Tried a few searches to no avail, and the likely answer is probably "depends on your preferences." Although I have traveled extensively to Disney in the past, our trip next June will be a new experience. My DW and I are early 30's and want to take our 2.9995 year old (she will turn 3 the day we get home from the World) and then 4-5 month old. Additionally, we want to take my parents in their mid-60's. Thus, the requirement of a "5" person room. My DF and DM took us to the campground numerous times growing up, so my DF is particularly set on the cabins. Given this is one of our last chances to stay at a deluxe resort without getting 2 rooms (not an option this trip), I preferred Cont. Assuming trends in the past, I imagine the seasonal discount of 30% (Cont) vs. 20% (Cabins) will make the 6-night stay comparable (within 10% of total cost). My question to the experts is whether anyone had similar experiences at the Cont - our almost 3 year old loves the princesses, so I envision 3 days minimum at MK. I also know that we will spend the majority of the afternoons at the resort, wherever that may be. Is 6 really pushing the limits of the deluxe room? To keep costs contained and be close to the pool, I am planning to request a 1st floor garden room as that at least opens to a patio. I realize we sacrifice a full kitchen, door to a separate bedroom, and +/- 80 SF by choosing Cont. I think the convenience of being a short walk to the Kingdom with easy access to Epcot offsets these inconveniences. Thoughts and opinions are greatly appreciated!