What is the least expensive time of the year to vacation at WDW? We are a party of 6 (4 kids and 2 adults) and would also like to know which resort would best suit our family?
- Asked by Susan from ON on 2/11/2008
The least expensive time to visit WDW is called the value season. Value weeks are scattered throughout the year, but they are primarily concentrated in the fall, from after Labor Day until just before Thanksgiving. For the past several years, Disney... read more
We are now a family of 5 and I'd like to go back to WDW for a reasonable cost. I have checked and none of your value resorts accomodate 5 people. I'm assuming a more expensive resort? Can you help me get more bang for my buck?
- Asked by Marla on 2/8/2008
Hi Marla! Most of the standard Walt Disney World rooms sleep 4 guests, however the new family suites at Disney's All Star Music Resort sleep up to 6 and might be perfect for your family! These are in the value range and are nice and roomy. The... read more
Hi, Moms! I will be traveling to WDW in 2010 with my children (4 and 8), husband and my in-laws. I know 2010 is a long way off, but I'm planner and research. Can you recommend which resort has suites or adjoining rooms? I would prefer a moderate or deluxe.
- Asked by Andrea from NH on 2/5/2008
We on the Moms Panel are all planners and researchers, so you're in good company here.All the Disney resorts have rooms rooms that can be adjoined (connected by an internal door). You would need to request this when making your reservation. Also,... read more
We'd love to stay at the Polynesian but are a family of 6. Do the rooms accommodate that many or would we need to get a suite? Thanks.
- Asked by S from MA on 2/5/2008
The rooms at the Polynesian can only accommodate 5 people. The Polynesian has suites, friends of ours stayed at the Polynesian Resort who had 6 and the suite was gorgeous. I hope you have a fabulous visit!!! Heather M. read more
We are a party of 6 adults going on late december 2008 (new years eve trip). Wich value or moderte resort would give us accomodations for 2 little groups of 3 per room and other of 6 per room? Is there an additional fee for more of 2 adults per room?
- Asked by Lina Paola from Lima on 1/25/2008
When there are more than 2 adults (17 and up) an additional fee is assessed per adult, it differs by location. Any of the resorts will allow you to reserve 2 rooms. None of the moderate... read more