Do any resorts have 2br & kitchenette for 2 families?

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  1. Sheilby

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    Good to know, Disney's website said select resorts so I didn't want to assume.
     
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  3. Aidensmommy22

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    :thumbsup2 Thanks for pricing it out for me! I will look into both of those. Do you know if any of the DTD hotels have 2 br suites? I stayed somewhere one time that had 2 brs & a kitchen in the middle. That would be perfect! Not sure how the bus service is for the DTD hotels compared to the resorts either. Thanks for all of your help!
     
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    Someone here mentioned Bonnet Creek yesterday, said they have great prices. It isn't DTD, but I think it still on Disney property.
     
  5. Sheilby

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    It's really a matter of personal comfort. When I was younger we stayed with a ridiculous amount of people in a room when we went skiing. Now that I'm 41, I need a touch more privacy and a real bed, not a pull-out couch.

    A lot of things depend on the personalities of the people involved. Can you rent 2 rooms under the military rate? I was under the impression that the military person (or spouse) had to be in the room.

    I have no idea what he needs a kitchenette for either, the only thing it really adds is a microwave, all the rooms have fridges (I guess I should say, will have their fridges back by then). He isn't going to be cooking much in a microwave. They are more helpful for those with young kids who need to heat up baby food or something. The villas have full kitchens which I do see the point of, and as someone else pointed out, you may want to run the numbers and see if you can swing saving for them. If not, I would go with two standard rooms.
     
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    Agree. FYI, up to three rooms can be booked at the military rate. Makes it nice to be able have family/friends join in the fun!
     
  7. Sheilby

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    Oh that's great. I guess i shouldn't have turned down that Air Force ROTC slot. :rotfl:
     

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