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  • On Jul 16, 2012
    Danielle from OH Asked

    Where can we stay with 5 adults and 6 kids without getting 3 rooms? we also want the free dining since we plan on going in october

    With the exception of select accommodations at Disney's villa resorts, Danielle, the highest number of guests that can be accommodated in a single room is six (plus a child under the age of three in a crib).  The cabins at Fort Wilderness, and the family suites at Disney's Art of Animation resort and Disney's All-Star Music resort will sleep six.  If your party opted for one of these three resorts, you could get by with two rooms.  Of course, if one of the children is under the age of three, you might also be able to get by with two rooms in a deluxe resort or at Port Orleans Riverside where five guests (plus the child in the crib) can be accommodated.  As for taking advantage of the free dining promotion, just call 407-WDW-STAY to inquire about availability for your resort choice during your travel dates.  Good luck!
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