Two Bedroom Suites At Disney Resorts

It can be challenging to find suitable accommodations at Disney World if you have more than 4 people in your family. When we travel, we almost always book a vacation home (AirBnB, VRBO etc) because of the extra space it gives our family of five.

When we visit Disney World we prefer to stay on site. If you are looking for a two bedroom suite in Disney World, we will show you what your options are.

Most of the family suites at Disney World have two rooms, not two separate bedroomsWhat you will find when you enter your hotel is two rooms – one room is a designated bedroom, and one room is a living space with sleeping accommodations available.

Almost all the beds at Walt Disney World resorts are queen size beds. There will be some exceptions of a king size bed and single bunk beds, but queen-size beds are standard.

2 bedroom suites at Disney World

Disney Value Resorts with Family Suites

Value resorts are the least expensive option when choosing to stay on Disney Property. These hotels are very family friendly and have a high level of Disney theming.

Art of Animation

These suites can sleep up to 6 adults. At Art of Animation, you can find family suites in the Cars section, Finding Nemo section, and Lion King section. Art of Animation is one of our top choices for families with kids!

The family suites include two rooms, two bathrooms, and a kitchenette. At Art of Animation the bedroom has a queen bed and the additional room has a double sleeper sofa and double table bed.

lightning and sally at art of animation

All Star Music

All Star Music has a queen bed in the bedroom and two queen size pull down Murphy beds. We have slept on the pull down beds when we stayed at POP Century and we had no complaints at all!

Disneys' all star music buildings

Disney Moderate Resorts with Family Suites

As the name suggests, moderate resorts are the mid level range of accommodations. They are more expensive than value, but the rooms are generally more spacious. 

The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

The Cabins at Fort Wilderness can sleep up to 6. They have a bedroom with a queen bed and a bunk bed. The extra living space has a pull out sleeper sofa.

The cabins feature a toaster, a kitchen with a dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker, These are very popular with families. Beginning September 27, you will have the option of renting a Disney Vacation Club Cabin. These are brand new DVC cabins that sleep 6. These are extra spacious and will provide a high level of comfort to guests

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Coronado Springs has the Casitas one bedroom suite that sleeps 6. The Casitas have 2 Queen Beds and 1 Queen-Size Sleeper Sofa.

Coronado Springs Resort Disney

If you are looking to sleep 4 but would like extra space, Coronado Springs has the Tower Suites. These rooms sleep 4 but do have a designated bedroom with a king bed and a living area with a queen size pull out sofa.

Coronado Springs also has the Tower Presidential Suite with club access. This is a massive hotel room with one king bed, two queen beds, and more space than you can imagine – and costs a pretty penny!

Disney Deluxe Resorts with Family Suites

Deluxe hotels are the most expensive resort choice in Disney World. Most of the Deluxe Resorts have some “standard” suites as well as villas. 

The largest and nicest rooms in the Deluxe resorts are villas. The largest villa is a 3 bedroom suite. The three bedroom include 4 full bathrooms, a full kitchen, living and dining areas, washer and dryer, and a balcony. There are also two-bedroom villas and one bedroom villas available at these resorts. 

Disney's Wilderness Lodge Lobby

Many of the larger rooms and villas are only available through Disney Vacation Club. If you are not part of the Disney Vacation Club you can rent points through a variety of reputable sites – most people recommend Daves Vacation Club. Here are the options available at the Deluxe level:

  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge (Up to 12 Guests in Villas)
    • Resort View and Savanna view one bedroom suites, sleeps 6
  • Disney’s Beach Club Resort (Up to 8 Guests in Villas)
    • 2 Bedroom suite sleeps up to 7. 
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Inn (Up to 8 Guests)
    • A deluxe room has an attached living space that has a sleeper sofa and sleeps 6. 
    • 2 Bedroom suite that has 2 queen beds, 1 queen sleeper sofa, sleeps 8
  • Disney’s Old Key West (up to 12 adults)
    • 1, 2, and 3 bedroom villas available
  • Disney’s Contemporary Resort (Up to 8 Guests)
    • Some larger rooms that sleep 5 are available 
    • Suites are available in the main hotel in the adjacent Bay Lake Tower
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa (Up to 9 Guests)
    • Some larger rooms are available that sleep 5
    • 1 and 2 bedroom villas are available 
  • Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort (Up to 8 Guests)
    • Larger rooms available that sleep 5
    • Bungalows and Suites sleep up to 8
  • Disney’s Yacht Club Resort (Up to 8 Guests)
    • Larger rooms available that sleep 5
    • 2 Bedroom suite sleeps 6, Turret suite sleeps 8
  • Disney’s Wilderness Lodge (Up to 12 guests)
    • Deluxe rooms sleep 6 – bedroom with 2 queen beds and a queen sleeper sofa
    • Deluxe studios available that sleep 5
    • 1, 2, and 3 bedroom villas
    • 2 bedroom cabin
Disney's Beach Club Lobby

​Picking the best route for your family can be challenging. We stayed at a 2 bedroom suite at Old Key West. The space was very nice – but we weren’t fans of how big the resort was. For our family, we would rather have a couple standard size rooms at a smaller resort like Beach Club.

Of course, you also have the option of staying off site! There are a ton of hotels very close to Walt Disney World that offer suites. You can check out the pros and cons of staying at an off site hotel here.


  • Katie Peterson

    Katie has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a little girl. She loves the magic of Disney and knows that all it takes is a little pixie dust to make your Disney trip special!

    Katie is married and has three kids. She has loved taking her kids to the most magical place on earth. Over the years of visiting Disney World she has learned some tips and tricks to help make your trip the best it can be. She is excited to share those ideas with you!

    When Katie isn't writing about Disney she enjoys hanging out with her family, hiking, and watching chick flicks. Katie's favorite Disney princess is Belle.

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