I'm probably making this WAY more complicated than it needs to be, but I'd love some thoughts from those more experienced with Disney resorts! We went on our first family trip, along with a friend and her son, a couple of weeks ago, and we rented a 4 bedroom villa offsite. It was super affordable, and HUGE! Now we're looking to go back in early December (12/6-12/3 probably), just my husband, myself, our 7 year old son, and 3 year old daughter. We'd love to stay onsite this time, but I just can't figure out what our best option is for a (reasonably affordable) room! My family of four actually stayed one night in a standard room at Pop Century, and while we loved the resort, there is NO way we could stay in a room like that for more than a night or two. My husband is 6' 5" and just a big guy in general, so a double bed does NOT work for him. Even a queen isn't very comfortable for he and I to share, but we could at least live with it for a week I think. Our kids are 3 and 7. They're both active sleepers, plus they tend to fight a lot, so I don't know how well having them share a bed would work out. I would LOVE to stay in a suite at Art of Animation, but it's just too expensive. We could stay offsite, with a rental car, for literally less than a third of the cost. It sounds like my only other less expensive options that would have three beds, at least one of which is a queen size, would be a preferred room at Port Orleans Riverside, or a family suite at All-Star Music. Am I missing anything else? I have a preferred room at POR booked right now, but I'm really wavering on whether to cancel it and just stay offsite again. Even though I'd love to be onsite, I'm not really that into the theming of POR from what I've seen online, and offsite would be a bunch cheaper. I'd love to hear any opinions or advice on our options and what might work well for our particular needs!