Disney Hotels :
The Different Choices You’ll Have When Choosing Lodging For Disney World
Executive Summary by John Brennan
As you plan your trip to the Orlando area, you’ll find that there is a plethora of lodging options available to you.
You’ll find Disney hotels, motels, condo rentals, single homes for rent, campsites, RV parks, and much more. For the ultimate in Disney experiences, however, you’ll want to book a stay at one of the popular Disney World hotels.
There are many reasons to choose Disney hotels for your Orlando vacation. Categorized in several different price levels, these hotels have been built to allow even budget-minded travelers to stay on the Disney premises.
The so-called Value Resorts offer the basic amenities and are a favorite for traveling families. Families will certainly be comfortable here, with clean and colorful rooms, pools, and food courts that are open long hours so that guests can grab a quick meal or snack just about any time of the day. Rates start at around $79 a night during the Value Season.
Disney’s Moderate Resorts are a step above the Value Resorts, and Disney World hotels is this category offers whimsically decorated rooms, themed pools with slides, water sports, and sit-down restaurants. They tend to be quieter and less crowded than the Value Resorts and are perfect for either families or individuals. One of the ultimate Disney World hotels can be found in the Luxury Resorts category. Expect to pay in excess of $200 per night for any Disney World hotel in this category.
What is the Real Value Hotel at Disney?
Executive Summary by Scott Bianchi
The three hotels on the monorail at Disney World in Orlando are the Contemporary, the Polynesian, and the Grand Floridian. These Disney Hotels also happen to be three of the more highly priced hotels that Disney offers. The Grand Floridian is the most expensive of all Disney hotels. There are some other high end hotels offered by Disney that are pricey as well but the monorail usually commands premium rates. The reason for this is the convenience of staying on the monorail.
Also, if you think about it, you are not spending much time in the hotel because you are at the parks, or by the pool, or out eating someplace. You can save a lot of money on the trip by going with a cheaper hotel.
All Disney hotels are clean and give good service. You cannot go wrong with any of them. If you are looking for the best value for your family vacation I feel the moderate or value level hotels are the best option.