10 Adults - Best resort?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by KLRoo, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. KLRoo

    KLRoo Earning My Ears

    Feb 18, 2008
    Hello and thanks for having such an awesome forum - this is my first post! I am organizing a trip for 10 adults to visit WDW in December 2008. We are thinking Moderate (it would be 4 people per room, so 3 total rooms needed), but wouldn't mind a home-away-from-home for a similar cost.

    Can anyone recommend a resort for us?

    Thanks in advance - we're hoping to book in the next month or so!
    KLRoo and friends
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  3. Disneydenise

    Disneydenise DIS Veteran

    May 21, 2000
    10 adults in double beds is going to be tight. I would think I would go for a deluxe for the queen size beds and the additional single bed in some of rooms but I am a brat about my sleeping space. The POR Alligator Bayou has a pull out bed in the room so that would be an option. The Carrribbean Beach has the largest rooms. I would do a little more investigating in reference to what you think the group would enjoy. Will you have cars or will you be using Disney transportation? Do you think you will be spending alot of time at Pleasure Island? If that is the case you may want to stay at one of the Disney good neighbor resorts. Good Luck planning.
  4. Mike N Kathy

    Mike N Kathy Mouseketeer

    Jan 22, 2006
    You wont fit comfy in a moderate ...id go deluxe... GF would be fun for all adults:D
  5. Deb & Bill

    Deb & Bill DVC-Trivia Contest, Apr-2006: Honorable Mention

    Mar 20, 2000
    The only on site villa that would fit your group would be a DVC Grand Villa. But if you are not a DVC member, you won't get one.

    Are all these adults going to be sharing beds? Many of the deluxe resorts will sleep five with two queen beds and one day bed (about twin sized).
  6. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt,vwl,bwv

    Oct 26, 2000
    it is kinda late to be getting Dec at a DVC resort.

    so would only recommend OKW or SSR - they have the most rooms.

    AKV would be nice if you can get it.

    VWL, BCV and BWV will cost more.

    OKW has 2 queen beds in their studios.

    all the others have queen bed and double sleeper sofa.
  7. colleen costello

    colleen costello <font color=FF99FF>Is in a "just back from OKW and

    Jul 23, 2002
    For the price of 3 Deluxe rooms, you could find out about renting a Villa at one of the DVC rooms. A 2-bedroom sleeps 8 and you could add on a studio which can sleep 2 -4. The 2-bedroom will have a living room, kitchen and laundry. They are really nice. Old Key West has HUGE rooms.
  8. bellebud

    bellebud DIS Veteran

    Feb 25, 2004
    If you'll be at pleasure island a lot, like someone else said - the disney good neighbor resorts might be good, or SSR (I believe you can walk from PI???)

    How about beach club, boardwalk, or the Swan or Dolphin... the nightlife at the boardwalk might be nice for all you adults, and you can walk or boat to 2 parks - epcot and mgm. and you'll have tons of restaurant choices all w/in walking distance.
  9. Atchley

    Atchley "Bedsheets? Who invited that kid?"

    Mar 12, 2006
    I think we could have fit 4 adults comfortably in CBR. Their rooms are slightly larger than the other moderates. You will just have to take turns for the one bathroom.:scared1: We really enjoyed CBR. You can check out my 06 pictures below.
  10. marivaid

    marivaid My mother is a Pluto molester.

    Sep 12, 2006
    That's a tough one. I like my space, so I'd say 5 rooms at a Value, everyone would have their own bed.
    But I like colleen's idea of renting a 2-bedroom + a studio better, if you can afford it.

    Personally I wouldn't put 4 adults in 1 room at a mod. We'll be 4 adults in April and decided to go Value; the resort won't be as fancy, but we won't have to take turns in the bathroom and everyone will sleep comfortably.
  11. danielle782001

    danielle782001 DIS Veteran

    Nov 4, 2006
    Old Key West or Saratoga Springs
  12. Princess_Belle

    Princess_Belle DIS Veteran

    Feb 5, 2007
    I'd get a grand villa at one of the DVC resorts. These sleep up to 12 and are absolutely beautiful!!
  13. Terk-1

    Terk-1 Cinderella's Castle is My 2nd Home!! Only 1,3

    Aug 26, 1999
    Well first of all, WELCOME to the DIS!!!:welcome: :welcome: :welcome: :welcome: :welcome:

    If a moderate is what you are looking for, we love Port Orleans French Quarter. It's small & compact, so it's easy to get everywhere here. Plus there is a boat launch to DTD. We've had 2-4 adults in a room here before and it was fine. Plus, how much time are you really spending in the room to begin with?

    If you are looking to spend a little more, then I would recommend the Wilderness Lodge. This is a great resort.
  14. myladyisatramp

    myladyisatramp myladyisatramp

    May 29, 2005
    We are doing BWV, for our trip in November will be 5 adults. We got a 2 bedroom on these boards for 5 nights. I like the idea of 2 bedrooms a room you can sit and chat in instead of sitting on your beds to hang out Plus you have a bedroom seperately, much more room. I choose Boardwalk for its location near both parks you can walk to them, there is a ton going on for adults down at the boardwalk plus you have 4 other hotels within walking distance, Swan, Dolphin, Beach Club & Yacht Club. Check out the DVC rentals in this website.
    I stayed at CBR this past November 2 rooms we were 5 adult women. We managed, but 5 women in 2 bathrooms. It was a lovely resort I would not hesitate to stay there again with maybe 2 or 3 in a room.
  15. Deb & Bill

    Deb & Bill DVC-Trivia Contest, Apr-2006: Honorable Mention

    Mar 20, 2000
    However, as I stated earlier, she'll never get one in December if she isn't a member. The odds are, they are probably already booked.

    Also, for every adult over two in the room, you'll be paying an extra adult fee. Maybe $25 a night in a deluxe, $20 a night in a moderate. That's per adult over two.

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