Walt Disney World Hotels
There are three price ranges for Walt Disney World hotels - value, moderate, & deluxe. There are pros and cons to each class. If you are going to be spending very little time at your hotel then a value hotel will likely do what you need for under $100 a night. But if you'd like to return and enjoy some of the amenities that the moderate or deluxe offer you'll be looking at $100 and up per night.
There are plenty of Walt Disney World hotels for every budget so the first thing you need to do is decide just what your budget is. You should also decide if there is one theme park that you plan to be spending the most time at. There are hotels around all four theme parks and there are also hotels throughout downtown Disney. If you plan to spend equal time at each theme park then area doesn't really matter but if you have a favorite you can save time staying in that area.
You should also decide if you are willing to ride the monorail, take a complimentary bus, or use other transportation options. Buses can be a bit of a challenge with young children and strollers. The monorail ride itself is almost like a ride but you do pay more for Walt Disney World hotels along it.
Don't know which of the hotels to choose? The questions above will help you find hotels within your budget and here are just a few of the best bets for Walt Disney World hotels.
At a rate of around $300 a night this is known as Disney World's most luxurious hotel and you certainly won't be disappointed with this beautiful water front location with a view of Cinderella's castle in the Magic Kingdom.
Disney's Polynesian Resort
This lush tropical grounds and white sandy beaches will take your breath away. This is an excellent family choice and the monorail runs past. Rates start at around $200 a night.
Disney Pop Century Resort
This is one of the newer value hotels based on the pop culture and it's very affordable at around $55 a night.
If you've always dreamed about an African adventure this is the next best thing complete with an African savannah with zebras, giraffes, and kudus. Rates are around $200 a night. It's like having a second vacation.
Disney Boardwalk Inn
This charming inn is walking distance from the Epcot center and it connects to the Boardwalk entertainment district complete with night clubs, restaurants, ice cream and candy shops, and midway games. Something for everyone.
When it comes to choosing Walt Disney hotels there's something for all budgets and there really is no right or wrong answer because it all depends on what it is you want out of your hotel and your budget. Just as long as it's a magical experience from start to finish you've made the right choice.
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