Best option for 1 night with 6 people?

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  1. vllygrrl

    vllygrrl Mouseketeer

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    I'm looking (well in advance) for a place to stay near Disney the night before our package begins. We have 5 adults (DH, myself, My parents, my sister) and my 4 1/2 year old son. Ideally I'd like a condo or something that we could all share, but I'd like to keep the price low. Oh...and it's the Saturday after Thanksgiving, so prices will be high, I'm sure :confused3 I suppose I'm looking for recommendations, because I have not stayed offsite in years, and certainly not with a group larger than 3!
     
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  3. Lucky'sMom

    Lucky'sMom DIS Veteran

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    A couple of ideas that I have are: Downtown Disney Doubletree Suites sleep 6, a Residence Inn has rooms that sleep 6 and free breakfast, a Springhill Suites says it sleeps 5, but since your child is young, could sleep on the sofabed with an adult and also has free breakfast. The Residence Inn Lake Buena Vista is good, and so it the Springhill Suites in Marriott Village. These would all keep your price lower than a 2 bedroom villa or something like that. I would also check HotelKingdom to see what the price is for Cypress Pointe Grand Villas.
     
  4. spiceycat

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    was going to recommend this
    http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/Resorts/bvsuites/index.htm

    but it only allows 4 adults.

    most of the timeshares/condo - must have a 3 day stay.

    still might try this one
    http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/Resorts/Sheraton/Villages/index.html

    it is further away than this one
    http://www.dreamsunlimitedtravel.com/sheraton/vistana/svr-res.cfm#hm-svr

    but for some reason the village is a lower price and newer? but don't be surprised if it refuses you.

    maybe embassy suites
    http://embassysuites1.hilton.com/en.../en/hi/&xch=144698426,Q5XVQHFHNDYLOCSGBJBNMQQ
     
  5. scanmom

    scanmom DIS Veteran

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    checking Comfort Suites Main Gate East. They are reasonable, have free breakfast and sleep 6, if 2 don't mind a sofabed. For 1 night, I think it would be doable. And it's not too far from the parks. Plus the pool is open 24 hours a day, so you could go for a late nite swim or dip in the hot tub if needed!!!!
     
  6. minnie10

    minnie10 Mouseketeer

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    A family from my hometown owns lazybonesvillas.com. Take a look at this site. It looks awesome. I have heard great things about this place. Thanks
     

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