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Finding a Disney World Suite for Your Family or Group of 5 (or More)

One of the most important parts of a Disney World vacation is figuring out where to stay while you’re there. However, for big families or groups, that can often be easier said than done—and, not to mention, a whole heckuva lot more expensive than a typical Disney World hotel room.

Luckily, Disney offers a whole new world of possibilities for groups of five or more people traveling together, from family suites at Disney value resorts like Disney’s All-Star Music Resort to sprawling, multi-bedroom suites at Disney deluxe villa resorts like Disney’s Riviera Resort. Not to mention, a Disney World suite is more than just a spot to lay your head after an exciting day in the theme parks. It’s part of the whole Walt Disney World Resort experience, featuring special decor, unique themes and amenities that bring extra enchantment and a sprinkle of pixie dust to your getaway.

In this post, we’ll explore which Disney World resort hotels have suites for folks who need some extra space, whether it’s a family of five or a group of 12 friends on a Disney vacation for grown-ups. We’ll also discuss the different types of suites available across the Walt Disney World Resort, as well as delve into the numerous benefits that come with staying in one. Think exclusive access, spacious living areas and, in some, even a place to cook your own meals. (You know, if you’re into that sorta thing when traveling.) Whether you’re planning your first trip or returning for another dose of Disney magic, our guide will help you choose the perfect suite for your dreamy Disney vacation.

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Which Walt Disney World Resorts Have Suites?

At Disney World, suites can be found at a variety of hotels in a range of price points, from easy-on-the-wallet value resorts to middle-of-the-road moderates to more expensive deluxe villa and deluxe resorts. They are also offered in an assortment of configurations, whether one-bedroom suites, family suites or apartment-like three-bedroom grand villas.

Here are each of the hotels where you can find suites at Disney World broken down by their specific resort category, working our way from the most budget-friendly to the priciest.

Disney Value Resorts

Perfect for bigger families looking to keep their Disney vacation as affordable as possible, two Disney value resorts offer family suites with room for as many as six guests. They include:

All Star Music Karaoke Building at night

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Expect minimal theming with a few character-inspired touches in family suites at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. However, what rooms at this Disney value resort lack in theming (the resort of the resort is pretty slim on amenities, too), they make up for in savings.

  • Family Suites – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed and 2 queen-size pull-down beds
    • As low as $323 per night

Pool area in Cars area in Disney's Art of Animation Resort at Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

For those looking for plenty of space without skimping on the pixie dust, the family suites at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, the newest Disney value resort to join the lineup, are for you. With vibrant, over-the-top designs themed after The Lion King, Cars and Finding Nemo, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is home to our pick for the best family suites at Disney World, making it the perfect choice for those traveling with younger children.

  • Family Suites – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size table pull-down bed and 1 double-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $459 per night

Hotel and boardwalk at sunrise

Disney Moderate Resorts

If you want amenities like excellent pools and other recreational activities and great dining options without breaking the bank, Disney moderate resorts are the way to go. Running the gamut from rustic cabins to a presidential suite with club-level access, suites are available at two of the Disney moderate resorts, including:

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

With a smorgasbord of dining options (including a Michelin Guide-recognized steakhouse) and one of the best hotel pools at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort offers many of the perks of the Disney deluxe resorts without the incredibly high price tag. Think of these family suites as offering (relatively) affordable Disney luxury.

  • Casitas One-Bedroom Suites – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,034 per night
  • Casitas Executive Suites – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,473 per night
  • Tower Presidential Suite with Club Access – Sleeps up to six people
    • Comes with 1 king-size bed and 2 queen-size beds
    • As low as $1,732 per night

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The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

If you’re hoping for an escape from the crowds after a crazy day exploring the theme parks, you can’t do better than Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Although you can camp here on the cheap in a BYO tent or RV, Disney’s Fort Wilderness cabins are technically considered part of the moderate resorts when it comes to price point. In exchange for the higher rate, you’ll enjoy a rustic retreat that feels like a home away from home, as well as access to awesome amenities like Chip ‘n’ Dale’s Campfire Singalong, the Tri-Circle-D Ranch (both of which are free!) and more.

