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  • On Jun 1, 2012
    Denise from NY Asked

    Planning a trip 5 adults/7 kids! We are thinking of doing a 2 bedroom and a studio. Do any of the DVC villas offer these in the same building? The thought of 7 kids running around a 3 bedroom makes us all cry..lol. Thanks for the help

    HI Denise,

    You will find the the Disney Vacation Club villas are such a wonderful way to vacation.  The two bedroom villas at Bay Lake Towers, Animal Kingdom Villas, and Old Key West will actually accommodate up to nine guests and a one bedroom at these resorts will hold five guests while the deluxe studios will hold four.  The Villas at the Wilderness lodge, Boardwalk Villas, Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, and Beach Club Villas will hold eight guests in a two bedroom and four guest in a one bedroom and deluxe studio.  The biggest villas are at Animal Kingdom, Bay Lake Towers, and Old Key West.  Any of the two bedroom and studios will be in the same building and even on the same floor but most likely not connecting.  When you make the reservations, you will need to link the two rooms so they will be close to each other.  I do agree with you that it will be better for all involved to have two villas instead of a Grand Villa.  First, it will be much easier to reserve it this way and probably much cheaper.  And, of course, you all won't be crying all the time.  :)    You will love staying in Disney Vacation Club villas, Denise!  Please send me a follow up question if i can help you any further!  Have a magical vacation!  
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