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Gupsmom
02-17-2002, 02:26 PM
We have 6 people. The youngest iwill be just 3 (and small at that). If rooms say 5 plus a baby under 3...does that have to rule us out? I'm not trying to be sneaky or dishonest, but most of the places I am really interested in we are ruled out of because our youngest is 4 months too old.
Jess

disneyag
02-17-2002, 02:28 PM
I believe if your youngest is still in a crib, you are ok.

Kermit
02-17-2002, 04:07 PM
Well, if you buy her a ticket that's on your room key, they'll know she's over 3. Hopefully Disney will start building hotels with bigger room occupancies sometime soon. For now, your best options are FW cabins or 2 bedroom suites at OKW, BWV, or WLV. You could also get two regular rooms.

LKS
02-17-2002, 04:27 PM
I would call and ask whether that's OK if the youngest is in a crib. I don't know their ruling on that. Other hotel chains never had any problem with us adding a pack and go even when our son was almost 4 and he was always willing to sleep in one.

abuwalker
02-17-2002, 06:18 PM
2 rooms at a Value Resort, if your kids are old enough to be alone, that is!

Gupsmom
02-17-2002, 09:04 PM
my kids will be....6, 4 3/4 and 3.

Jess

ducklite
02-19-2002, 08:47 AM
Originally posted by abuwalker
2 rooms at a Value Resort, if your kids are old enough to be alone, that is!

As long as you have connecting rooms and leave the door open between them, it doesn't really matter how old they are. It's the same as being at home, unless you live in one large room without any doors.

The added benefit to having two rooms is that you also have two baths.

Anne

LKS
02-19-2002, 10:56 AM
Actually, you would have to have too many young children for one room in the resort you are booking. For instance, at the CR, I have three children and two adult, so we are outnumbered, but we all fit, so no guaranteed connecting room. At the AllStars, three kids should do the trick.