• On Jul 26, 2016
    Karrie from IA Asked

    We typically book our vacation online with Disney.Our parents may be traveling with us in 2017.Is there a way online to book a party of 6 for two rooms? We'd like to stay at Caribbean Beach.I tried but I don't see a place to enter number of rooms.

    Hi Karrie,

    Although your vacation is a little over a year away, I'm so glad you are busy planning for it. You'll see that it'll be here in no time.

    There are many options for parties of six to stay at a Disney Resort hotel, with Rooms for 5 Guests or More. Options like Value Resorts like Disney's Art of Animation Resort with Family Suites themed around the magic of Walt Disney and Disney Pixar classics. For a Moderate option, The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort can accommodate up to six guests, providing a beautiful surrounding of the American frontier. And Deluxe Villa Resort Hotels can accommodate up to eight or nine Guests.

    Another option is to book more than one room, either two room-only reservation or a pair of Magic Your Way Vacation Packages. Most Resort hotels, including Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, include connecting rooms. You do need to make the two reservations separately, but then you only need to speak to a Vacation Planning Specialist at (407) 939-1936, or your travel agent. The reservations will then be linked. Note that there's no guarantee that you will receive connecting rooms, but every effort will be made to accommodate your request.

    One last tip: you have time, but did you know that you can make advanced dining reservations up to 180 days? Just visit the Walt Disney World restaurants and reservations page. And keep on planning!

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