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Where to Stay

There are plenty of options when choosing where to stay for your Walt Disney World vacation.   Do you want to stay on or off property?  If you choose on property what kind of resort experience and price point should you be looking at? Disney has everything from basic Value Resorts, that are a good place to stay if you are going to spend all your time at the parks and just need a place to sleep, to the cream of the crop Deluxe Resorts that are each a destination in their own right. In each of the sections below we’ll cover what you can expect at resorts in each category, and some general information that applies to all of the Disney resorts.


Lobby at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge

Every Disney resort is just that, a resort. From value to moderate to deluxe, each Disney resort offers outstanding service, quality amenities, and some magical extras that you will only get by staying on Disney property. We have a quick look at the perks of staying on site here. For a more detailed look

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Disney's Pop Century Resort

While they may be called value, you should not expect a budget motel when you arrive at a Disney Value Resort. You may not find the same lavish dining and grand entrance halls of the Deluxe Resorts, the Value Resorts provide a comfortable, clean, and fun place to call home while visiting the parks. Read More


Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort 

Disney’s Moderate Resorts aim to hit that sweet spot between budget friendly and lavishly expensive, providing immersive theming, multiple dining options, larger rooms, and a slide at the main pool. Moderate Resorts are a great way to feel a little more upscale while still keeping budget in mind. Read More


Disney's Riviera Resort 

For guests staying at Disney's Deluxe Resorts and Deluxe Villa Resorts, you can expect a caliber of service and amenities that is what Disney is known worldwide for. Between the incredible theming, multiple room size options, four and five star dining locations, and the multitude of additional amenities, these resorts are destinations all by themselves Read More


Holiday Inn Orange Lake Resort

For many families staying off property works better for their budget, vacationing style, and/or family size. There are dozens of high quality hotels not owned by Disney, both near and on Disney property that are great options. Additionally, with the era of AirBnB and VRBO, there are full size houses with all the comforts of home available to rent just a hop skip and a jump from all the Disney fun. 

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Universal Studios Orlando

Universal Studios has their own resorts for people looking to stay close to the action. In addition to some fun family friendly theming, and great service, guests of Universal Resorts get early entry into the parks, which means early access to some of their most popular rides.

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