorts and some of the moderates have a range of configurations of suites. These are limited in number and tend to be on the expensive side.

    I would call Disney reservations at 407-W-DISNEY to discuss pricing for each of these options. Additionally, you may want to think about contacting the Magical Gatherings department for activities for a group of your size.
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Meet the Panelist: Erin, New York

I have three teenage daughters. We're DVC members obsessed with Disney travel. We've been to Walt Disney World countless times and have visited Disneyland & Disneyland Paris. We've taken several Adventures by Disney and Disney Cruise trips. Learn More About Erin

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