Mom With Kids After Run
  • On Jan 4, 2016
    Lisa from GA Asked

    I've got a large group coming in Dec 16. We would like to split a room with 2 families. we would need some type of suite, for example 2 adults in one room each, and the kids can sleep on the pullout couches. Is there a suite that has private suites?

    Hi Lisa,

    Welcome to Disney Parks Moms Panel. There are a few suggestions for you to check it out when looking for accommodation for large families. At Disney's Art of Animations Resort, they have a family suite that accommodates up to six, this suite has two bathrooms and a small kitchenette. Another great option is Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort, their suite can accommodate up to six adults and they have a fully equipped kitchen. When I travel with my parents and my in laws, I've always had two rooms with connection doors in a value or moderate resort. You can read good reviews about those resorts at Touring Plans and  you should watch some videos at You Tube, to help you on your decision. You can call Disney services and I am sure that a Cast Member can tell you exactly the capacity of each  room at the resort that you have your eyes on. I know that exist accommodations to eight or nine plus a crib at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort and some presidential suites at some resorts. A travel agent specialized at Walt Disney World Resort can be very helpful too. Don't hesitate to come back with any other doubts.

    Have a magical vacation!

    Camila R.
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Meet the Panelist: Camila, Brazil

Hi, my name is Camila and I’m from Brazil! I am a wife and mother of two wonderful children, a 13-year-old boy and 5-year-old daughter. My first visit to Walt Disney World was on my honeymoon and since then, I have become a lifelong fan. My goal is make people take advantage of all that the various Disney destinations have to offer, helping them to not miss anything and have a magical experience. Learn More About Camila

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