  • Cabins – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size sleeper sofa and 1 bunk bed
    • As low as $448 per night

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Disney Deluxe Resorts

For large groups and families wanting the best amenities that Disney World hotels have to offer, you’ll want to book a suite at one of the deluxe resorts. Typically offering a wide-ranging slate of activities, great pools, top-notch dining and a convenient location near one (or more) of the theme parks, as well as a slew of suite options, these Disney resorts are the cream of the crop for parties of five or more people.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Jambo House

Located a quick and easy bus ride away from Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, neighboring Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge isn’t just one of the most unique deluxe resorts on property, but a Disney resort unlike any other. Neighboring several of the wider resort’s savannas, which teem with wildlife like giraffes and zebras, Jambo House is the most central part of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and home to two incredible restaurants: Boma, an African-inspired buffet, and Jiko – A Cooking Place, the resort’s fine-dining outlet.

  • One-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,315 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,104 per night

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Disney’s Beach Club Resort

With Stormalong Bay, the best hotel pool at Disney World (complete with a lazy river and sandy bottom), a handful of delightful eateries, including Beaches & Cream Soda Shop ice cream parlor, and a charmingly laidback style, Disney’s Beach Club Resort is an ideal choice for families and adults alike. A range of both high-occupancy guestrooms and suites sweeten the deal, accommodating an array of budgets, group types and desired vibes.

  • Standard Rooms – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $543 per night
  • Deluxe Rooms – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $756 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to seven people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 double-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $2,026 per night
  • Newport Presidential Suite with Club Access – Sleeps up to seven people
    • Comes with 1 king-size bed, 2 double-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $2,753 per night

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Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

Nestled near the International Gateway entrance to Epcot’s World Showcase along the serene Crescent Lake and Disney’s BoardWalk, the charming Disney’s BoardWalk Inn boasts a winning combination of nostalgia, great dining and nightlife and an incredibly convenient location. Like Disney’s Beach Club Resort nearby, accommodations with enough space for groups and families of five or more run the gamut from standard guestrooms to two-bedroom suites and, not to mention, from (reasonably) affordable to pricey.

  • Standard Rooms – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $597 per night
  • Standard Rooms with Club Access – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $865 per night
  • Deluxe Rooms with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,043 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 2 king-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair or 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 day bed and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,028 per night

Monorail line outside of hotel

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Touting what is arguably the best location of any of the Disney World hotels, Disney’s Contemporary Resort is ideally situated right next door to Magic Kingdom, meaning a quick and easy walk for guests and, if you’re lucky, views of Cinderella Castle and the nightly fireworks display from your room or suite. This hotel is also especially iconic because it serves as a tunnel for the equally-as-iconic Walt Disney World monorail.

  • Garden Wing Rooms – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $550 per night
  • Main Tower Rooms – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $774 per night
  • Garden Wing One-Bedroom Suites – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size bed and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $1,456 per night
  • Garden Wing One-Bedroom Hospitality Suites – Sleep up to seven people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 day bed
    • As low as $1,544 per night
  • One-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,898 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,770 per night
  • Theme Park View Presidential Suite with Club Access – Sleeps up to eight people
    • Comes with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $3,277 per night

Grand Floridian Hotel with monorail line

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

The flagship Disney World resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa offers the best of the best—the nicest restaurants, excellent service, an outstanding location that’s within walking distance of Magic Kingdom. So, naturally, when it comes to suites at Disney World, those at the Grand Floridian Resort are also as good as it gets. If it’s an upscale atmosphere, convenient location and incredible dining you’re after (we’re talking not one but two Michelin Guide-recognized eateries, including Victoria & Albert’s, Disney World’s premiere restaurant), look no further than this Disney resort.

