I have a reservation for WDW early December for just DH and me. Now, DH is telling me his company won’t let him go on vacation at that time! He has told me to reschedule for February but I haven’t done anything for weeks because I can’t bear to cancel the December reservations. I just love WDW during the Christmas season.
I’m just starting to think about rescheduling. Do I get onsite perks for arrival day and departure day? I was thinking of staying a night (Sunday) at the airport and checking into a Disney Resort the next day (Monday). Would I get the 30-minute early entrance into a park on Monday, before I check into my resort?
We check out on Sunday. I presume we can leave our luggage with bell service and get the 30-minute early entrance into a park on this departure day?
I don’t have dates chosen for February. Suggestions would be great.
I think the reason I haven’t canceled December is if WDW starts selling AP, I might go by myself or find a travel partner.
Another question. For the All Star resorts, I don’t think I get to pick the type of bed when reserving, King or Queen plus Murphy? If I go with someone else besides DH, it would be nice to have the Queen plus Murphy.
Many guests considering King Bed options tend to overlook Disney’s Value Resorts completely. This is mainly due to the fact that unlike the Moderates the Values don’t offer a specific King Bed category. However, that doesn’t mean that King Bed rooms aren’t an option at these properties. It is possible to find king beds at any of the All Star properties (All Star Music, All Star Sports and All Star Movies), Pop Century and Art of Animation (Little Mermaid Rooms Only) but these are by request only. This means that King Bed Rooms at these properties aren’t guaranteed. Rather you put in a request and Disney will do their best to honor your preference. To make a King Bed request at any of these properties simply call your Travel Agent or ring up Disney directly to have the request added to your reservation.