Figuring out where to stay on your Disney World vacation can feel like such a confusing decision.
Staying at a Disney resort is pricey, but can offer some great perks, whereas staying off-property can save you some big money but make getting to the parks a little more difficult. If you’re looking into some off-property options, you may want to make a reservation at these two new hotels!
You can now make reservations at two nearby hotels near Disney World — the Evermore Orlando Resort and the Conrad Hotels & Resorts.
These new resorts are in a complex at One North Jacaranda Street, about a 15-minute drive from the entrance to the Magic Kingdom Toll Plaza, and about the same distance drive to the EPCOT parking lots. They are now taking reservations for stays beginning Feb. 5, 2024.
The Evermore Resort is a complete renovation of the former Villas of Grand Cypress Golf Resort. It combines vacation rental and luxury hotel accommodations and could be a great fit for larger groups traveling together. The resort is opening with 1,500 bedrooms split between 69 houses, 206 four-bedroom flats, and 41 two and four-bedroom villas.
Meanwhile, Conrad Orlando has 433 rooms, including 51 suites and 10 family suites. There is also an indoor meeting space, a spa with an outdoor water garden, a private pool with a splash pad, private cabanas, a fitness center, an arrival/departure lounge, and many dining options (including a rooftop experience). The Conrad is part of the Hilton Hotels brand, and you are able to earn (and spend) Hilton Honors Points at this location.
Residents staying at both of these resorts will have access to a 20-acre tropical beach complex with bars, cabanas, private fire-pits, an aquatic adventure area with a waterslide, rope swing, and watersports.
We’ve ranked all the Disney World hotels multiple times to make sure it’s updated for you, and we’ve also got a list of the best hotels near Disney World that have a shuttle! As always, stay tuned to AllEars for all the latest Disney and Orlando news.
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