Question: Can I request a crib for my baby or toddler at the Disney Resorts?
Answer: Definitely! Resorts within Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort all offer use of portable cribs for no charge. Some resorts do not have the cribs automatically placed in every room so it’s best to request the crib when you book your vacation with Disney or have your travel agent add it to your reservation for you.
The pack n’ play style crib and will come already disinfected with sheets and a blanket for your little one. This can be especially helpful when you are traveling as a family of 5. If you have 2 “older” children and one child under the age of 3 you can book any standard room with 2 beds if you like rather than upgrading to a 5 person room, suite or villa.
It’s helpful to remember to bring your child’s comfort items from home, especially if you have a pickier sleeper. Your toddler’s favorite toy animal or blanket could make all the difference. It may even be a good idea to pack your own play yard sheets so they smell like your home and your everyday laundry detergent. If you feel the pack n’ play is not a viable option for your toddler, you may also request bed rails for one of the full size beds in advance or at reception upon check in. Take comfort knowing Disney wants to make your visit with your family to rest easy regardless of whether it’s a first visit or one hundredth! It’s all about having fun and being comfortable in your home away from home!
I’m Autumn Vangor, an Independent Travel Agent with World of Magic Travel. I’m a Disney Parks, Cruise Line and Destinations professional. I am also an expert of cruising, SeaWorld, Legoland and can book your Universal Parks trip. Email me today at Autumn@worldofmagictravel.com to get a FREE quote for your next vacation! You can also follow me on Facebook and Instagram.
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