We’re sure you know about the standard hotel digs at places like Disney’s Pop Century Resort or Disney’s Contemporary Resort, but there are some unique rooms in Disney World that tend to fly under the radar!
Before you decide where to rest your head between park close and rope drop, we’re here to tell you all about these awesome places!
Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
The Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa are just what they sound like — treehouses! These villas are elevated off the ground, and the surrounding woods make you feel like you could be neighbors with Chip and Dale.
They’re newer versions of the original octagonal treehouse villas that were at Walt Disney World from 1975 to 2002. Disney Imagineers were able to reduce encroachment on the surrounding wetlands by 70% for each home site when building these new eight-sided villas.
The Villas each have two queen beds, a bunk bed, a twin-size sleeper chair, and a queen-size sleeper sofa. Overall, they comfortably sleep nine people. They also have a full kitchen, two bathrooms, and a deck to hang out on and enjoy nature! Prices range from $927-$1749 per night.
The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
Remember Lincoln Log cabins we used to build when we were kids? Imagine staying inside of one! The Cabins at Fort Wilderness give the ultimate camping vibes without actually camping. Plus, they’re just adorable.
They sleep up to six people, with a queen bed, a bunk bed, and a double size sleeper sofa. Rates for the cabins range from around $400-$600 per night.
Copper Creek Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Looking for a cabin that’s a bit more luxurious? Look no further! The Copper Creek Cabins at Wilderness Lodge are super luxe. They have HUGE screened in porches that come complete with your very own hot tub.
They sleep up to eight people with a king bed, queen bed, queen-size sleeper sofa, single pull down bed, and a twin-size sleeper chair.
All of the cabins have full kitchens and are located on the water of Bay Lake. Cabins range from $2,089-$3,972 per night.
Animal Kingdom Grand Villas – Kidani Village & Jambo House
Over at Animal Kingdom Lodge, you’ll find two separate areas that are a part of the Disney Vacation Club — Kidani Village and Jambo House. Both are home to various accommodations, but we want to talk about the grand villas!
The grand villas in both areas are basically like a three-bedroom house. They sleep up to 12 people with a king bed, four queen beds, and a queen-size sleeper sofa. They’re also two stories!
These three-bedroom villas cost between $2,500-$3,000 per night on average, but can be more or less depending on the resort and time of year.
Royal Asante Presidential Suite at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
This suite is located inside Jambo House at Animal Kingdom Lodge and comes with views of the Savannah so you can see the animals!
Disney says this suite only has two queen beds but sleeps six people, so there must be a pull-out sofa somewhere in the giant suite!
The suite starts around $2,400 a night.
The Polynesian Villa Bora Bora Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
The bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort are one of the most unique offerings at Disney World. Mainly because the entire bungalow sits over the water of Seven Seas Lagoon!
These bungalows sleep eight people with a king bed, queen bed, queen-size sleeper sofa, and two single pull down beds. It has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a full kitchen, and a private deck with your very own plunge pool.
Plus, you get some pretty awesome views of Magic Kingdom, including the fireworks! Room rates here are between $2,744-$4,976 per night.
Princess Diana Suite at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
Okay, so it’s not officially the Princess Diana Suite, but that’s what many people refer to it as because the late royal actually stayed here with Prince Harry and Prince William in 1993!
They were visiting Disney World for a few days and obviously needed a suite for their whole crew, which is why this suite that sleeps 12 people was perfect. It has a king bed, four queen beds, and a queen-size sleeper sofa.
These three-bedroom villas cost somewhere between $2,500-$3,000 per night on average, but can be more or less depending on the time of year.
Garden Suites at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
The Garden Suites at Disney’s BoardWalk Inn aren’t very well known among most Disney guests. They were designed for honeymooners and feature a lofted bed area. Most have private courtyards!
The private courtyards are separated by white picket fences and are being grown into manicured rose gardens. You also will have views of the surrounding water!
There’s a king bed up in the loft and a sectional couch on the first floor. The rates for these rooms range from $925 – $1,464 per night.
Royal Guest Rooms at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
These Royal Guest Rooms are fit for all princesses and princes! They will make you feel like you’re staying in a castle because of all the magical details.
There are Disney Princesses featured in the rooms, but the best part is that the beds have some extra pixie dust! The headboards light up with fireworks, so even if you miss Happily Ever After, you still get a show.
These rooms at Port Orleans – Riverside go for $304-$471 per night depending on the view you choose.
Pirate Rooms – Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort
Moving on to Caribbean Beach Resort, you’ll find pirates, of course! What other theme would you expect? These rooms have a ton of nautical touches to get you ready to set sail.
The beds even look like pirate ships!
The rates for these rooms range from $315-$505 per night depending on the view and time of year.
Have you ever stayed in any of these rooms? Let us know in the comments!