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  • I'm trying to plan our 2014 trip to WDW. Our family consists of 4 adults, 2 kids and 1 infant. I'd like to book at Art of Animation but I get a "part exceeds limit" message. Can I still book my family in a suite or should I look into separate roo
  • - Asked by Cynthia on 8/21/2013
  • Hi Cynthia!

    First and foremost, you are going to love Disney's Art of Animation Resort! The Art of Animation Resort is the newest resort on Walt Disney World property. I recently stayed in the Cars Suite and I loved it and totally recommend it! I would recommend the Cars Suites as they are located in the coziest section of the resort! I guarantee that you will feel as if you were in Radiator Springs!

    As for the message you are seeing, the same would happen to me when I would book a room for 4 - for my husband, myself and my three kids ( my daughter was the infant). I would have to book for us 4 and then call reservations and ask to add my daughter, as she was an infant. I would also take the opportunity to request a crib for her. You will have to do the same. Make the reservation for your party of six and then call 1(407) 939-5277 to add your infant and request a crib, if needed. 

    Hope this helps!

    Happy Planning!

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