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  • [Question] 2 small kids and a baby, do we need 2 rooms at disneyland hotel or hollywood hotel

    Hello, We are planning a holiday in Hong Kong with a visit to Disneyland.
    We have 2 adults, 2 kids 4 and 2 and a newborn baby.
    Do we need 2 rooms at the Disneyland hotels in hong kong?
    1 room would really be fine for us as the newborn would sleep with us, 2 rooms would mean we wouldn't stay at disneyland hotel due to the price of 2 rooms.

    Any recommendations for family friendly hotels that fit people in 1 room and don't cost a huge amount?

    thanks

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    Re: 2 small kids and a baby, do we need 2 rooms at disneyland hotel or hollywood hote

    Originally posted by Disney13 View Post
    Hello, We are planning a holiday in Hong Kong with a visit to Disneyland.
    We have 2 adults, 2 kids 4 and 2 and a newborn baby.
    Do we need 2 rooms at the Disneyland hotels in hong kong?
    1 room would really be fine for us as the newborn would sleep with us, 2 rooms would mean we wouldn't stay at disneyland hotel due to the price of 2 rooms.

    Any recommendations for family friendly hotels that fit people in 1 room and don't cost a huge amount?

    thanks
    Hi there, you certainly don't need two rooms! My cousin and her family (2 adults, 1 8 year old kid and a 17 year old teen) stayed at the Disneyland Hotel and had no problems with room size. Having stayed at Disneyland Hotel twice and at Hollywood Hotel once, I believe the rooms are big enough to accommodate your family. And besides, It's not like you'll be staying at the hotel 24/7 since the resort - let alone the entire city of Hong Kong - has plenty of activities to offer. I really recommend you to stay at Disneyland Hotel rather than the Hollywood one - it's just better on every level (though the dining options MAY be limited and pricey. But then you can take a free resort shuttle bus to the Hollywood Hotel and enjoy the dining there).

    Hope this helps

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      Re: 2 small kids and a baby, do we need 2 rooms at disneyland hotel or hollywood hote

      Just stay in 1 room, if you need an extra bed, you can request them. I don't think that you will have extra charge for 5 people like other hotels. They do recommend you to stick in 1 room, so they will have more rooms for other guests. The room is spacious in Hong Kong standard already so don't worry.

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