Author: Disney Diva
One of the things people deal with when wanting to stay “on property” At Walt Disney World is how many people can stay in each room. Most Disney rooms are about the size of a regular hotel room.
All rooms will hold at least four adults and a child who can sleep in a crib.
There are other rooms however that can hold more and those are important to note if you have a larger family! So what can fit a family of 4 or larger?
Animal Kingdom Lodge - p to 5)
Animal Kingdom Jambo and Kidani Villas - up to 12
Art of Animation family suites- up to 6
Bay Lake Tower –up to 12
Beach Club- up to 5
Beach Club Villas- up to 8
Boardwalk- up to 5
Boardwalk Villas – up to 12
Contemporary- up to 5
Fort Wilderness Cabins and Homes – up to 6
Fort Wilderness Campsites- up to 10
Grand Floridian – up to 5
Old Key West – up to12
Polynesian- up to 5
Port Orleans Riverside - 5 in some rooms in the Alligator Bayou section
Saratoga Springs – up to 12
Treehouse Villas – up to 12
Wilderness Lodge- up to 5
Wilderness Lodge Villas- up to 8
Yacht Club- up to 5
So keep these in mind when you make your room reservations. You can also get a “lockout” which connects two rooms together, but you’ll have to pay for two separate rooms and you’ll need to tell your travel planner or reservationist you’d like the two rooms to connect.