Resorts

The first and most important part of your vacation is selecting your Disney resort. Head over to the Disney World site and check which resort you’d like to book. There are 30+ resorts, each with a different theme to them. Resorts are divided into several categories; to keep it simple, we’ll discuss the three major categories: Value, Moderate, and Deluxe.

These categories divide resorts by the amenities they provide. Value resorts are the most inexpensive resorts to book, but they have the fewest amenities: typically limited to a pool, arcade, and a fast food restaurant. Moderate resorts have all of the above, plus include a water slide for the pool, a sit down restaurant (or multiple restaurants/bars) , and the rooms are typically larger or offer other amenities such as a second sink in the bathroom.

Deluxe resorts are the best Disney has to offer – the rooms are larger, with thick luxurious carpet. Lots of little things are added: USB charge ports embedded in the desk, comfortable chairs, additional storage space, better views, etc. Deluxe resorts also have upscale restaurants with wider varieties of food, multiple pools, and other resort amenities such as tennis, fishing, boat rental, and so forth.

Everyone who stays at a Disney resort (regardless of category) gets some basic privileges:

  1. Disney Magical Express – bus service from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to your Disney resort, and back to the airport
  2. Advance Dining Reservations – otherwise known as an ADR, you can book dining reservations starting 60 days before your resort check in

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