Travel Tips & Tricks

How to do Disney with a Group

Planning a Disney vacation with a group can be daunting! Room occupancy, height requirements and personal preferences can put a wrench in even the most best-laid plans. Hiring a travel agent to help you through this is the best advice, but if you are still set on doing this alone, here are a few tips.


Choosing the Best Accommodations for Your Group


Cabin at Copper Creek, Disney's Wilderness Lodge

Disney onsite hotels are usually the best option for a group. When you stay at an onsite Disney hotel your transportation on buses, boats, monorail and Skyliner are included. This makes it easy to get your group from point A to point B. You can book multiple standard hotel rooms and request they be connected or close to each other or you can book a Villa or Suite. Villas and Suites are at select Disney resorts and can sleep up to 12 people depending on the type. These villas and suites come with a full kitchen or wet bar, 2-3 bedrooms and separate living area making it extra comfortable and economical for a group. Other options which are more expensive are Copper Creek Cabins and Bungalows at the Polynesian. A fun, non traditional way to accommodate a group is at Disney's Fort Wilderness campground and cabins. You can always find large houses to rent outside the Disney resorts, If you go this route you will have to coordinate transportation and you won't be immersed in the Disney Magic.

Living room of Copper Creek Cabins at Disneys Wilderness Lodge

Choosing Fastpasses for a Group