Where should we stay? Four adults, two kids.

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by chekhovgirl, Apr 30, 2013.

  1. chekhovgirl

    chekhovgirl Mouseketeer

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    Here's the situation:

    We'd like to go for 10 nights in February 2014 and are inviting my parents, but even if they say they're coming now, I'm not 100% sure they will, so I'm exploring our options with and without them. On our only trip with the kids we stayed at POFQ and liked it. With six people, we'd need two rooms or a suite. Also, after that trip, I have to say that our priorities were a bit of a nicer room (DH's request) and access to our own or non-Disney food. We were only there for four nights last time and we were getting sick of it.

    So, I got a quote for Bonnet Creek thinking we could do a two bedroom and if my parents come, they come, but if my parents don't drive down we need to factor in a car rental and parking at the parks. Is there any other option on property that would not be exponentially more expensive than doing Bonnet Creek? Just the suites at AoA? Would that be a let down from being at a moderate or higher?

    Thanks for any opinions! I haven't been immersed in the world of the Disboards since our last trip 1.5 years ago :)
     
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  3. diskids2

    diskids2 <font color=CC66CC>Not above grovelling for a tag

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    Possibly a Villa, but I would look at renting points through a DVC member or Dave's. Otherwise the cost could be higher than Bonnet Creek.
     
  4. chekhovgirl

    chekhovgirl Mouseketeer

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    Going with BC. Thanks!
     

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