Disney World Club Level Room Reservations Are Now Available!

Since Disney World reopened last summer, more and more attractions, restaurants, hotels, and services have returned.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Sign

Even though things like valet have returned to Disney World hotels, Club Level Service has been unavailable for quite some time. But today, reservations for Club Level rooms have officially opened!

Recently, Disney shared some news about the Club Level rooms and lounges returning with travel agents. While Club Level Lounges will be reopening soon at select Disney World hotels, reservations for Club Level rooms and suites are available starting today!

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort

Club Levels will follow physical distancing and face mask requirements, offer exclusive food and drink options, and add more personalized experiences for guests.

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Disney plans to have a phased reopening for Club Level Service and gave the following break-down.

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

The Club Levels at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, and Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort do not have a reopening date yet, but are expected to reopen at a later date.

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

If you want to stay in a Club Level room, be sure to book your reservation soon! When dates reopening dates are announced for the remaining Club Level hotels, we’ll let you know. In the meantime, stay tuned with All Ears for the latest Disney news!

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Have you ever stayed in a Club Level Room at Disney World? Let us know in the comments below!

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One Reply to “Disney World Club Level Room Reservations Are Now Available!”

  1. Can someone explain why this service isn’t coming back until the fall, though? I would think it would be one of the easiest for them to return back quickly (note: I have never stayed in a club level resort room, so I admit I don’t know what additional staff it requires and involves. I poor.) Because absent that explanation, this is making me think there isn’t a snap back to “normal” like we’ve all been expecting and (probably selfishly) wanting. This suggests the return to normal staffing to provide all the services guests have been accustomed may be more gradual and not complete until next season even. Am I reading too much into this? Yeah, probably.