Advice On Separate Rooms - Where do I find.....

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  1. ausdisneyguy

    ausdisneyguy Earning My Ears

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    Where do I find a hotel where the kids can stay in a separate room? Ideally I'd like a 2 bedroom suite. Some places like the HoJo recommend two rooms (adjacent or connecting).

    Can anyone give me a recommendation for hotels that solve this problem?

    :cool2:

    P.S. I read somewhere that the Grand Californian had 1/2 bedroom suites but I couldn't see any pricing when I went to check. Any ideas??
     
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  3. kokotg

    kokotg DIS Veteran

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    The Hojo has suites, too. We have a new kidsuite (2 bedrooms) booked for September, although I don't think they have them ready right now.
     
  4. blackjackdelta

    blackjackdelta <font color=darkorchid>Uncle had an "in" with Walt

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    You may want to look at the Residence Inn Maingate's web site and check out what they have.

    Jack
     
  5. Karebear

    Karebear Mouseketeer

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    The Camelot Inn and Suites and the Carousel Inn both have 2 bedroom suites and they are across the street from the entrance. The Portofino Inn and Suites has kids suites, but they are about a 15 minute walk from the entrance.
     
  6. firsttimer2007

    firsttimer2007 DIS Veteran

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    If you book through Disney you get free parking and I think one early entry. You can book through disney at the good neighbor hotels and find many suites. Some are two bedroom with a king bed in one room and a bunk bed in the other with a living area and kitchen between. Some have 4 queen beds with a sleeper sofa in the living room.

    There are many hotels in the area that will fit your needs. You just need to decide what your needs are.

    Like:
    How many beds
    breakfast (continental or buffet or cook to order)
    pool (spash pool, hot tub or full size pool)
    dinner (some will give you a snack dinner)
    kitchen (do you want to cook or store cokes)
    walking distance
    grocery shopping service...
     
  7. disneylovingfamily:4

    disneylovingfamily:4 Mouseketeer

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    We are staying at the kids suite at Carosel Inn. We always stay there and love it!
     

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