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  • On Sep 30, 2013
    Marianne from CT Asked

    Hi, I am planning a Disney World vacation next July for my family. What are the best accomodations for 6 adults and 4 children. There are 3 separate families involved. Maybe a suite with an adjoining room. Thank you.

    Hi, Marianne!

    As much as you love your family, believe me, you will want some private space and quiet time when you return from a long day in the parks!  I often travel with my extended family, and after a day of meals, bus rides, and my brother asking me a zillion questions, I am happy for each of our families to have a private retreat to refresh and rejuvenate! (yes, we are grown-ups, but brothers never change!)

    I suggest each booking your own resort room.  Choose a price level that fits everyone's budget.  Link the three reservations (easily done when booking or simply call a friendly Disney Reservationist at 407-W-DISNEY) and put in a request for rooms near each other or next to each other.  This will allow plenty of beds, and the ALL important bathroom for each family!

    Not only will this allow for plenty of space, but will probably be the most economical.  For the best value, go for fun standard rooms at Pop Century.  The last time my family did this, we got first floor rooms by the bowling pin pool.  With the tables and lounge chairs just outside our rooms, it was a nice meeting place for our group.  And anytime my brother started bugging me, it was off to my own room (hmm, reminds me of when we were kids!)

    If you need help planning for your happy group, let me know!  I do this for my family about once a year so I have a pretty good system worked out.  Wishing you a great time with your family!
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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

I am a fundraiser/event planner turned stay at home mom. When I am not running to cheerleading practice or a soccer game with my kids, I enjoy scrapbooking, reading, and of course, planning our next Disney adventure!

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