Today's episode deciphers the Disney resorts.What is the difference between all the resorts?
The benefits of staying at a Disney resort are: early access to dining reservations and Fast Pass+ reservations, access to Disney transportation, free transfer to and from the airport on the Disney Magical Express, free parking, and access to the Disney Dining Plan.
Today's episode breaks down the six main categories of resorts:
Value - The Value resorts offer rooms with 2 double beds or one king bed. The standard rooms have exterior hallways - the rooms open up to the outside. The resorts have quick service dining options. The pools are themed, but do not have slides.
Value Family Suites - The family suites are basically two value rooms put together. One room has a bathroom and a queen bed. The other room has a bathroom, a double sleeper sofa and a double Murphy bed.
Moderate - The Moderate resorts offer rooms with 2 queen beds, king beds, trundle beds, and pull down bunks. They have exterior hallways - the rooms open up to the outside. Resorts have quick service and table service dining options. The pools have slides.
Deluxe - The Deluxe resorts offers rooms with a variety of room configurations - 2 queen beds, king beds, bunk beds, trundle beds, and suites. They have interior hallways - the rooms open to a hallway. Resorts have quick service and table service dining options. Select resorts offer a supervised kids’ club.
Villas - These are condo-type accommodations: studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms and three bedrooms. The Villas have access to the amenities at the nearby resorts.
Fort Wilderness Campground - The Fort Wilderness campgrounds offers tent camping, RV spaces, and cabins.
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