I want to know where I can stay on Disney property with a family of 5 instead of 4. All resorts seem to be limited to 4 only...there are 3 adults and 2 kids. Do any of the all star resorts have accommodations to fit my needs? Thanks, Donna
- Asked by donna from VA on 1/29/2008
Hi Donna,As a family of 5, we, too, have had some moments of frustration since we are limited with resort choices. My first thought for you is the family suites at the All-Star Music. If you go to www.allearsnet.com and search for "All Star family... read more
What resort has the best pools (kids 7-5-3) and close to monorail that can handle our family of 5?
Thanks for your help
- Asked by Tom from GA on 1/29/2008
All three monorail resorts can accommodate a party of 5: The Contemporary, The Grand Floridian, and The Polynesian. The Contemporary has a large pool with a twisty, elevated pool, but I think of it as just a pool - no special theming. The Grand... read more
We're 2 adults, 2 kids aged 5 and 1, and grandmom, aged 68. Cost not so much an issue for us but it is for Grandmom, who will spend a lot of time by the pool/in her room. Are we better off in a suite or adjoining rooms? Villa will = cooking for me : - (
- Asked by Susan from NJ on 1/27/2008
If you feel like Grandmom will be spending a lot of time in the room, then I would suggest a villa or suite rather than adjoining rooms. The villas have a living room area that is more homey and comfortable to relax in than a standard room that... read more
I am travelling with my wife & 3 kids (9 mths, 2yrs and 4yrs) - My brother & his wife, as well as grandma & grandpa will also be joining us. Do we qualify for grand gatherings extras or no? if yes how do we 'sign up'?
- Asked by Tim from ON on 1/25/2008
Grand Gatherings are for parties of 8 or more staying at select WDW resorts. All children are welcome, however only children 3 and up are included in the guest count. Since two children in your traveling party are under 3, you'll need another two... read more
We are 2 families of four. I have found amazing homes to rent for a week, 5miles from Disneyworld. Is there any accommodations within DW that could be an option for us, keeping our total cost to $1000wk? I look forward to your advice
- Asked by Ruth from BC on 1/23/2008
With two families of four, one of your cheapest on-site options would be two rooms at a value resort. The lowest current rate is about $82 per room, per night, plus tax. So, that gets you to $1,148, plus tax, for two rooms for seven... read more