Fireworks at Magic Kingdom
  • On Sep 9, 2018
    Diana from OH Asked

    Traveling with family, are there 2 bedrooms available?

    Hi Diana,

    Thanks for visiting Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    While there are so many reasons I love vacationing at Walt Disney World, one of the top reasons is that you can choose from such a variety of accommodation styles to best fit your vacationing group. If you are looking for 2 bedroom options, I have a few suggestions for you.

    My first suggestion is to check out the Walt Disney World Resort "Places to Stay" pages. Hint: if you enter "8" for the number of Guests, it will filter out the smaller accommodation options. You'll see a number of accommodations that are designated as "Villas" such as "2 Bedroom Villa," and that means they feature 2 bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen with a washer/dryer. You'll see accommodations that are designated as "Suites" such as "Family Suite" and that means they feature separate sleeping space areas. You can always review the "Amenities" section to see more details on what the accommodation features.

    My next suggestion is to give some consideration to which area you'd most enjoy staying near. Do you want to be closer to Magic Kingdom Park? Epcot? Disney's Animal Kingdom? Disney Springs?

    I also suggest you check out the Free Planning Videos. You can customize the options to your particular family vacation preferences and interests and get a really good overview of all the magic that awaits you — the parks, Resort accommodations, restaurants, entertainment, attractions and more.

    Diana, here's wishing you and your family a wonderful Walt Disney World vacation.

    Enjoy your Disney!

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