Disney Now Allowing Five in Beach Club Studios

With the full hard goods refurbishment project now complete at Disney's Beach Club Villas, reservation systems have now been updated to reflect higher occupancy of select rooms.  

Studio Twin Sleeper

Studio Twin Sleeper Example

During its 2016 refurbishment, twin-size folding sleeper beds were added to all Deluxe Studio villas at the Beach Club.  In conjunction with the queen size bed and full sleeper sofa, Studio rooms are now equipped to sleep a total of five guests.  

While the refurb was still in progress, Disney Vacation Club left Studio occupancy capped at four guests because they could not guarantee a renovated room for guests who needed the additional capacity.  But now that the work is done, the expanded room capacity has been made official.  

Booking tools used by DVC Member Services and on the member website now allow parties of five to book Deluxe Studio Villas.  

No changes were made to the capacity of One Bedroom Villas.  With one king size bed and a queen sleeper sofa, these rooms still sleep only four guests.  However, DVC has continued its long-standing policy of allowing five guests in a One Bedroom.  Rollaway beds, air beds and other temporary accommodations are not provided by the resort, leaving guests to make their own arrangements if they plan to exceed the room sleeping capacity.  

Similarly, dedicated Two Bedroom Villas at the Beach Club sleep eight guests but DVC will allow a total of nine.  Lockoff Two Bedroom units should sleep nine due to the fold down sleeper in the Studio room.  

For details on the Studio sleeper bed, refer to our coverage of last year's modifications to Disney's BoardWalk Villas

Reader Comments
Re: Disney Now Allowing Five in Beach Club Studios -- KNWVIKING 2.0
2016 Dec 07 08:56:59 AM
That means five plus a baby, in a pack-n-play, right?

And since three yrs old is considered a baby, it really means seven are allowed, because I have a 2 yr old and an infant.

And - oh BTW - I'm pregnant. So next trip it really means eight, right?
Re: Disney Now Allowing Five in Beach Club Studios -- wdrl
2016 Dec 07 09:42:01 AM
KNWVIKING 2.0 wrote:
That means five plus a baby, in a pack-n-play, right?

And since three yrs old is considered a baby, it really means seven are allowed, because I have a 2 yr old and an infant.

And - oh BTW - I'm pregnant. So next trip it really means eight, right?
The limit is five plus one infant.
Re: Disney Now Allowing Five in Beach Club Studios -- KNWVIKING 2.0
2016 Dec 07 09:55:47 AM
wdrl wrote:
The limit is five plus one infant.

Yeah, but ............. (see above)
Re: Disney Now Allowing Five in Beach Club Studios -- denlo
2016 Dec 07 10:04:06 AM
The limit is actually one child under age three does not count towards the room limit. It is assumed they can sleep in the pack 'n play or share with another guest(s)--think mom and dad's bed.

We confirmed this restriction with MS when we were booking rooms for family members.
Re: Disney Now Allowing Five in Beach Club Studios -- simbasmom
2016 Dec 07 01:19:42 PM
Just wondering if anyone thinks that this will reduce the desire for 1 BRs, which have a lower capacity. No matter that studios are approx. 400 sq ft and 1 BRs are approx 730 sq ft. Lower points.

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