Mom And Kids Mickey Ice Cream Bar
  • On Jul 16, 2012
    Mary from NY Asked

    We are planning a trip to WDW with our children ages 13, 11 and 2. How old does a person have to be when they are considered in the numbers for room occupancy? We wanted to stay at a moderate resort, but it says room capacity max 4.

    Any of the moderate resorts would be a great choice for your family. My personal favorite is Disney's Port Orleans Resort- French Quarter.This resort is the smallest of the moderates so the atmosphere is quaint and the size manageable. Plus the Doubloon Lagoon pool has an awesome sea serpent slide!

    Since your youngest is only two your family will be considered a party of four plus an infant so you will be able to book a four person room. Your little one may sleep in a portable crib. Once children reach the age of three they are no longer considered infants so do visit before your baby's birthday.

    Please contact me if you have additional questions about moderate resorts or any other aspect of planning your Walt Disney World visit. Enjoy your magical vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

I am a mother of four and a preschool teacher who will be happy to help guide you around Epcot's World Showcase or around the world with Adventures by Disney.  Learn More About Elisabeth

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