Disney World Announces NEW Hotel Discounts For 2022!

Are you planning a 2022 Disney World vacation? Well, there are a few ways to save!

Magic Kingdom

Right now, Disney is offering hotel savings for both Florida Residents and Annual Passholders for stays through early March. And, soon all guests will be able to get in on the deals too, as Disney just announced NEW Spring 2022 hotel discounts!

According to Disney’s website, guests who choose to stay at select Disney World hotels between March 6th through July 7th, 2022 can save up to $100 per night! So, depending on how long you’re planning to stay, you can save upwards of $500.

You can save on stays at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

The offer includes savings of $100 per night on stays most nights between March 6th to July 7th, 2022 at the following Disney Deluxe and Moderate Resort hotels:

  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
  • Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
  • Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
  • Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
  • Disney’s Old Key West Resort
  • Disney’s Riviera Resort
  • Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
  • Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Plus, guests can save $40 per night on stays most nights at these Disney Moderate and Value Resort hotels:

  • The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
  • Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – Family Suites
  • Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
  • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter
  • Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside
Coronado Springs Resort

And, even more Value Resorts are included in the deal with the opportunity to save $20 per night on stays most nights at:

  • Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
  • Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
  • Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort – reopening March 31st, 2022
  • Disney’s Pop Century Resort
Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort

Keep in mind that you must book a stay anywhere between 1-14 nights long and the offer excludes 3-bedroom villas, The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort, and Disney’s Art of Animation Resort — Little Mermaid Standard Rooms.

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort — Riverside

If you already have your Disney World hotel stay booked during these dates, there’s still a chance to add these savings on — just contact Disney or rebook your stay using the discount. And, if you’d like some help booking your trip, we recommend MEI Travel for all your Disney vacation planning! You can learn more about MEI Travel by clicking here.

Of course, we’ll continue to keep our eyes out for more Disney deals and updates so stay tuned!

Check out more ways to save on your 2022 Disney World Vacation here!

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13 Replies to “Disney World Announces NEW Hotel Discounts For 2022!”

  1. This promotion blows. Congratulations to All Ears for giving more information regard exclusions than the Disney Company website. Their website only listed villas being excluded and Art of Animation Mermaid rooms. The live chat castmember on the Disney site did not know which resorts were eligible. I spent over 2 hours on hold waiting to speak to a cast member only to find out our vacation was not eligible. $50/night for moderate is not enough. $20/night on a value is laughable. That covers parking because no one is picking you up at the airport. Disney is unbelievably cheap. After we go in 2022, it might be a while before we return.

  2. After just returning from our Disney trip, I find this amusing. The price increases along with having to pay to park your car in the hotel lots is hysterical!

  3. How nice , we scheduled a Disney trip last March for this January 3022, actually here right now at that time several of the resorts listed where already booked out 6 months so lucky people who you saved x amount of rooms open to save those of us who are paying premium fees to accommodate rather see it fate all around or pass on their savings to us somehow someway and we all save

  4. This is so sad. Disney has priced the average person right out of “The World”- I cannot help but think how disappointed Walt would be at the “evolution” of Disney World. I am sure this is not what he has envisioned. So much of the “magic” is gone. I miss Disney the way it used to be- the “magical”, “happiest place on earth!” When the average American (and those from all over the world too) could afford to take their family there and create beautiful memories. They have ruined all the magic- so sad-

    1. I get the same feeling that you have. We have a dvc membership that we have had since 2002 but we are considering selling it because it is getting to be too rich for blood.

    2. People complained in the early 60’s that Disneyland was too “expensive” and tickets were under $5.00 per person. Same complainers will shell out $75 plus for a 2 hour concert, $150 for an NFL game, $100.00 for a Valentines Day dinner. You can buy a 5 day disney ticket for $94 a day or a 10 day for $55.00 per day. And by day I mean 8 plus hours. All relative when you break it down. Stay outside the park and save a bundle. Load your rental with groceries and save again. We do it that way all the time. Only thing we eat in park is such at the QS locations and maybe a snack, usually fruit

  5. Discount the room the raise the price of the tickets or food. And Disney will add free maid service for only $75 A NITE.

  6. There are absolutely no rooms available for when I’m going in March! At any of the resorts. And it’s been this way for weeks-even before today’s special offer. Boo! (Makes me afraid I’m going during a really busy time!!!)

  7. I guess reservations are off without Magic Express MCO bus service, extra magic evening hours for deluxe resorts only, parking fees and the ever popular Disney Genie+.

    1. We booked a deluxe to get extra hours. During our vacation, we get one night at EPCOT. Wow. We paid an extra $3k to have 3 hours at Epcot will probably spend that in the Rat ride line. Outrageous!!!

  8. I wonder why there were no discounts for January and February. Only options that ever came available are for annual pass holders and veterans. And, annual pass sales are frozen… Oooof…

    Hopefully all these price increases will whittle down attendance to the point that prices will have to drop for a change.