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    What is the minimum age requirement to to check in at the Disney hotels?
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    18 years of age with a valid ID

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    When I called to check on this in December when I was checking in, they said 21. But they don't seem to be strict on that. Maybe they have changed it now.



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    I would think 18 would be good, depending on what room you have though. If it has a mini-fridge with the mini-bar, then I would bet 21. But otherwise, I think 18 is good.

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    Instead of guessing and spending more time on the site here is the best solutiion. Call Reservations: (407) WDW-MAGIC (939-6244) and ask them what the rules are. Also the Swan, Dolphin and outside hotels may have different rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick.jeschke
    I would think 18 would be good, depending on what room you have though. If it has a mini-fridge with the mini-bar, then I would bet 21. But otherwise, I think 18 is good.

    I believe Disney does not have mini-bars any more, but when they did they had keys so the kids couldn't get in and get that $2.00 candy bar and that $3.00 can of soda
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiggerguy
    I believe Disney does not have mini-bars any more, but when they did they had keys so the kids couldn't get in and get that $2.00 candy bar and that $3.00 can of soda
    It must be the Swan and Dolphin I was thinking of...I remember staying there with my dad for his work convention and they had those Mini Bars. And they had that REALLY expensive water too! Tap is good for me!

    And anyone who would pay $2 for a candy bar is just loco!

    One resort i stayed at in St. Pete-Tampa had this bad idea for a sensor in the fridge to tell when something was removed and charge you for it. And we had to moves the snacks in the basket so the toddler would not get into them, and they charged us!

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    ON DISNEY PROPERT - 3 STAR HOTELL - HAVE TO BE 21 TO CHECH IN + HAVE TO SHOW AN ID CARD
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    Huh? What do you mean 3 star, like a moderate hotel?
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