What Walt Disney World Resort Rooms Sleep Families of 5 or More?
For those researching your Walt Disney World getaway, you’ll know that a majority of standard resort rooms are only designed to accommodate families of 4 with two double or queen beds. So what does this mean for slightly larger families? Fortunately, Disney has you covered but for new planners knowing where to look to find these rooms can be slightly confusing. To make it easier to find accommodation perfectly suited to your family or group, we thought we’d provide you with a quick rundown of properties accommodating 5 or more guests!
Disney’s All Star Music Resort- (pictured) Though standard rooms here only offer 2 double beds, this property also offers family suites making it a nice budget friendly option for larger families. The suites come it at 520 sq ft and feature 1 queen bed, 1 twin-sized sleeper chair, 1 double-sized sleeper sofa and 1 twin-sized ottoman. The family suites also come with a kitchenette and 2 restrooms. They are more expensive than the standard rooms with starting costs of around $250 -$260 a night.
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – This is a popular option with larger families due to the incredible theming! This resort specializes in family suites and modeled after your favorite Disney and Pixar films including The Lion King, Finding Nemo and Cars. Each of the suites can accommodate 6 and feature 1 queen bed, 1 double sized table bed and a sofa that converts into a double bed. Like All-Star Music this property offers 2 bathrooms and a kitchenette. These suites are incredibly popular and come at a slightly higher price tag than All Star Music. Expect to pay between $360- $450 per night depending on the season.
Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside – (pictured) This moderate resort offers rooms in it’s Alligator Bayou section that feature 2 queen beds and a child-sized pull out bed option. Guests should note however that the pull-outs are on the small size and are more suited to children rather than adults. Rates at Port Orleans Riverside typically start at around $230 a night.
Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort – This property offers standard rooms that can sleep up to 5 guests. These rooms feature 2 queen-sized beds and similarly to Port Orleans a child-sized pull-down bed. Standard rooms are roughly 300 sq ft. and start at around $225 a night off-peak. Guest looking to visit Disney World in 2018 should note that this resort is currently under construction. The majority of renovations are expected to be completed by 2019.
Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – The standard rooms at Coronado only sleep families of four. However, the property does offer a few suite options for those that don’t mind the extra cost. Coronado does offer Junior Suites with 2 queen beds and one queen-sized sleeper sofa. Those rooms come in at 950 square feet and cost in excess of $450 a night. There’s also executive suites which at 1500 square feel feature 2 queen beds and a king bed. The price for the suites are compatible to villa costs at over $1000 a night. Finally, there are standard 1 Bedroom Suites which are the same size as the Junior Suites and feature 2 queen beds and a sofa that converts into a queen bed. This are in excess of $800 a night.
The Cabins At Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground – These free-standing log cabins are a popular choice for larger families with a sense of adventure. Each cabin is around 500 square feet. They feature a queen bed, bunk beds, a double sleeper sofa, and kitchenette. There’s also lots of outdoor space that the kids will love. Price for the cabins are usually $330 and up a night.
Disney’s Beach and Yacht Club: (pictures) Both of these Epcot resort properties offer standard rooms that will accommodate families of 5. The majority of guest rooms feature 2 queen-sized beds and a day bed and come in at about 450 square feet.. There are also concierge level rooms with the same layout as well as 2-bedroom suites which can accommodate families of up to 7. The standard rooms at both of these properties will average between $400 – $500 a night, club level rooms are between $600 – $800 and suites are over $1000.
Disney’s Boardwalk Inn: Speaking of Epcot resorts, across the lake from Beach and Yacht Club, the Boardwalk Inn also offers standard rooms featuring 2-queen beds and 1 daybed that can accommodate up to 5 guests. Starting prices are compatible to the Beach Club averaging between $450 – $600 a night non-discounted for rooms. The rooms are similar in size to those found at the Beach Club. There are also Club Level rooms available with prices between $700- 800 per night.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort: This monorail resort offers both Tower (Main Bldg) and Garden Wing rooms that have 2 queen beds and a daybed. Rooms average around 440 sq ft and cost $450- $650 a night non-discounted. Club level rooms are also available from $700-$850 a night. There are also a handful of suites that sleep 5-8 guests and range in price from $1000 – $1500 a night.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort: After recent renovations, most rooms at the Polynesian can now can comfortably accommodate families of 5 with 2 queen beds and a day bed. Rooms come in at about 400 sq ft. Rates are typically around $500- $700 a night non-discounted. Club Level rooms are also available from $700 -$900 a night as well as 1-bedroom suites for $1000+.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa: The standard rooms at the Grand Floridian can comfortably sleep a family of 5 and are around 450 sq ft. The layout consists of either 2 double beds and a daybed or 1 king bed, 1 double sofa bed and a daybed. Rooms at the Grand Floridian range in price from $600- $800 a night non-discounted. Club level access is also available between $800 – $1,500 as are 1 and 2 bedroom suites for $1500+ a night.
Deluxe Villa Resorts:
Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort: This newly renovated property offers studios that sleep up to 5 adults. They come in at 356 sq ft. and offer a queen bed, double sleeper sofa and a twin pull-down bed. Another option would be a 2-bedroom villa which has a full kitchen and living room, 2 bathrooms, sleeps up to 8 adults and are 1,080 sq feet. Studios start at around $400 a night and 2-bedrooms start at $800.
