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  • On Oct 1, 2018
    Andrea from MI Asked

    I have a party of 6 ad and 4 ch (under age 5). Is it possible to get a Nemo suite at Art of Animation with a standard room adjoining? From my research it is looking like standard rooms are in a completely different building. Other suggestions on site?

    Hi Andrea!

    Thanks for returning to the Disney Parks Moms Panel to ask another wonderful Walt Disney World Resort vacation planning question.  It's my pleasure to answer your inquiry.   

    My family LOVES Disney's Art of Animation Resort.   My kids have lovingly nicknamed it the 'Mater Hotel' because they love the Cars themed section so much.  I hope you enjoy the amazing landscaping and fabulous theming as much as we do.   The Finding Nemo section of the Resort is home to Family Suites that sleep up to six Guests plus one infant under the age of three in a crib.  Unfortunately there are no regular Guest rooms to attach or be near this room as every room in the Cars, Lion King and Finding Nemo section of the Resort are Family Suites.   The regular rooms would be located in the Little Mermaid section of the Resort.  The Family Suites are wonderful and I do highly recommend them,  you could book two family suites and have them located near each other.   This would allow you to share the fun of your vacation all together.

    I hope this has helped.  Please pop in again anytime you have another question.  All the Disney Parks Moms Panelists love to lend a helping hand every chance we get.

    Dream as Dreamers Do,

    Jen
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