I'm currently planning a 10 day WDW trip for next June, and am considering staying at three different resorts during our stay. My reasons are: We like to visit new places, different resorts will give us more experiences I think 10 days is way too long to stay in one place. I actually think 5 days is too long We'll get a chance to experience pools/activities at multiple resorts We'll get a feel for the different areas, in case we want to buy into DVC (I'd plan on staying in resorts in different areas (MK, AK, and Epcot) We can plan parks on the days we're staying near that park. My questions is, does all my reasoning make sense? I haven't been to WDW since I was in third grade, and pretty much know nothing of the area. Are these reasons all valid (I know some are subjective), or might I be off base with some? Is there enough to do at resorts where you can spend an entire week there and not get bored? Will DD/DW feel rushed after only spending 3-4 days at some resorts? My thinking right now is to stay 3 nights at the Poly, 4 nights at Beach Club/Yacht Club (or Swan/Dolphin), and 3 night at AKL. And then do the parks close by our resorts for each segment. However, I plan on taking advantage of any early magic hours at parks, and those won't necessarily coincide with the parks we'll be near, so that really might be a non-issue. Plus, from what I understand AKL isn't really anywhere near the AK entrance, so that'd be a shuttle ride anyway. To give you a little background, it's myself, DW, DD (9) and DS (22 months). The reason I'm thinking these resorts: Poly - Good view om Magic Kingdom, and so many people rave about it for activities. Also right on the Monorail. Beach/Yacht Club - Everyone raves about the pool/waterpark. DD loves to swim Swan/Dolphin - I have a boatload of Starwood points that will work here AKL - Large pool, unique experience, lots of activities for kids. I would appreciate any insights you could offer. Also please feel free to shoot holes in my plan, I'd much rather know now. Thanks!