Which hotel for 4 adults and 3 kids?


#1

Does anyone know of a resort that can hold 4 adults and 3 kids? My sister is now wanting to go over thanksgiving break and we thought it would be cheaper for us to go 1/2 on 1 room as opposed to 2 rooms at the value.

How many adults can a family suite hold at the values?

Help please!!!


#2

A suite at All Star Music holds 6.

An option may be a cabin at Fort Wilderness.

We choose two connecting rooms at the Pop. That works best for us. Off-season, it should be under $200 a night for two rooms.


#3

My dates are hopefully 11/26 12/6 The WDW site seems to think things are all sold out and to re do the dates… I also tried with 6 at suite ASmusic and nothing came up… The only thing I could find was the wilderness for $4853.14 and only inclues 4 adulds and 2 kids…


#4

Ok… I just checked WDW site and I think 4 nights are $99 night and the rest are value. I think it may be cheaper for us each to cook seperate


#5

The cabins only sleep 6.
A DVC 2-bedroom sleeps 8.
2 connecting rooms (value or moderate) sleeps 8.


#6

You are not going to get 7 people in a value room…


#7

You have to call Disney for the Suites, they still do not come up on the computer when you search.


#8

The suites only sleep siz, so they are out with your party of 7. DVc, cabins or connecting rooms are your only options.


#9

Cabins only sleep 6.


#10

adjoining or connecting rooms might be a great option!


#11

How old are the kids? Anyone under 3 doesn’t classify as a person so you could go anywhere that sleeps 6.


#12

^So then where does the 7th “non-person” sleep?

I’d go with adjoining rooms. That’s your best bet, IMO.


#13

Check the S/D too. But you can always see about 2 rooms anywhere as well.

Denise


#14

I think Disney assumes the infant/toddler will sleep in a crib/pack n play

I agree- two adjoining rooms.


#15

If you’re not gung-ho on staying on property, I’d check out Vacation Rentals by Owner (VRBO) website as they have a lot of townhomes/condos that are cheaper than a Disney hotel.

I’ve been on that website a lot lately for our upcoming trip next Oct/Nov. I have always stayed on property in the past but our last trip was nice and quiet (other than the arse at the timeshare place) I don’t have much desire to stay on property anymore; especially after reading so many trip reports lately about noisey neighbors in the next room, balconey, etc.


#16

opps that’s right…my bad. I had sleeps 8 in my head for some reason. Thanks for correcting me.:heart:


#17

Just quoting the reservation cm’s…they said they can give you packnplays for anyone under 3 because they “don’t count”…
In my situation…all of my kids although still young don’t care if they are crammed in a bed together. I am sure that will change once my son hits his teens:laugh:


#18

Hey all. The kids are 6-7-9 they all need a bed. I also think that im set on all of us to have 2 rooms. I was thinking about last trip and my nephew had me up at 5 am every day ready and dressed for the parks! No way!! Not this time :laugh:


#19

Stay at the SSR 2 bedroom Villa. It is very nice! Sleeps 8


#20

I say 2 rooms. No matter how much you love your family, you always need a little break from each other.