If you’re planning to spend a lot of time in your hotel room, bringing a large group, or just want some extra space to spread out, the size of your hotel room at Walt Disney World can make or break your vacation.
The Disney Resort categories can help decipher which rooms might provide you with more space, with Value Resorts being the least spacious and Deluxe Resorts being the most. But how do you choose between them all? And what if you want something even bigger? Well, some of them will cost you a pretty penny, but we’re covering where you’ll find the largest hotel rooms for your Disney World vacation! Let’s dig in!
Here’s Where to Find the BIGGEST Hotel Rooms in Disney World!
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is one of the Deluxe Resorts on property and is located on the Magic Kingdom monorail line. If you’re willing to shell out some big bucks then you can stay in a hotel room that is larger than most apartments (and even many houses) at 2,200 (!!) square feet. These rooms are located in the main building of the Grand Floridian and are available for those staying Club Level. So you’ll get a big room and quite a few exclusive amenities, too.
If Club Level isn’t your preference, the Grand Floridian is also where you can find the largest standard rooms at a little over 440 square feet.
Keep in mind that you’ll be paying for that larger standard room; this hotel tends to run upwards of $500 per night. But if you plan to spend a lot of time at the resort, then this might be worth the money!
Disney Vacation Club 2-Bedroom Villas at Old Key West Resort
If you’re a Disney Vacation Club member (or if you’ve rented DVC), then you’re probably already used to larger rooms that have a kitchen and more space to spread out. But, not all Disney Vacation Club rooms are created equally. The 2-Bedroom Villas at Disney’s Old Key West Resort boast two full bedrooms with bathrooms, a big kitchen, laundry facilities in-house, and a large living room.
Plus, because this was the first Disney Vacation Club property, the rooms are a lot larger than others. Also because of their age, they tend to be a bit more affordable.
Treehouses at Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
If you’re looking for a big hotel room because you’re planning on bringing a large group with you to Disney World, then the Treehouses at Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa are worth checking out. These are literal treehouses located on the Sassagoula River and feature three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a living room.
Thanks to all the space, you can sleep up to nine people in these. Plus, they offer a more secluded feel though you still have easy access to all the Disney World amenities and transportation.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
Are you still thinking about Club Level from when we talked about it earlier? Well, there’s another hotel that boasts a giant Presidential Suite: Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The King Kamehameha Suite is located here, and it is so big that it is 2 stories high!
It features a king bed, two queen beds, a queen pull-out bed, plus a living room, dining, room, and kitchen. To stay here, you’ll certainly be paying out some big bucks, but you’ll have access to all the Club Level amenities like free snacks in the lounge, a dedicated Cast Member for your stay, and more.
The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
If you’re willing to stay somewhere without all the glitz and glamor and “rough it,” the Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort feature a lot of space for an affordable price. And when we say cabins, we really mean it! They actually are log cabins!
These feature a full kitchen and living room (with a pull-out bed), a bedroom with a queen bed, and bunk beds for the kiddos. Plus, you’ll be close to all the unique activities at Fort Wilderness like horseback riding, archery, and canoeing!
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort
For those looking for a standard hotel room with the most space at a relatively affordable price, Disney’s Art of Animation Resort offers a large selection of family suites. These feature a master bedroom with a queen bed, a living area with a double-sized table bed, a double-sized pull-out sofa, and a kitchenette.
Plus, the unique part of staying at this hotel is the theming. The three sections that feature family suites are themed after Disney’s The Lion King, Finding Nemo, and Cars. And you’ll find the largest Resort pool here as well!
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is another Value Resort option that has select family suites available. These are a little different from those at Art of Animation but still offer more space than other affordable options. The two-room suite has a queen bed in one room and two pull-down murphy-style beds in the main room.
All-Star Music has not yet reopened to guests, but when it does open, the family suites are a great option.
As you can see, if space in your hotel room is a priority, then you have quite a few different options when you’re visiting Walt Disney World! Some rooms are certainly more expensive than others, but you’ll likely find something that fits your space and price needs to make the most of your Disney vacation.
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