Not all Disney World vacations are the same, and not all Disney World Resort hotel rooms are created equal! Depending on what type of room you stay in, your vacation budget can go wildly up in price!
If you’ve ever felt the urge to “go big or go home” when it comes to picking your Disney World hotel room type, we totally understand!
That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most expensive rooms you can find at each of the Disney World hotels!
The Value Resorts
In general, you’ll only find standard rooms along with select family suites at Disney World’s Value resorts. Across all three All Star Resorts (Music, Movies, and Sports), the most expensive rooms you’ll find are the Family Suites at All Star Music. These room accommodate up to six guests as opposed to four, hence the higher price tag.
Similarly, the most expensive rooms you’ll find at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort are their family suites, too. You’ll find family suites in the Finding Nemo, Lion King, and Cars buildings.
Over at Disney’s Pop Century Resort, you won’t find any family suites, but you will find their Preferred Pool View rooms to come with the highest per-night cost.
The Moderate Resorts
As we move up from Value to Moderate resorts, we’ll see that the higher price per night is reflected in more than just preferred views or slightly larger family suites! For example, the top rooms at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — French Quarter and — Riverside are the Royal Guest Rooms! Themed after Princess and the Frog with additional princess details, these rooms are fit for any little royals!
The most expensive rooms at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort may also be the most fun! For the highest cost per night, check out the Pirate Rooms, specifically the ones with Water Views!
Finally, the Gran Destino Tower Presidential Suite at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort easily tops the most expensive room at that hotel — and the most expensive room we’ve mentioned thus far!
The Deluxe Resorts
As you’ll quickly see, the most expensive rooms at the Disney World Deluxe resorts are by far the most extravagant, pulling out all the stops for your vacation dollars. We’re going to start at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, where you’ll want to check out their 2-Bedroom Suites and rooms with Theme Park views. Their Villas offer 3-Bedroom Villas for a high cost as well.
Over at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, their King Kamehameha Suite is where you’ll want to stay if you’re on the hunt for the most expensive room! Their Disney Vacation Club Villas are where you’ll find the Bungalows, which offers some of the most luxurious accommodations for the highest price (we’re talking thousands of dollars per night).
The third Monorail hotel, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, also offers Theme Park Views in many of their rooms. But you’ll want to check out their Theme Park View Presidential Suite for the ultimate stay.
Over at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, the priciest room per night on the “non-DVC” side of the hotel is going to be the Nature Fireworks View with a King Bed! For an even more luxurious stay, the Copper Creek and Boulder Ridge Villas offer 3- and 2-Bedroom Villas, respectively. Not to mention the Cabins at Boulder Ridge! Those will be your best bet if you’re looking to spend top dollar!
Switching gears and heading over to the EPCOT area resorts, you have a few options for expensive accommodations! Disney’s Yacht Club Resort offers 2-Bedroom Suites, and Disney’s Beach Club Resort features their Newport Presidential Suite on the Club Level.
At Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, you’ll want to see if you can book their Senora VP Suite for the priciest stay per night.
Over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, many rooms offer views of their savanna. Those rooms will come at an extra cost, but for more money you can stay at a Savanna View King Bedroom on the resort’s Club Level. You may never want to leave your room!
At Disney’s Riviera Resort, be on the lookout for their 3-Bedroom Grand Villa when you book your ultimate room! It sleeps up to 12 adults and has stunning views of the lake!
Finally, both Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa and Disney’s Old Key West Resort offer 3-Bedroom Grand Villas that will cost more than the average cost per night. These go rather quickly, so be sure to grab one fast if you want to stay in one of these villas! The Treehouse Villas at Saratoga Springs are also rather pricey, but seeing as they sleep up to 9 adults, you can likely split the cost with your friends.
Hopefully this gave you an idea of what to look for when selecting a Disney World resort room! If you’re interested in the best rooms that your vacation money can buy, look for multi-room suites, villas, or rooms with preferred views. If you want to SAVE on your next vacation, avoid those features and opt for standard rooms!
Which Disney World resort is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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