  • Outer Building Standard Rooms – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed and 1 double-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $794 per night
  • Main Building Standard Rooms with Club Access – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $1,257 per night
  • Outer Building One-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 double-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,703 per night
  • One-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 double-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,983 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,696 per night

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

For laidback island vibes, tropical-inspired dining (DOLE Whip, anyone?), sandy beaches with views of the Magic Kingdom fireworks and guestrooms that are not-so-subtly-themed after Disney’s Moana, book a stay at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Idyllically situated on Seven Seas Lagoon, directly across from Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is an excellent choice for groups of all sorts, whether families or adults wanting a beachy hideaway.

  • Standard Rooms with or without Club Access – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed and 1 day bed
    • As low as $662 per night
  • One-Bedroom Suites with Club Access – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $1,558 per night
  • Ambassador VP Suite with Club Access – Sleeps up to eight people
    • Comes with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,656 per night
  • King Kamehameha Suite with Club Access – Sleeps up to eight people
    • Comes with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $3,441 per night

Waterfall at Disney's Wilderness Lodge at the Walt Disney World Resort

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Looking for a post-theme-park retreat that feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle without sacrificing perks or pixie dust? Consider reserving a stay at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. While not quite as convenient as some of the other Disney resorts in the Magic Kingdom Hotel Area, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge more than makes up for it with its elegantly rustic ambiance, excellent restaurants (including one of the best character dining experiences at Walt Disney World) and some of the most affordable room rates of any of the deluxe resorts.

  • Deluxe Rooms with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $958 per night

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Disney’s Yacht Club Resort

Hoping for a Disney World resort that feels slightly more buttoned-up while still being close to the magic? Disney’s Yacht Club Resort could be right up your alley. Easily one of the most grown-up Disney resorts, with a surf-and-turf restaurant and a nautical-inspired design (think boat shoes instead of flip-flops), this sophisticated stay is great for a group of adults traveling together. That said, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort also shares amenities like the Stormalong Bay pool with its sister property, Disney’s Beach Club Resort, meaning kids will still enjoy it, too.

  • Standard Rooms – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 twin-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $543 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Suite with Club Access – Sleep up to six people
    • Come with 2 king-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,182 per night

Bench near a pool at night

Disney Deluxe Villa Resorts

Wanting a home away from home that feels more like an apartment or vacation house than a hotel room? You may be better off booking a studio or villa at one of the deluxe villa resorts at Walt Disney World. While primarily intended for Disney Vacation Club members, you don’t need to be part of DVC to stay in the spacious accommodations at these Disney resorts.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House

Also part of Jambo House, these villas at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge enjoy all the benefits of the resort’s suites, like access to its incredible menagerie of animals, as well as kitchens for those who prefer to cook their own meals.

  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $720 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,660 per night

Giraffes grazing trees in the sunset

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village

Located right next door to Animal Kingdom Lodge and Jambo House, Kidani Village is the Disney Vacation Club side of this Animal Kingdom-area Disney resort. While you’re there, don’t miss Sanaa, an Indian-inspired restaurant with views of one of the resort’s savannas.

  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $771 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $1,158 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,629 per night

Monorail at night with hotel in background

Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

While separate from the iconic A-frame at the heart of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Bay Lake Tower shares its unbeatable views and location.

  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $956 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $1,253 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,869 per night

Disney's Beach Club Resort Panoramic view in the Evening

Disney’s Beach Club Villas

For beach bums and Epcot fans wanting more space to sprawl out, Disney’s Beach Club Villas check every box. A convenient location within walking (stumbling) distance from World Showcase makes this an excellent choice for those planning to do a lot of drinking around the world.

  • Deluxe Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $543 per night
  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $824 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa or and 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 double-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $1,236 per night

Villa with table and couch

Disney’s BoardWalk Villas

Just as charming as Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, the resort’s spacious villas are great for larger groups or families that don’t need a ton of space.

  • Deluxe Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $596 per night

Disney World Hotel Room, Brown Couch with Bambi Couch Pillows and Pink Barstool Chairs

Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

The older of the two Disney Vacation Club outposts at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, Boulder Ridge Villas are for those wanting a cozier, more homespun vibe. And bonus, they’re also cheaper!

