Hour long waits in line, overpriced meals and endless gift shops sounds like the happiest place on earth, doesn’t it? To be fair, many children and adults alike do believe Disney World in Orlando, Florida to be a magically enchanting wonderland, filled with fun and adventure. However, all of this magically enchanting business doesn’t come cheap. When pondering a trip to the world’s most beloved theme park, finding budget friendly lodging will require a bit of magic. But this is Jetsetta and today, we’re forgetting budgets! We’re dreaming big and dreaming up the most Incredibly Expensive Hotel Rooms of Disney World.
For $2,225 families can stay in the Royal Asante Presidential Suite with Kilimanjaro Club Level with Concierge Service. The one bedroom suite sleeps up to 8 and offers a private balcony with a view of the Arusha savanna, while the Kilimanjaro Club benefits include a special itinerary planning service and discounts on adventures such as the Wanyama safari and dinner.
Located within walking distance of the Magic Kingdom, Disney’s Contemporary Resort is an ultra-modern, lakeside resort, made up of a towering A-frame high-rise building. A stay in the iconic Contemporary Tower’s two bedroom presidential suite will run you $2070 a night. