Staying inside Disney World is a must for many tourists visiting Orlando and a fantastic experience! Howerver, the hotels there are usually a bit more expensive and many people have the doubt in mind: is it worth staying there? Thinking about it, we will show you some details about the best Disney World Hotels, different types of resorts from the cheapest to the most expensive ones.
Pop Century Resort (Economic): One of the cheapest hotels from the Disney complex, the Pop Century Resort is a great hotel. Very colorful and fun, it was inspired in the decades between the 50´s and 90´s. It is like a 20th century museum with memorabilia, vintage objects and even historical facts about these times. Children will also love this hotel since the most famous Disney characters are there in the form of huge statues to take lots of pictures with.
Art of Animation Resort (Economic): The Art of Animation is the newest hotel in the Disney complexand has already become one of the most popular. It is a visually beautiful hotel and quite fun, especially for kids. Each hotel block has its decor inspired by an animated film: Cars, The Lion King, The Little Mermaid and Finding Nemo. Just as the outside, the rooms are all decorated according to the theme of the block in which you stays in.
Port Orleans Riverside Resort (Moderate): In the Port Orleans hotel you feel as if time had not passed. The hotel, which was built on the banks of the beautiful River Sassagoula, has its designed inspired by the charming American countryside houses. This hotel became famous mainly for its royal room, also known as “the room of princesses”, completely decorated as some of the great films of Disney’s princes and princesses.
Caribbean Beach Resort (Moderate): The Disney’s Caribbean Beach is a large hotel, fully decorated to make you feel on a Caribbean island. Everything is made to make you enter in the Caribbean mood: the artificial beaches where you can rest, the Latin architecture, the palm trees, the theme of the pools, and even some rooms that are decorated in a pirate theme.
Animal Kingdom Lodge (Deluxe): Here lies a little piece of Africa. With an impeccable and rich decor, the whole complex is stylized with elements that refer to African culture, as wooden furniture, masks and sculptures. In addition, the hotel has a real savannah in its “backyard”, where you can admire the most varied species of animals from your bedroom window.
Beach Club and Yatch Club Resort (Deluxe): With a nautical inspiration, the neighbors Beach Club and Yacht Club involve their guests in a fabulous atmosphere of summer, where beach elements, used in the hotel decor and the charm of the “crew” enchant guests and visitors. The beautiful view of the crescent lake is great for a walk in the evening!
Wilderness Lodge (Deluxe): Exotic and rustic, the Wilderness Lodge is completely set in the best style American native, which is the integration with nature and wildlife. You can check the eruption of the Geiser Fire Rock, which squirts jets of water 36 meters high. The complex was designed to make reference to the beautiful national parks.
Polynesian Village Resort (Deluxe): Designed with a tropical setting, the resort has a beautiful decorinspired by the Polynesian islands and sends its guests to the delightful climate of the South Pacific. The place also has an exclusive private beach, great dining options and beautiful bungalows by the lake with private pool.
Grand Floridian Resort & Spa (Deluxe): In the best English style, the Grand Floridian is one of the most luxurious hotels in the Walt Disney World Resorts. Sophisticated and noble, the complex has a beautiful decor that includes all the charm and distinctive style of Queen Victoria of England. The hotel also offers great restaurants, which can be visited even if you are not a hotel guest.
Boardwalk Inn (Deluxe): Considered one of the most charming hotels from the Disney complex, the Broadwalk Inn has also one of the best locations. Behind the hotel you can find the famous Broadwalk, a nice village with lots of entertainment and nightlife. And in front of it, there is the Crescent Lake, which connects some hotels to parks as Epicot and Holliwood Studios.