The Most Expensive Hotel Rooms in Disney World

There are a lot of different Disney World Resort hotels to choose from when you’re planning your vacation.

Disney’s Beach Club

And, depending on what type of hotel accommodations you’re looking for, you might stumble upon some rooms that will cost you a pretty penny per night. So, whether you’re willing to pay the extra price, or you’re just curious how much Disney is willing to charge for a hotel room, we’re covering the most expensive rooms you’ll find in Disney World!

These are the six most expensive hotel rooms in Disney World!

Treehouse Villas at Saratoga Springs

Have you ever dreamed of staying in a treehouse? Well, you can make it happen at Disney World! The Treehouse Villas are located at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa and can make you feel like you’re far, far away from all the hustle and bustle.

Saratoga Springs Resort Treehouse Villa
Treehouse Villa at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa

Located in a wood-like area on the Sassagoula River, these treehouses sleep up to 9 people with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living/dining/kitchen area, and a porch.

Inside the Treehouse Villas ©Disney

But, the rustic vibes and giant space come at a price — the Treehouse Villas range in price from $927-$1749 per night, so you might need 9 friends to chip in if you’re going to make this one sound affordable.

Presidential and VP Suites

The next most expensive room at Disney World is actually rooms (well suites) and can be found at many Deluxe Resorts — the Presidential and VP Suites. These will give you that traditional hotel room stay experience but you’ll have a LOT more room to spare (some of them are as big as a house!).

Presidential Suite at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort ©Disney

The average price for these suites is about $2,000 per night, but you can find some priced MUCH higher (like those at Disney’s Contemporary Resort, which cost up to $2,800 per night, and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, which start at $2,400 per night).

The Polynesian Villa Bora Bora Bungalows

We’re starting to really get up there in pricing now and for this one, we’re headed over to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. This hotel is already pretty pricey as it is, but you can tack on some extra cost to forego a stay in any of the main buildings and stay in a Bora Bora Bungalow on the Seven Seas Lagoon.

Polynesian Village Bungalows

These “rooms” are priced between $2,744 to $4,976 a night depending on when you’re planning your visit and sleep up to 8 people. They feature 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living/dining/kitchen area, and a private back deck with a plunge pool. Plus, they’ve got a great view of Magic Kingdom and fireworks when they’re happening.

The Cabins at Copper Creek Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, you can find another expensive hotel room in the Disney Vacation Club portion of the hotel. The Cascade Cabins include 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a GIANT living/dining/kitchen area, a private screened porch with hot tub, and enough space to house up to 8 people.

©Disney

But, a room with a hot tub doesn’t come cheap — the lowest price you can stay in these is $2,089 per night, with the highest pricing costing $3,972 per night.

3 Bedroom Grand Villas

Another room type that you’ll be paying the cost for all the extra space is the 3 Bedroom Grand Villas that are part of select Disney Vacation Club properties in Disney World. These rooms can sleep up to 12 (!!) people and generally feature 3 bedrooms, at least 3 bathrooms, a full-sized kitchen, living/dining area, and balcony.

3 Bedroom Grand Villa at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort ©Disney

Depending on which resort you’re looking to stay in and what dates you’re planning your trip for, these villas can cost somewhere between $2,500 to $3,000 on average with some costing even more (or less).

Cinderella Castle Suite

And, ringing in at the top of our most expensive rooms at Disney World list is a room that you actually can’t pay to stay in — the Cinderella Castle Suite. This room is situated inside of Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom and you actually have to be invited or win a contest to be able to stay a night.

©Disney

But, you can pay to tour the space that accommodates up to 6 people, has a “magic mirror” TV, stained glass windows, an antique limestone fireplace, and a Jacuzzi tub — it’ll just cost you $12,000 as an add on to the World of Dreams Tour. So, this may be the most expensive room in Disney World that you can’t actually stay in!

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So, does your wallet hurt a little after all that? You can learn more about the most expensive Disney World hotels and their pros and cons in our video below!

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