Disney World CHANGES Policy for Overnight Parking at Hotels

There have been some major announcements for Walt Disney World.

Cinderella Castle

Not only did we get an opening date for the TRON coaster, but we also got news on the return of Happily Ever After and EPCOT Forever. And now, we have more major news from the theme parks, with a change going into effect at the hotels.

Starting January 10th, 2023, hotel guests at Disney World hotels will receive complimentary overnight self-parking.

Disney’s Riviera Resort

This marks a major shift from the previous policy when overnight self-parking was $15 per vehicle, per night at Value Resorts, $20 at Moderate Resorts, and $25 at Deluxe Resorts.

Art of Animation

Along with this new change, Disney announced a plethora of other updates today. Included among those is the news that attraction downloads will now be included when you purchase the Genie+ service at the parks.

Lightning Lane in Disney World

Additionally, Passholders will begin to be able to visit the theme parks after 2PM without a Park Pass reservation beginning in the next few months. This will exclude weekend days at Magic Kingdom (when you will still need a Park Pass), and blockout dates will still apply.

Magic Kingdom

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7 Replies to “Disney World CHANGES Policy for Overnight Parking at Hotels”

  1. Raising the cost of staying at Disney Resorts and then add parking fees, like the off property resorts, really boosts
    the profits. Then, discontinue the parking fees so that you look like you’re giving your customers a present!
    But, you’re still left with those great profit boosting high resort fees. What a deal!

  2. Certainly among the more embarrassing of a slate of shameless moves over the past five years or so. Would be nice to overextend the original magic to the fan base by making many more moves to reinvigorate what was once the most uniquely fulfilling experience on the planet.

  3. it was about time that this policy changed!! would also like to see park pass reservations done away with. genie plus done away with. and ticket prices lowered. take the bold step and cut more prices and make it easier to visit walt disney world and just wait and see how people will react

    1. Slow down…cutting parking fees is an attempt to compete with offsite accommodations to make it more attractive to stay on property. There is no offsite competition for the parks; you’re either at a disney park or you aren’t. “Take the bold step” and cut genieplus and lower ticket prices for already full parks? That’s a silly statement.