Saving money when visiting to Walt Disney World might seem to be a contradiction, but with some planning and preparation, you can have an enjoyable trip to Florida without running up a huge bill.
The Walt Disney World Resort is absolutely huge, with an area of almost 50 square miles near Orlando, Florida. There are four gigantic theme areas, Epcot, MGM Studios, the Animal Kingdom, and the Magic Kingdom. With so many things to see, visitors almost always spend at least a week just to take it all in. Disney World has built more than 14 hotels just to take care of everyone visiting the parks.
Fortunately, Disney recognizes that folks are searching for different options when visiting the area. For this reason, they have hotels that fit every budget. Hotels are separated into Value, Moderate, and Deluxe levels. Value is sort of the Walt Disney way of saying inexpensive, but visitors won’t be let down, as the Disney Value hotels are clean and comfortable. Moderate hotels are definitely nicer, promising bigger living areas and sit down dining on the property.
Deluxe resorts at Disney World are top-of-the-line accommodations built to satisfy and pamper any tourist. Many of the resorts such as the Contemporary Resort and Polynesian are along the monorail, so you can simply travel to Epcot without having a car or riding a bus. Rooms are much bigger, and the Disney World environment is of course magical.
So how do you decide which resort to stay at? Well would you rather spend your hard earned cash on gifts or pamper your family with the best, after all you are on holiday? Value options like the Disney Pop Century Hotel can cost somewhere from $80 to $120 a night, while top end Resorts start from $200 and go higher from there. As you can tell, if you multiply that by 5 to 9 nights, you could end up spending hundreds more just for a nicer place.
The choice is yours, but whatever you pick, tourists can be sure Disney World employees will work hard to make sure you and your family have a good visit on your trip away from home.