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  • On May 20, 2012
    John from PA Asked

    Limit in the animal kingdom villas is 12 people, would there be a problem if I have 12 adults and 2 small children?

    Hi John!  I assume you are considering the great Grand Villas at the Animal Kingdom. Those are wonderful for large families or several families to share. The occupancy becomes a little tricky when you are considering children. The maximum is stated as that is the most bed surfaces that they allow. If they state maximum is 12 then there is room on beds for 12 persons.  If the children are under the age of three and will be using the pack and plays they can be added to the reservation. You can't fudge on the ages because if they are older they will need Keys To the World cards to get into the parks and for dining purposes. For most rooms when they state the maximum is 4 it means you can have four persons plus one child in a pack and play. For the Grand Villas you likely can add two children but you will need to get that authorization when you make the reservation and add the names. Disney can't make exceptions when it comes to this due to outside authorities making the standards and laws for the safety of all guests.
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