Mom And Daughter Resort Room
  • On Jan 21, 2009
    Jill Asked

    Will be in WDW 6/29-07/06, driving from RI, not getting DDP,bringing small fridge for in rooms,(as cooler too), possibly tiny micro, would they allow small burner for cooking? Sounds silly but trying to save money. QS seems a bit pricey at 800.00 w/ MYW.

    Saving money never sounds silly, especially with the way the economy is these days.

    Moderate and deluxe hotel rooms at WDW are already equipped with small refrigerators. They may be rented for approximately $10 per day at the value resorts, or you may bring your own. There are microwave ovens and toasters available for guest use in the quick-serve dining locations in all the resorts. You could also have a microwave in your room. However, hot plates and burners are NOT allowed in guest rooms at WDW. (The obviously exception to this would but the villa and suite rooms that have an actual stove as part of their standard equipment.) Hot plates and burners are a real fire hazard and I have read that having one could be grounds for having you removed from your room.
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