|01-24-2008, 03:15 PM||#1|
stuck with "the travel bug"
Join Date: Jan 2008
im going to disney with my extended family there are 20 of us and so we are thinking of getting 2 villas. is that a good idea? which villas are the best keeping in mind there are 20 of us 10 kids and 10 adults. thanks!
|01-24-2008, 04:48 PM||#2|
Join Date: Nov 2001
Are you looking for DVC villas, or something offsite?
If you want to stay at a DVC resort, the only way you can fit everyone into two villas is if you get two grand villas (each sleeps 12), or a grand villa and a two-bedroom villa (sleeps 8). Grand Villas are very difficult to get for non-members, and are only available at these resorts:
There are so few at BWV that your chances of getting one there are slim to none, so that narrows things down to OKW and SSR, and even those will be hard for you to find.
Or, you could get three 2-bedroom villas, or two 2-bedroom villas and a 1-bedroom villa.
|01-24-2008, 05:39 PM||#3|
Own at BWV, VWL and BLT
It happens every night on the Bay Lake side
Join Date: Oct 2000
Location: birmingham, Al
the new AKV also has GV.
that say GV are very, very expensive - so would go with two - 2-bedroom and a studio.
or 1-bedroom and 4 studios.
the 1-bedroom at OKW is big enough to meet in the living areas.
of course if enough of your kids are under 3 (might be 2) - then you could get away with two 2-bedrooms.
forget AKV 1-bedroom sleeps 5, the 2-bedroom sleeps 9.
another thing about GV they are not close together.
with the 2-bedroom option you could get all the villa in the same building (with luck and planning) at OKW and SSR.
BWV, AKV, BCV and VWL are all one building
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