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  • On Sep 23, 2015
    Megan from OH Asked

    We are planning a trip in May. There are 5 of us however my youngest will be 3 & still in a crib. We are looking at staying at the value resorts and I'm wondering if it's possible to have 4+ a crib in a room vs spending $ on a suite? Insight?

    Hi there, Megan!

    Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. Planning a Walt Disney World Resort vacation can be quite overwhelming but we are here to help!

    Standard rooms in the Value category sleep four people. Children under the age of 3 do not count towards the total number of occupants in the room and can sleep in a Pack 'n Play or crib. Since your youngest child will be 3 years old on your upcoming vacation, you will need a room that sleeps five people even though he or she may still be in a crib. There are several options in the Moderate category that would work for your family that may be less expensive than a suite in the Value category. Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney's Coronado Springs Resort and Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside all have rooms that sleep five people. These rooms have two queen size beds and a bunk-size pull-down bed. I would suggest that you compare the prices of these rooms to the prices of the Family Suites in the Value resort hotels. Hopefully you will find something that meets your family's needs and budget.

    If we can answer any other questions for you, just let us know. I hope you get your trip booked soon so that you can start counting the days until you arrive. Happy planning!

    ~Carrie
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Meet the Panelist: Carrie, Tennessee

Walt Disney World Resort is my happy place! If you happen to catch me when I'm not there, you'll find me planning my next trip because to me, dreaming of the next visit is half the fun. My children and I travel frequently as Disney Vacation Club members, and I would love to share some of the things that I've learned so that you can have the most magical vacation ever! Learn More About Carrie

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