Stay in the heart of the magic and enjoy enchanting theme park perks with an onsite stay at incredible WALT DISNEY WORLD® Resort hotels and resorts (DISNEY’S GRAND FLORIDIAN Resort & Spa pictured).

Sprinkle a little pixie dust on your Walt Disney World® Resort vacation and enjoy exclusive perks and benefits when you stay in one of 30+ official Walt Disney World Resort hotels. With options ranging from budget-conscious accommodations to luxurious tropical hideaways, these incredible properties deliver awesome theme park perks, enchanting amenities and exclusive experiences for an extra-wondrous trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth.

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Perks of Staying at a Walt Disney World® Resort Hotel

Official Walt Disney World Resort hotels aren’t just fun and convenient — they also come packed with plenty of perks to help you have the best vacation ever. The magic starts well before your arrival, with the ability to purchase discounted MagicBand+ and make dining reservations for your entire length of stay (maximum 10 nights) up to 60 days in advance — perfect if you’re looking to score that must-have character meal. Plus, Disney Dining Plans are back on the menu, making it easy to prepay and even save on meals and snacks with arrivals on or after January 9, 2024.

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Upon arrival, you’ll enjoy perks and amenities including onsite dining, complimentary transportation options and early theme park entry (park ticket and reservation required). You’ll even get early access to purchase Individual Lightning Lane Entry for select rides on the day of your visit, making it easy to plan ahead and enjoy your day in the parks. Guests staying at a Disney Deluxe Resort, Disney Deluxe Villa Resort and other select hotels can also enjoy extended evening hours and a bonus opportunity to join attraction virtual queues on select nights throughout the year.

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The only question remaining is: Which hotel is right for you? Let’s dive in and see what makes each location so special.

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Magic Kingdom Park® Area Hotels

Stay in the heart of the magic at five Magic Kingdom® Park Area Hotels, including three with a dedicated resort monorail line to Magic Kingdom. Enjoy convenient theme park access, fireworks views and an unbeatable commute home after an incredible day in the parks.

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Disney’s Contemporary Resort

One of two flagship hotels that opened with Walt Disney World Resort in 1971, Disney’s Contemporary Resort is as iconic as Magic Kingdom Park itself. Echoing the visual cues of Tomorrowland, the ultra-modern resort features incredible guest rooms, direct monorail transportation to Magic Kingdom, and a 90-foot mural by Disney Legend Mary Blair, along with two sparkling pools and a bevy of award-winning dining options. Meet Mickey and friends at Chef’s Mickey’s, get a taste of Disney heritage at Steakhouse 71, or head up to California Grill on the top floor for market-inspired cuisine, an extensive wine selection and unbeatable resort fireworks views over Cinderella Castle.

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Connected via Sky Way Bridge, Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort is a recent addition with the same perks and amenities, as well as a private hidden Mickey pool with waterslide. Disney Vacation Club® members with a valid membership card and hotel reservation can also unwind at the Top of the World Lounge on select dates throughout the year.

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort also opened with Walt Disney World in 1971, offering a laid-back tropical vibe inspired by the spirit of the South Pacific. Say “aloha” to complimentary bus, boat and monorail transportation, Polynesian flavors at ‘Ohana and Kona Cafe, and two pools, including a lush garden Oasis Pool and a lively Lava Pool with a towering volcano, waterfall and 142-foot-long waterslide. Get a taste of Magic Kingdom with a sweet DOLE WHIP® from Pineapple Lanai or fill up on tiki culture at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto, a speakeasy-style watering hole with heavy Adventureland influences.

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Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows offer an ultra-premium resort experience, featuring Disney’s first over-the-water bungalows. These luxe accommodations offer fully equipped kitchens, a private deck and plunge pool, and breathtaking waterfront views of the nightly fireworks at Magic Kingdom.

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Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Delight in timeless Victorian-style accommodations, a full-service spa, award-winning dining and more at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa & The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Exquisite dining options include chef’s tasting menus at AAA Five Diamond and MICHELIN Recommended Victoria & Albert’s, Southern European flavors at the MICHELIN Recommended Cítricos, casual fare at the elegant Grand Floridian Cafe, cocktails with character at the Enchanted Rose lounge, and more acclaimed options.

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Unwind with body treatments, massages, manicures and other indulgences at The Grand Floridian Spa or cool off in the natural springs-inspired zero-entry pool, featuring cascading waterfalls, a 181-foot-long waterslide and adjacent aquatic play area for little ones. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa also offers convenient bus, boat and monorail access to Magic Kingdom Park.

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Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Inspired by turn-of-the-20th-century National Park lodges, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge offers rustic elegance set among nature trails, pine forests, whispering creeks and hot springs. Explore the great outdoors via idyllic biking and jogging trails and nature inspired pools, roast marshmallows near a geothermal “geyser,” and dig into hearty fare with a side of sass at Whispering Canyon Cafe. More great dining options include explorer-worthy lakefront bites at Geyser Point Bar and Grill and three-course meals with character at Story Book Dining at Artist Point. Complimentary boat transportation delivers you to the front gates of Magic Kingdom® Park.

