Walt Disney World Resort Benefits

The true magic of Disney lies within the 47 square miles of property that Walt Disney World calls its home. It is true, there are a plethora of resort options for you and your family surrounding the Walt Disney World Resort…but there is simply nothing like staying on Walt Disney World property.

Yes, staying on Disney property is probably going to cost a little bit more upfront but when you see the benefits of on-site stay you may rethink that savings. This reminds me of the time that my husband and I booked our very first Sandals vacation….boy did we have sticker shock! We just could not imagine what in the world we were paying so much money for…that was until we arrived and understood what we were getting for our precious dollar. Disney is the same exact way. When you are ready to dive into planning your magical adventure, be sure to think about what you are looking for and what Disney has to offer you. I promise you will not be disappointed.

The top reasons to stay on Walt Disney World property….

Time: Every single day one of the four theme parks is open for Extra Magic Hours. This is either an early opening or a late closing time. Only those staying at a Walt Disney World Resort can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

Magic: Yes it is true…there is something about being surrounded by Disney magic 24 hours per day that makes everything just magical!

Convenience: Disney does everything for you! From complementary Magical Express transportation to and from the Orlando International Airport and throughout the entire Walt Disney World resort…you can sit back relax and enjoy the ride as Disney takes care of the driving.   In addition, the convenience of being able to take a short trip back to your room for a nap, snack and dip in the pool is simply divine!

Choice: Disney has created the Magic Your Way package so that you can create a package that best fits your budget and your needs. There are just over 20 themed resorts on property to choose from all ranging in budget and style. There is truly something for everyone!

The Disney Difference: From the moment you arrive to the moment you depart you are going to experience Disney World Class service. It does not matter where on property you stay you are sure to be treated like royalty.

I just know once you go you will know why staying on Walt Disney World property is the way to go!

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Kelly, her husband, and three children live in the Chicagoland area. Kelly has been traveling to Walt Disney World since the age of two. She considers Walt Disney World to be her primary vacation destination. With 20 plus trips under her belt she still enjoys researching and learning new things about the most magical place on earth! 

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3 Responses to Walt Disney World Resort Benefits

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  2. Zach says:

    Lets not forget that with the transportation, you are dropped off right near or almost in front of the entrance (depending on the park). And the more expensive resorts like Grand Floridian and Polynesian are typically closer to the entrance, whereas as Pop Century and All Star Resorts are a tad farther back respectively. Such things can make the difference at the end of a long day. :)

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