I booked a hotel suite which was not only less expensive than any room I’ve stayed in at Disney, but also much larger.
We booked a premium room called Deluxe Wolf Den Suite. It was huge and included 765 square feet to comfortably accommodate my family of six in one room.
It came with two full bathrooms with a tub in each, a kitchenette, two private balconies, two flat-screen TVs, two bedrooms, and a large living room. There were three queen beds, two full-size sofa beds, and a cave-themed sleeping area with bunk beds and an adjacent smaller bed in the same aptly named wolf den.
The forest theme continued throughout the room, including paw prints on the shower curtains, a campfire mural, rustic furniture, and log pillars and beams.
The website said the room could sleep up to 12 people, so it’s no wonder our family had no problem finding a spot for every child.
In contrast, most standard rooms at Disney World can only accommodate five people, so my family always has to upgrade to a family suite at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort when we stay there. This suite is still fun, but only offers 565 square feet, one bedroom with a queen bed, a Murphy bed that folds out from the wall in the living room, and a pull-out sofa bed in the same room.