Has anyone ever used the trundle beds at port Orleans? Or has any other suggestion for a 5 person family?
We did in 2005....the trundle was more like a thin mattress that was in the floor...we haven't been back since. - tink3254
4.2 #506 9:13PM
You could look into a family suite at one of the value resorts. I think the trundle at Port Orleans would be fine for a small child. - Andrea84
592.4 #7 9:42PM
We just got home from the Riverside hotel yesterday and my 4 year old daughter loved it! - disney321
16.5 #6483 10:03PM
When we stayed there it was fine for our 3 year old! - Ariel42
250.6 #24 10:04PM
When we stayed my daughter thought it was fun .. espically when the boys tried to see if they can roll her under the bed.. its a great for a family of 5.. - Disneymom36
62.2 #77 10:48PM
Art of animation is opening up suites in late may. - margustafson
16.6 #6459 12:01AM
I had one in my room but no one used it. My grandchildren would have loved it. It looks like it is for 8 and under. They aren't full size. - ally
500.9 #10 7:40AM
We had a room at the Beach Club- 2 queen beds and a day bed - which my vey tall teenager slept on diagonally- but it was very comfortable. Also- we always bring a twin size aerobed - princessSue
261.9 #1062 9:56AM
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