# of adults per room

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by BrerMom, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. BrerMom

    BrerMom DIS Veteran

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    I always knew that there was an extra charge for the 3rd and 4th adults in a room, but we've never had to deal with it because we go as a family. I know that in the eyes of Disney, DD11 is an adult. I will buy her an adult ticket for the parks, but does she count as an adult with respect to reservations also?
     
  2. CarolMN

    CarolMN DVC Co-Moderator Moderator

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    Good news! Your 11 year old is not considered an adult for lodging purposes. The charge for more than two adults in a room applies to those 18 and older. Enjoy your trip!
     
  3. WDW2002

    WDW2002 DIS Veteran

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    I think disney is a bit "confused" on when a child becomes an adult. :)

    For park admission 10 & over is an adult (9 & under a child)
    For restaurants 12 & over is an adult (11 & under a child)
    For resorts 18 & over is an adult (17 & under is a child)
     
  4. Princess_Aurora

    Princess_Aurora <font color=green>President of the Clueless Club..

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    I wish they'd fix it all at one age...preferablly 3-18 child. That way I could pay child admission for my kids for a LONG time :) I don't see it happening though.

    My MIL is coming with us on this tirp and they charged u $15 extra per night for the extra adult...just incase you were wondering how much extra they charge.
     
  5. CarolMN

    CarolMN DVC Co-Moderator Moderator

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    The extra charge for more than 2 adults in the room varies by type/class of resort. It's $10 for the Value Resorts, $15 for the Moderates and $25 for the Deluxe Resorts.
     

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