Hi, I am trying to find the best place to stay for our family of 4. The children are 2 & 5, so we will either need a suite or adjoining rooms to accommodate naps and early bed times. I am looking for 2-3 good suggestions as a starting point. Thanks!
- Asked by Michele from CT on 3/22/2008
If you are searching for a value resort, I would suggest the family suite at All-Star Music Resort. This is a one bedroom two bath suite. It is reasonably priced. If you are wanting a moderate resort - I would recommend Port... read more
Where should we stay? This will be family's first visit (daughters 8, 4, 2) with grandparents & aunt/uncle tagging along to watch their fun (9 total). Since I need to please everyone, we need close accommodations most appropriate for my daughters
- Asked by Anne from VA on 3/22/2008
I would suggest the Yacht and Beach Club. There is an amazing pool called Stormalong Bay. Your little ones will be entertained for hours at the mini water park between the yacht and beach clubs. There is a fantastic restaurant... read more
Hi we are planning our first trip to WDW IN August Im wonderind is we should stay at a value or a moderate hotel there will be 4 people-2 adults a 17 and a 5 yr old thanks
- Asked by Kelly from PA on 3/11/2008
Hi Kelly,Congratulations to your first trip to the Walt Disney World Resorts! August is when my family usually visits the World.Besides price, the main difference between the Value and Moderate resorts is travel time to the various... read more
Staying at AKL in Sept. with kids 5,8. Now concerned about distance to MK as I think that's the park we'll spend the most time. Plan to go back to resort for naps/swim in afternoons. Should I change reservations and stay at Wilderness Lodge instead?
- Asked by Tracy from TX on 3/11/2008
Hi Tracy,I love both of these resorts and both have their advantages.If you chose the Animal Kingdom Lodge for the safari view or the bunkbeds, it may be worth you staying at this resort. The trip to the Magic Kingdom is about 25 minutes on... read more
I'm trying to book a room at one of the value resorts using one of the following discount: Annual Passholder, Disney Rewards Cardmember or AAA. I have called WDW reservations at least 10 times and am told there are no rooms available - any suggestions?
- Asked by Faye from NC on 3/10/2008
Hi Faye,I know this can be frustrating, and I have been in a similar situation. Disney (and most hotels) allocate a certain number of rooms at discounted rates. Once those are booked, rarely are additional rooms added.Here are some... read more