Choosing a Disney World Value Resort can be a great way to save money and visit Disney World at the same time. Find out what you can expect at a Disney World Value Resort!
You have heard of people staying in a value resort at Disney…..
….but what does that mean?
There are exactly 34 resorts and hotels on Disney property. Almost all of the resorts are owned and operated by Disney World itself. There are actually only 6 resorts or hotels not operated by the brand. So, when looking at a budget resort, on the campus of Walt Disney World, you may be wondering what this means.
Budget resorts are just what they sound like
Disney even markets some of their resorts as budget resorts. Budget resorts mean they’re for people who want to stay at Walt Disney World, but don’t want to pay a lot of money.
Don’t be fooled though!
You will still be paying money, just not as much!
There are 4 top budget resorts that many people find themselves staying at.
- Disney’s Pop Century Resort
- Disney’s All Star Resorts
- Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
- Disney’s Port Orleans Resort
The amenities are still there
What is means when you’re staying at a budget resort at Disney World is that you still get amenities. Everything may not be as “new” as the newest resorts, but Disney still takes really good care of their properties. You will find that there are eating accomodations, pools, laundry rooms, bathrooms, shuttles, and everything you’d find at even their top resorts.
Budget resorts have lower rates than other Disney resorts
If you really don’t have high expectations for your sleeping quarters, than just know that budget resorts really are a good price. You’re paying less, but you still get access to some great stuff. For example, you get access to the Extra Magic Hours and even the Disney Transportation System.
Mousekeeping is also included, so you know your room will be tidied up, ready for your kids to mess it up again. Lower rates, but you still get access to the same great features everyone else does.
Don’t worry about the label
Staying at a budget resort doesn’t mean everyone else labels you at “being poor.”
It’s awesome that Disney World recognizes that there are people who appreciate a good deal and know that they can afford Disney World in some way shape or form.
If you’re thinking about Disney World, but want to stay on a budget, their budget resorts may be for you. You’re not lacking in anything, while staying at one of these resorts. Instead, you’re just paying a smaller nightly rate!