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If you long to be closer to nature, Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge offer enhanced privacy and sense of serenity set among the trees. The modern, nature-inspired cabins and villas feature fully equipped kitchens, spacious living and dining areas, separate bedrooms, and laundry facilities, along with cabin exclusives like a double-sided fireplace, a porch with a built-in hot tub, and views of Bay Lake.

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DISNEY’S FORT WILDERNESS Resort & Campground (©Disney)

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

If full-on camping is more your style, leave the hotels behind and set up your home base at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground. Spread across 750 acres of pine and cypress forest, this picturesque backcountry retreat features fully equipped tent and RV campsites and furnished cabins that offer all the comforts of home. Explore a wealth of outdoor activities, including fishing, kayaking, horseback riding and archery, along with rustic frontier-themed pools, play areas and eateries. Have a rootin’ tootin’ good time with all-you-care-to enjoy country fare at Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue, catch a family-friendly movie under the stars with Chip & Dale, and explore the wonders of the great outdoors, all just a short ride away from Magic Kingdom Park.

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EPCOT® Area Hotels

Offering convenient access to EPCOT® and Disney’s Hollywood Studios® via walking path, boat or colorful Disney Skyliner gondolas, these nostalgic resorts conjure up memories of far-off places and bygone eras.

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Disney’s Boardwalk Inn

Travel back to the turn-of-the-20th century at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn and Disney’s Boardwalk Villas. Inspired by coastal boardwalk cities like 1920s Atlantic City and Coney Island, the whimsical lakefront resort boasts a delightful array of live entertainment, exciting nightlife, carnival-style games and pools overflowing with fun themes and Disney character. Savor traditional Italian cuisine at Trattoria Al Forno or nostalgic seaside fare at Flying Fish, then set out on a Surrey Bike rental to visit neighboring resorts including Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort. All three are set in a circle around Crescent Lake, conveniently located steps away from EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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DISNEY’S BEACH CLUB Resort (©Disney)

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort & Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Sister resorts Disney’s Beach Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Villas and Disney’s Yacht Club Resort share a coastal New England theme and several incredible amenities, including Stormalong Bay, a 3-acre water wonderland complete with a life-size shipwreck, pools, lagoons, a lazy river and one of the tallest resort waterslides at Walt Disney World Resort.

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Whether you’re into beach getaways or nautical retreats, you’ll find plenty to enjoy at these sister resorts, including steak and seafood at Yachtsman Steakhouse, laid-back coastal fare and drinks at Ale & Compass Restaurant, character dining at Cape May Cafe, and classic comfort food at Beaches & Cream, a retro soda fountain serving up flavored sodas, malted milkshakes, burgers and an enormous ice cream sundae aptly named The Kitchen Sink. At the end of the day, you can sink your toes in the sand and watch the sunset — or catch nightly outdoor movies, weather permitting — on the tranquil shores of Disney’s Beach Club Resort.

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Disney’s Riviera Resort

Escape to the French and Italian Riviera at the newest Walt Disney World hotel, Disney’s Riviera Resort. Timeless and elegant, the resort boasts a unique art collection honoring beloved Disney characters and icons, including two enormous mosaics depicting scenes from Disney classics Tangled and Peter Pan — Discover both on the way to the Disney Skyliner, which connects Disney’s Riviera Resort to EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and several other nearby resorts.

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Relax and enjoy la bonne vie at the tranquil Beau Soleil garden pool or splash down a 2-story waterslide at the colorful Riviera Pool. Kids will love the adjacent Fantasia-themed kid’s water play area, and adults can enjoy frozen cocktails, Provence rosé and refreshing wine spritzers at nearby Bar Riva. Additional dining options include Le Petit Café, a charming coffee and wine bar with a chic Voyageur’s Lounge; and Topolino’s Terrace — Flavors of the Riviera, where you can catch Mickey and friends in the morning and spectacular fireworks views in the evening.

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Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Steps from Disney’s Riviera Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort captures the essence of Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad and Aruba with lively markets, pristine beaches and pools, including a Spanish Citadel feature pool with two slides, water cannons and a shipwreck play area for kids. Savor the flavors of the Caribbean with mouthwatering dining options like Sebastian’s Bistro, Centertown Market and the tropical Banana Cabana Bar. A dedicated Disney Skyliner station provides a fun, convenient way to hit the parks.

