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On-Site Disney World Resorts – pros and cons of each

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On-Site Disney World Resorts – pros and cons of each

Overwhelmed by choices and not sure where to stay for your Walt Disney World trip?

Choosing the right resort for your budget and interests is important to having a successful vacation.

To help you with that decision, here’s a breakdown of every Disney World resort, including the pros and cons of each, room views available, bed size, and the number of people allowed.

Resort Closures

At this time, every resort is open at Walt Disney World, except for one — Disney’s All-Star Sports.

The Value Resort is set to reopen on March 31, 2022. Reservations can be made now.

This means that come March 31, all Walt Disney World Resort hotels will be operating for the first time since 2020.

The resorts that are open continue to offer guests magical Disney theming and atmosphere. And, of course, there are a range of options when it comes to booking a Walt Disney World Resort hotel.

It might be tough to decide where to stay, but that’s where we come in! Keep reading for more details about every resort on Walt Disney World property.

Learn more about what is currently open at the Walt Disney World Resorts.

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Having trouble deciding which one is best for you? Have an experienced travel agent help you out. Just fill out the quote request form to get started.

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Thursday 27th of September 2018

Traveling early March 2019 - my husband and daughters first trip to WDW. We are looking for suggestions on a resort that has the quickest and most accessible to the parks. Is there anything comparable to Disneyland's Grand Californian, where you essentially walk out of the hotel right into Adventure Land.

Monica Quintero

Tuesday 15th of May 2018

Hello. i recently changed my reservations for us to stay at AKL Jambo house but just found out they will be doing Uzima pool refurbishments while we are there. Will it look ugly to be walking around and seeing the construction. they say they'll have golf carts to take us to kidani pools. but do you think this will be too much hassle and i should change resorts? Thanks.


Saturday 20th of January 2018

Hi! I'm considering taking three friends (two of which have never been to Disney) on a trip to Disney World this summer. Does anyone have any resort suggestions for four 18 year olds?


Saturday 20th of January 2018

I don't see the Dolphin and Swan hotel listed? Is that not an official disney hotel?


Saturday 6th of January 2018

Hi, I am a single mom taking my 10 and 8 year old girls to Disney this year for the first time ever for all of us. I want to make this trip the best experience ever for them. They have never been to the beach either so I want to do that as well. I have a budget of around $5000 for atleast the three of us for 7 days. My dates are somewhat flexible but I am wanting to go at a less busy time later this year. I live in Tennessee so I have the option to drive or fly. Have not decided which yet. The idea of driving around down there scares me a little. I have been doing some research online and planning this trip is very overwhelming for a first timer with a gazillion options. HELP!!! Any suggestions and advice is very much appreciated.