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Bertnie20 05-26-2013 05:59 PM

Is there
 
Any hotels that a family of 8 can stay at, without paying for 2 rooms?

1osfan 05-26-2013 06:34 PM

Try the Cabins at the Wilderness.

tiki23 05-26-2013 06:40 PM

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Originally Posted by 1osfan (Post 48508332)
Try the Cabins at the Wilderness.

They only sleep 6, so do the family suites. The "treehouses" at Saratoga Springs sleeps 8 or 9, so do other DVC resorts but the prices go up quite a bit from the standard rooms or family suites.

Try 2 connecting rooms at a Mod or Value- we were always happy with that arrangement.

Peachkins 05-26-2013 07:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Bertnie20 (Post 48508087)
Any hotels that a family of 8 can stay at, without paying for 2 rooms?

Here is a link to Disney's site that describes accommodations for larger groups:

https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/pl...advice/groups/

Looks like the deluxe resorts are the only ones with rooms/suites big enough for that many people. It will definitely be cheaper to just do two rooms at a value or even moderate resort, although the villas look really nice.

chartle 05-26-2013 07:27 PM

yes how many g's do you want to spend per night?

I think there is a suite at AKL thats for 8 thats $2,500 - 3,000 a night

joshsmom 05-26-2013 07:33 PM

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Originally Posted by chartle (Post 48508774)
yes how many g's do you want to spend per night?

I think there is a suite at AKL thats for 8 thats $2,500 - 3,000 a night

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LadyBeBop 05-26-2013 07:51 PM

Don't know how much it would be, but you could rent a trailer offsite, and it will be delivered directly to Fort Wilderness. I think they sleep up to 10.

Itinkso 05-26-2013 08:00 PM

If you don't mind being off-site, you can rent a 4-bedroom house in the Clermont area, 20 minutes outside of WDW, for less than $150/night.
We rented through vrbo.com and the house included a game room, Internet and pool.

chartle 05-26-2013 08:04 PM

I have also seen off site vacation homes for up to 12 for around 150 a night with full Game rooms and your own pool.

Bertnie20 05-26-2013 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by chartle (Post 48509059)
I have also seen off site vacation homes for up to 12 for around 150 a night with full Game rooms and your own pool.

That may be the way to go, holy moly, I was looking for my cousin who between her and her boyfriend/husband they have 6 kids. Ages 10 9 7 7 6 and 5 so they really don't want to split up. They are pretty broke too, but want to try and take the kids

Alesia 05-26-2013 11:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Bertnie20 (Post 48509919)
That may be the way to go, holy moly, I was looking for my cousin who between her and her boyfriend/husband they have 6 kids. Ages 10 9 7 7 6 and 5 so they really don't want to split up. They are pretty broke too, but want to try and take the kids

They could get 2 connecting (not adjoining) value rooms. If they're going to have a car anyway, they might find something cheaper off-site.

Mom2six 05-27-2013 01:23 AM

I have six kids. We have done both the DVC resorts and 2 connecting moderate rooms. It is really no big deal to have two connecting rooms - you really aren't separated. The rooms aren't that big to begin with and the door is right there next to the beds.

I would suggest though if money is tight for them to stay off site. It really can be a lot cheaper! If they rented a vacation house or condo they would also have a full kitchen and could cook some of their meals at the house. Feeding 8 people at WDW costs a fortune! Unless they go during free dining!

Schmeck 05-27-2013 06:32 AM

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Originally Posted by Bertnie20 (Post 48509919)
That may be the way to go, holy moly, I was looking for my cousin who between her and her boyfriend/husband they have 6 kids. Ages 10 9 7 7 6 and 5 so they really don't want to split up. They are pretty broke too, but want to try and take the kids

She has a boyfriend or a husband? Or both? :rotfl:

If they will have a car down there, (that fits 8, woah!) I second the recommendation to rent an offsite house. If they don't have a car, staying on property might be the best, but more expensive bet. Will they all stay together all day, or do the younger ones need nap time?

Bertnie20 05-27-2013 08:15 AM

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Originally Posted by Schmeck (Post 48511512)

She has a boyfriend or a husband? Or both? :rotfl:

If they will have a car down there, (that fits 8, woah!) I second the recommendation to rent an offsite house. If they don't have a car, staying on property might be the best, but more expensive bet. Will they all stay together all day, or do the younger ones need nap time?

Haha he is her boyfriend but more like her husband, they are both from divorced family's, and he doesn't want to get married because he feels its just a piece of paper, they are common law married tho, they are buying a house together and have been together for about 2 and a half years ;)

The kiddos won't need naps, but deff breaks. They would try to go durning free dining

chartle 05-27-2013 08:21 AM

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Originally Posted by Bertnie20 (Post 48512142)
Haha he is her boyfriend but more like her husband, they are both from divorced family's, and he doesn't want to get married because he feels its just a piece of paper, they are common law married tho, they are buying a house together and have been together for about 2 and a half years ;)

The kiddos won't need naps, but deff breaks. They would try to go durning free dining

even with free dining they still need to see if it would be cheaper to stay off site. they still have to do the math. :teacher:


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