Disney World Resort hotels are located all around the property and are positioned near the individual theme parks. If you plan on spending more of your time at any particular theme park you may decide that it makes sense to stay near that park. If you’re getting an all parks pass then you can enter and leave the theme park without having to wait in long lines. That means you can head back to your hotel for a swim and a nap before returning to the park for evening activities.
You can find resorts in The Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Downtown Disney and the ESPN Wide World of Sports Area.
Do you have a preference when it comes to accommodations? For example, do you love camping and the lodge experience or do you prefer the feel of a seaside resort? Disney accommodations are divided into moderate, luxury, and value resort hotels. You can also enjoy villas and a camping experience.
There are family friendly resorts and resorts designed for adults who appreciate luxury and high end accommodations. And of course you can enjoy the best of both worlds at a moderate resort.
What to Expect
At any Disney resort, regardless of the nightly rate you can expect to be treated like a welcomed guest. You can also expect a wide variety of dining options in and around your hotel and transportation options around the park. Resorts all have pools so bring your swimsuit. Each resort has their own activities and events so check with the hotel staff to find out what is in store for you. Enjoy nightly concerts and family friendly events as well as behind the scenes opportunities.
Each resort can help you plan your stay and provide you with the reservation assistance and ticketing assistance that you and your family need. Disney has a reputation for top quality guest accommodations, they’re committed to making your stay memorable.