  • Deluxe Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $458 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 queen-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $1,312 per night

Pool surrounded by buildings and foliage

Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

For those hoping for a more contemporary twist on a forest hideaway, the Copper Creek Villas check all the boxes. With soaring ceilings, a hot tub on the enclosed private patio and gorgeous views of Bay Lake, the cabins are especially impressive.

  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,331 per night
  • Cabins – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $2,518 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $2,658 per night

Resort hotel next to a lake

Disney’s Old Key West Resort & Villas

The original Disney Vacation Club resort, Disney’s Old Key West Resort & Villas in the Disney Springs Resort Area offers beach vibes, hidden-gem dining and plentiful space. Old Key West Resort is even home to one of the best pools, complete with a sauna located inside a lighthouse.

  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $623 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 twin-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $892 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,908 per night

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Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows

Have you ever dreamed of staying in one of those over-the-water bungalows in Bora Bora or Tahiti? Well, thanks to the villas at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, you can have a similar experience without having to pull out your passport.

  • Deluxe Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 double-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $662 per night
  • Bungalows – Sleep up to eight people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 2 single-size pull-down beds
    • As low as $3,309 per night
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Riviera Resort Standard Room

Disney’s Riviera Resort

Inspired by the trips that Walt Disney used to take with his wife, Lillian, to the European Riviera, Disney’s Riviera Resort offers elegant sophistication with a dash of pixie dust. This is also one of the few Disney resorts located directly along the Disney Skyliner, making it easy to get to and from both Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Not to mention, it also boasts a rooftop restaurant that hosts what is arguably the best character breakfast at the Walt Disney World Resort.

  • Deluxe Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $688 per night
  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $944 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 full-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $1,548 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $3,102 per night

Saratoga Springs Resort at dusk

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Villas

The second DVC Disney resort to make its debut, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort is perfect for those who are planning to spend a lot of time at nearby Disney Springs. Not only is there complimentary water transportation available to and from the popular entertainment district, but this Disney Springs Resort Area hotel is also just a short and scenic walk away. Alternatively, for something completely different, you can also choose to stay in the unique Treehouse Villas, which offer a wooded retreat at the end of a busy day in the theme parks.

  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $622 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 full-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $891 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $1,908 per night
  • Treehouse Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, 1 twin-size sleeper chair and 1 bunk bed
    • As low as $1,114 per night

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Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

For groups and families wanting to feel like Disney royalty, you can’t get much closer than the Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Spacious and elegant with views of Magic Kingdom for some, a stay here will have you feeling like a Disney VIP.

  • Resort Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 2 queen-size beds and 1 day bed
    • As low as $794 per night
  • Deluxe Studios – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 queen-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $794 per night
  • One-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to five people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 single-size pull-down bed
    • As low as $1,070 per night
  • Two-Bedroom Villas – Sleep up to nine people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa and 1 full-size sleeper chair
    • As low as $1,738 per night
  • Three-Bedroom Grand Villas – Sleep up to 12 people
    • Come with 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds and 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
    • As low as $3,351 per night

Outdoor pool with lounge chairs

FAQs About Suites and Villas at Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

Still have questions? We’ve got answers! Here are some commonly asked questions about staying in suites or villas at the Disney resorts.

How many guests can stay in a family suite at Disney World?

Family suites at Disney World, whether at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort or Disney’s Art of Animation Resort, can comfortably accommodate up to six guests.

What is the difference between suites, studios and villas at Disney World?

In general, both regular suites and family suites at Disney World are basically larger guest rooms, with beds (and occasionally separate bedrooms), a living area and at least one bathroom. In contrast, villas are more homelike and come with either a kitchenette (for studios) or a full-sized kitchen (for villas).

What is the maximum occupancy of a Disney suite or villa?

Believe it or not, not all suites at Disney World are right for big families or groups. However, while some can be on the smaller side (think four people or smaller), most range from as few as five to as many as 12 guests.

Well, folks, that brings our guide to the different suite options at Disney World to a close. Have you ever traveled in a large group to Walt Disney World before? Where did you stay? Let us know in the comments! Then, learn how you can save some cash with our discount Disney World tickets.