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DISNEY'S POP CENTURY Resort (© Disney)

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Pop back in time for a fun new take on favorite fads from the 1950s – 1990s at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Located along the Disney Skyliner route, this value resort packs plenty of far-out fun into your stay. Take a dip in the Hippy Dippy Pool or pin-shaped Bowling Pool, pose with larger-than life yo-yos and Rubik’s cubes, get your game on with video games old and new at the Fast Forward Arcade, and fill up on Mickey waffles, souvenirs and more at Everything POP Shopping & Dining.

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DISNEY’S ART OF ANIMATION Resort (©Disney/Pixar)

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Perfect for fans of Disney and Pixar’s classic animated films, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort features standard rooms, family suites and central courtyards inspired by Finding Nemo, Cars, The Lion King and The Little Mermaid. Dive into the Big Blue Pool, the largest resort pool at Walt Disney World Resort, or rest your arms, hands, tires and fins at the Flippin’ Fins or Cozy Cone themed pools. Along with colorful shopping and dining options and fun photo ops, the resort is on the Disney Skyliner route for convenient access to EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park Area Hotels

You’re sure to have a wild time at these incredible resorts, where you can enjoy MICHELIN Guide dining, breathtaking resort views, cool pools and more, all minutes from Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.

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DISNEY’S ANIMAL KINGDOM Villas — Kidani Village (©Disney)

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Wake up to safari views at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, an authentic kraal style resort where over 200 animals roam across four savannas. The AAA Four Diamond property features authentic African art, culture and cuisine spread across two sister properties.

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The larger of the two resorts, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas — Jambo House is home to the lush Samwati Springs Pool, a tropical oasis surrounded by large canopy trees and Floridian palms. Feast on a vibrant buffet at Boma — Flavors of Africa or discover a mouthwatering blend of traditional African, Indian and Mediterranean cuisine at Jiko — The Cooking Place, the latter of which also boasts the largest collection of South African wines outside of South Africa. At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas — Kidani Village, dig into slow-roasted specialties with savanna views at Sanaa, then head outside to chat with animal ambassadors, many of whom hail from various African countries.

Gran Destino Tower at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort celebrates the unique blend of Spanish, Mexican and Southwest American cultures. In fact, the resort’s newest expansion, Gran Destino Tower, is inspired by famed surrealist artist Salvador Dali, who once collaborated with Walt Disney on a short animated film called Destino. Head up to Toledo — Tapas, Steaks and Seafood on the top floor for MICHELIN Recommended fine dining beneath a shimmering stained glass ceiling, or savor the bold flavors of traditional Mexican and American cuisine at eateries like Maya Grill and Three Bridges Bar & Grill.

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Awaken your creative side with hands-on art and mosaic classes, then dive into the Lost City of Cibola pool. Part of the sprawling Dig Site pool complex, the Mayan ruins-themed pool features a 50-foot Mayan pyramid, the largest hot tub at Walt Disney World, and poolside activities like the “Swimming of the Bulls.”

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Disney’s All-Star Resorts

Celebrate the magic of the movies at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, go the distance at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, and let the rhythm move you at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. Offering themed pools, arcades and a range of family-friendly rooms and suites, this trio of value-packed hotels is just 10 minutes from Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

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Disney Springs® Resort Area Hotels

Perfect for those who want to stay out late, these charming resorts are a short stroll or boat ride away from incredible shopping, dining and nightlife at Disney Springs®. Let the good times roll!

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Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Nestled between Disney’s Lake Buena Vista Golf Course and a shimmering lake, this Victorian-style resort is modeled after historic Saratoga Springs — a late-1800s New York retreat famous for its spas and horse racing. In addition to fun nods to favorite Disney animated horses, Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa features two exciting pools, a serene spa and fitness center, refreshing dining options, and a wealth of outdoor fun, including surrey bike rentals, fishing, tennis and golf. Grab dinner at onsite eateries like The Turf Club Bar & Grill or The Artist’s Palette, or take a complimentary water taxi to Disney Springs for even more dining, shopping and nightlife.

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For a truly unique getaway, spend the night 10 feet off the ground at Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa. Nestled among the trees on the banks of the Sassagoula River, the treehouse villas feature three bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious balcony and room for nine adults.

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DISNEY’S OLD KEY WEST Resort (©Disney)

Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Experience the beauty and romance of the Florida Keys — without the seven-hour drive — at Disney’s Old Key West Resort. Just a short boat ride from Disney Springs, the pastel-hued resort features laid-back dining options, a general store, outdoor activities and four pools, including a Sandcastle Pool with a sandy white beach, dry sauna and giant castle waterslide.

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Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside & Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter

Nestled on the banks of the Sassagoula River, Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside & Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter evoke the beauty and charm of the South. Discover stately white-column mansions and quaint bayou cottages at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside, or head to Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter for colorful New Orleans-inspired sights, sounds and flavors. With a Mardi Gras-themed pool, Cajun and Creole specialties, old-fashioned carriage rides, and royal guest rooms featuring Princess Tiana, these romantic sister resorts are not to be missed.

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