Disney World does a lot of things that makes traveling with babies and toddlers (relatively) easy, and that includes making Pack ‘n Plays available at all of the resorts.
Here’s everything you need to know about how that works, plus info on where you can get larger sized cribs if needed.
Can you get a Pack ‘n Play at Disney World?
Yes, you can! Complimentary Pack ‘n Plays are available at all the resorts.
If there isn’t one already in your room when you arrive (some resorts have them in the closet), you can request one by calling the front desk.
How do I add a Pack ‘n Play to my resort reservation?
There isn’t technically any way to add the Pack ‘n Play to your reservation.
But, you can call and have a note added to your reservation. That phone number is (407) 939-1936.
Just know that even if you do that, you’ll probably still need to call the front desk to request the Pack ‘n Play after you check in.
How much does it cost to use a Pack ‘n Play?
Pack ‘n Plays are free for resort guests.
Does Disney World have bed rails?
Yes, they do. They are available on a first come, first served basis, however. Just like with the Pack ‘n Plays, you’ll just need to contact the front desk to request them.
Does Disney provide full-sized cribs?
Yes, they do, but they have a very limited number of the full-sized cribs.
So, if a full-sized crib is necessary (i.e. you know for sure your baby can’t sleep in a Pack ‘n Play), you may want to consider renting one from an offsite vendor for your stay. Doing that is the only way to guarantee you’ll get what you need.
Where to rent a crib at Disney World
There are several off-site companies that will rent baby equipment that you can use during your stay.
In addition to cribs, the two companies below provide just about any piece of baby equipment you might need while on vacation, which can be helpful if your packing space is limited:
Avg. cost for a foldable full-size crib on wheels
- 1-3 nights $70, 4-7 nights $90, 8-10 nights $110,11-14 nights $125, 15-17 nights $145, 18-21 nights $165, 22-25 nights $175, 26-31 nights $185
Avg. cost for a foldable, full-size crib on wheels
- 1-3 nights $75, 4-7 nights $95, 8-10 nights $115,11-14 nights $135, 15-18 nights $155, 19-21 nights $175
Will the Pack ‘n Play fit in my room?
We have tested setting up a Pack ‘n Play in nearly every resort, and we can confirm that yes, they will fit.
Keep in mind, though, that the space will be tight in the Value Resorts (if you have both beds down). But, even with both beds down, it can be done. It is much easier to find spots for the Pack ‘n Play at the Moderate and Deluxe resorts.
Here are some examples to help you plan:
Pack ‘n Play at Pop, All-Star Music, All-Star Movies, All-Star Sports, Art of Animation
This is an example of the Standard Room layout at Pop and the All-Stars. With the 2nd bed folded up, the Pack ‘n Play will fit easily.
When that 2nd bed is down, it is a much tighter squeeze, but there are a couple of spots it will fit, including behind the sliding door where the sink area is located. Although that sounds like a weird spot, lots of people like to use it for the Pack ‘n Play because it lets them have a quiet spot for their little one to sleep.
In the suites at Art of Animation, you’ll have lots of options for where to put the Pack ‘n Play. However, the Little Mermaid Rooms are a bit more of a challenge. But you’ll still have a couple of options, including to the side of the dresser:
Pack ‘n Plays at Caribbean Beach, Coronado Springs, Port Orleans – French Quarter, and Port Orleans – Riverside
Many of the Moderate-level rooms have child-size 5th sleepers, but even when you’re using one of the little fold down beds, you can still fit a Pack ‘n Play.
Here’s an example of what we mean in a Caribbean Beach room with the child-size bed folded down:
Pack ‘n Plays at Deluxe & Deluxe Villa Resorts
By far the easiest rooms to fit a Pack ‘n Play in are the Deluxe level rooms.
Here’s an example of one in a Beach Club room: