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  • On Nov 27, 2012
    Jackie from NY Asked

    My husband and I are planning to take our 5 and 6 years old boys to the Disney. We're flying from NYC to Orlando. We don't plan to rent a car. Where can we stay? We're looking for a clean room, easy access to the Disney parks, and reasonable rates.

    Jackie, your boys are such a wonderful age to take to Walt Disney World- old enough to appreciate and remember the experience while still believing in the wonder and magic.

    If you do not have a car, staying at a Walt Disney World resort is perfect for your family. Disney's Magical Express will transport you to and from the airport free of charge and complimentary transportation is provided from the resorts to the parks. All the resorts are stunningly clean and located right in the middle of the magic.

    For your best bang for your buck, take a look at the Value Resorts. The least expensive spots on WDW property these hotels have fun pools, food courts, and a whimsical atmosphere. You might want to consider a room in Disney's Art of Animation Resort. Shiny new, colorful, and boldly themed with possibly the best, most innovative food court in WDW, your boys would love the Big Blue Pool and water play area this resort offers.

    If your budget allows for a moderate resort, consider the Pirate Rooms at Disney's Caribbean Resort. Your scallyway youngsters would so enjoy the boat beds and pirate touches. The pool complex here has water canons, two water slides, and a old Spanish fort theme. Plus there are hammocks on the beach for snoozing or reading in when you have some down time.

    Please contact me if you have additional questions. Enjoy your vacation at the happiest place on earth! 





     
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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

I am a mother of four and a preschool teacher who will be happy to help guide you around Epcot's World Showcase or around the world with Adventures by Disney.  Learn More About Elisabeth

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