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We are going to be at WDW in September. We have a split stay at CBR and Poly. We are taking two vehicles because there are six of us (one being a baby and another being disabled) and because we will not all be leaving to head home at the same time. Is having two vehicles going to be an issue?
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We will be able to valet with one vehicle and self park with the other vehicle?
Yes, certainly can.
As the Deluxe resort valet approaches, simply say you wish to valet park. You’ll give basic info at the valet checkstand and get a ticket which is given to the valet who brings your car to you. I expect you’ll show the placard at the checkstand to prevent being charged for valet parking. Not sure since we have disabled plates on our car.
The valets will also run out to your car and bring items you may have left in it which I once requested, something else useful to know.
The non-valet vehicle can simply be unloaded and then driven to the self-parking lot.
If you’re taking both vehicles to dine or shop at another Deluxe, the self-park vehicle can simply turn off into the self-parking lot while the other pulls up to the resort’s entrance for valet parking.
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