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DisneyLvr55 11-18-2012 09:40 AM

AoA question
 
We are going to Disney next October and staying at AoA with my family (myself, DH and 2 DDs 7 & 8), my father, and my inlaws. Since my mother passed away, and its just my father, I was thinking about getting one of the suites for us and my father, and my inlaws would be in a regular room in the Little Mermaid section.
By looking at the map, I see that the Lion King suites are closest to the Little Mermaid rooms, but my question is - How far of a walk are they apart - Is it doable for "grandparents"?

Also, I was thinking about giving my father the bedroom, my husband and I would get the pullout, and our girls would get the table bed. Has anyone done anything like this? Will it be a "comfortable" way to stay? Is it cost effective?



Thank you!

goofyintoronto 11-18-2012 09:53 AM

Lion king section is closest to Little Mermaid. If you Google the resort map you can see which section of the building is best to request.

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angelmom27 11-18-2012 10:09 AM

Me and the kids did a walk around AoA when we visited family staying at POP. The walk was not bad at all. I am sure the walk will be doable for them. My grandma did good when she was at POP walking around.

disneydreamfan14 11-18-2012 11:28 AM

Either of the LK rooms will be very doable for grandparents. Depending on how fast the grandparents walk, it will take you 2-4 minutes to reach Triton/Ursula buildings, 3-5 to reach Ariel.

The suite will perfectly hold your family. The table bed is certainly big enough for two little girls, and you both should fit fine on the pull-out.

Have a great stay!

tiki23 11-18-2012 01:17 PM

I slept on all of the beds when we stayed in a Cars suite at AoA. A little first-hand research, lol!

All of them were very comfy; I'd give the girls the table bed in case you'd like to watch TV from the sofa bed.

DisneyLvr55 11-18-2012 03:17 PM

Thanks everyone!!! In doing more research, its around $400 more to get the suite, rather than having seperate rooms. As of right now, I think we are going seperate, but we will see. Thanks again!!!


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