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Can you have 5 in a room which is for 4 sleeps as my youngest son can sleep in same bed as me as he is only 3 ??
Thanks for your help x
- Asked by Kerry on 11/2/2013
Rooms that are designated for 4 guests can only accommodate 4 guests plus a child under the age of three.Never fear, there are several Walt Disney World Resorts that can accommodate 5 guests per a room and many of them are very affordable.
-Disney's Family Suites at Art of Animation and All-Star Music Resort accommodates up to 6 guests
-Port Orleans Riverside rooms in the Alligator Bayou section accommodate up to 5 guests
-Fort Wilderness Cabins accommodate up to 6 guests
-Boardwalk, Contemporary, Grand Floridian, Polynesian & Yacht Club all accommodate up to 5 guests
-Disney Vacation Club Villas have various accommodations that will comfortably fit up to 8 guests.The Treehouse Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa will fit up to 9.
Your least expensive option would be to book adjoining rooms at any one of Disney's Value Resorts.When booking your vacation, make sure to request that your rooms are connecting.My request for connecting rooms has always been honored considering that we were traveling with young children.Connecting rooms will also give you plenty of space for a comfortable stay.
Another very economical option is to a family suite at either Disney's All-Star Music Resort or Disney's new Art of Animation.Family Suites will accommodate up to 6 guests, plus a child under the age of three.These suites also have a small kitchenette area that can be great for smaller meals at your resort.I have to say that Disney's Art of Animation is absolutely amazing and the themeing is just so spectacular, it will surly leave you in awe!
Port Orleans Riverside and The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort are both also great options for families that need a little more space as well.
I hope this was helpful,Kerry and please visit me again if you have anymore questions!