Cooper Creek Villas and Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort: The studios, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom options here are compatible in size and scope to what you’ll find at Boulder Ridge. However, this property also boasts 3 bedroom Grand Villas which can sleep up to 12 adults and feature 1 King Bed, 4 Queens and a Queen size sleeper sofa. There’s also cabins like the one pictured above offering private, rustic accommodation for parties of up to 8. These free standing dwellings are the lap of luxury with separate kitchen and dining areas and even feature private hot tubs. The cabins comfortably sleep up to 8 adults. Depending on the size, villas here can range in price from around the $450 range for studios all the way up to in excess of $2000 a night for the cabins.
Disney’s Old Key West Resort – One of Disney’s original vacation club properties, Old Key West Resort offers spacious 1 and 2 bedroom villas and fraction of the cost to some of the other villa resorts. The 1 bedrooms can accommodate up to 5 guests and feature a fully-equipped kitchen, king sized bed, queen-size sleeper sofa and a twin-size sleeper chair in the living room. One bedrooms come in at 942 sq ft. with costs starting at $500 a night. 2-bedroom villas at Old Key West are a huge at 1,300 sq ft and feature 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair as well as 2 restrooms and full kitchen. The 2-bedroom villas start at around $800 a night non-discounted.
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort – At Saratoga Springs there are 2 bedrooms that feature fully equipped kitchens, a master bedroom with a king bed, a second bedroom with 2 queen beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa. The villas also have 2 bathrooms and come in at 1,072 sq ft. and sleep up to 8 adults. The costs to stay here start at $750 a night for a 2-bedroom. This property also offers Treehouse Villas. These elevated cabins can sleep up to 9 adults and feature cathedral ceilings, fully equipped kitchens, two full bathrooms and 3-bedrooms offering 2 queen beds, a bunk bed, a twin-size sleeper chair and a queen-size sleeper sofa. They come in at 1,074 sq ft. and start at around $920 a night.
Disney’s Beach Club Villas – You’ll find deluxe studios at this Epcot resort that sleep up to 5 adults and offer a queen bed, a double sleeper sofa and a bunk-sized pull-down bed. The studios come in at 412 sq ft with costs starting at around $400 a night. The property also offers 2 bedrooms villa available that can sleep families of up to 9 adults and feature a full kitchen,1 king bed and 2 queen beds and 1 double-size pull-down bed or 1 king bed and 2 queen beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa. At 1,226 sq ft. prices start at upwards of $1000 a night.
Disney’s Boardwalk Villas – The Boardwalk offers deluxe studios that sleep up to 5 with 1 queen bed, 1 double sleeper sofa and 1 bunk-sized pull-down bed. They are 412 sq ft and start at over $400 a night. There are also 2 bedroom villas available that can sleep up to 9 adults and feature a full kitchen, 1 king bed, 1 queen bed, 1 queen size sleeper sofa, 1 double-size sleeper sofa, and 1 bunk size pull down bed. At 1,226 sq ft. prices start at over $1000 per night.
Animal Kingdom Villas (Jambo House and Kidani Village) – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort offers two villa properties (Kidani Village and Jambo House) each with 1 bedroom villas that feature 1 king bed, 1 queen-sized sleeper sofa and 1 twin-sized sleeper chair. One bedrooms properties here feature kitchen and living rooms, and are around 700 sq ft. with costs starting around $850 per night. The 2-bedroom villas can sleep up to 8 adults a feature 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, 1 queen sized sleeper, and 1 twin size sleeper. Two bedrooms are about 1100 sq ft. and start at about $1,200 a night non-discounted.
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – (pictured) The Grand Floridian offers studios and the 1 bedroom villas that sleep families of 5. The studios offer a queen-sized bed, double-size sleeper sofa, and bunk-sized pull-down bed. The 1 bedrooms offer a full kitchen, king-sized bed, queen-size sleeper sofa and bunk-size pull-down bed in living room. The studios come in at around 375 sq ft and the 1 bedrooms are 844 sq ft. Nightly rates run from $800 up to $1200 depending on location. For $1000+ the 2-bedroom villas can accommodate up to 9 guests and feature a king bed, a queen bed and 2 queen-size sleeper sofas, 2 twin-size pull-down beds and come it at a around 1,232 sq ft.
Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort – Bay Lake Tower at the Contemporary offer 1 bedroom villas featuring 1 king bed and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, 1 twin-size sleeper chair as well as a full kitchen and living area. The 1 bedroom options come it at around 772 sq ft and will set guests back about $1000.00 non-discounted. Two bedroom villas are also available for groups of up to 9 adults and feature 1 king bed, 2 queen beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair. These rooms have a full kitchen, living area and 2 bathrooms and are 1080 sq ft. Prices start at over $1200.
Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows – The Polynesian offers Studio rooms. at 447 sq ft with a kitchenette, queen-sized bed, and queen-sized sleeper sofa. The studios start at around $600 per night. The Polynesian also offers lakefront bungalows that sleeps up to 8 adults. They feature 1 king bed and 1 queen bed and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 2 bunk-size pull-down beds as well as a fully equipped kitchen and a private wading pool! The bungalows are over 1000 sq ft and cost in the ballpark of over $2000 a night.