Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels Offer “Holiday Sale Rates” Nov. 1 – Jan. 15

Thinking about going to Walt Disney World Resort in November or December to take in Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party or Epcot’s International Festival of the Holidays?

Totally Tomorrowland Christmas Show at the Magic Kingdom

There’s still time to make plans to see these and other Disney World happenings during the holiday season!  And the seven Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels are making it even easier by offering special “Holiday Sale Rates” for stays from November 1, 2018 – January 15, 2019.

  • B Resort & Spa – rates from $159 per room, per night
  • Best Western Lake Buena Vista – rates from $108 per room, per night
  • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando — rates from $149 per suite, per night
  • Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace – rates from $139 per room, per night
  • Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista – rates from $122 per room, per night
  • Holiday Inn Orlando – rates from $95 per room, per night
  • Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista – rates from $79 per room, per night.
Disney Springs Christmas Tree Trail

These seven hotels are within an easy walk to Disney Springs and provide shuttle transportation approximately every 30 minutes to all four Walt Disney World Theme Parks, two water parks, and at night to the Disney Springs area. Guests staying at these Official Walt Disney World Hotels enjoy two great benefits at the Disney World Theme Parks through 2019:  the Extra Magic Hours and 60-Day FastPass+ benefits, with valid theme park admission.

Plus, as a bonus, guests at these hotels also receive the “Disney Springs Passport” booklet that features discounts and specials from Disney Springs merchants on entertainment, shopping and dining. Among the coupons featured in the booklet are discounts and special offers at House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, T-REX Café, Rainforest Café at Disney Springs Marketplace, The Polite Pig and STK Orlando.

For more information on the special hotel rates, or to make a reservation, visit DisneySpringsHotels.com.

The special rates are available for stays November 1, 2018 – January 15, 2019, based on availability. Some blackout dates may apply, and availability may be limited. The rates do not include the Resort Services Fee or daily parking fee (if applicable), taxes or gratuities. The offer is not valid with any other special offers, promotions, existing reservations, or for groups.

Thinking of booking a holiday getaway to Walt Disney World or some other Disney destination? Consult the Disney experts at MouseFanTravel.com, AllEars.Net’s preferred travel provider!

Debra Martin Koma wrote about food, travel and lifestyle issues for a number of local and national publications before she fell in love with Walt Disney World on her first visit — when she was 34! She's returned to her Laughing Place more times than she can count in the ensuing years, and enthusiastically shares her passion with readers of AllEars.Net and AllEars®. Deb also co-authored (along with Deb Wills) PassPorter's Open Mouse for Walt Disney World and the Disney Cruise Line, a travel guide designed for all travelers to Walt Disney World who may require special attention, from special diets to mobility issues.

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  1. Between 1990 and 2014, we have stayed at each of the Disney Springs area hotels at least once (cant keep up with all of their name changes over the years). Even though they are all pretty much your average quality chain hotel with no Disney theming, you can’t beat the price and the location, within short walking distance to Disney Springs and about a block away from offsite restaurants and grocery stores. Also, I have always found the bus service to and from the parks less crowded, quicker and more reliable than that of the value resorts. These hotels might be the last best kept secret at WDW. I’m always surprised at how many people who are frequent visitors to WDW have never heard of them. Another cost saving perk of these hotels is that I don’t believe they charge for parking. I’m kinda amazed that they have lasted all these years. I would have thought that WDW would have run them off by now.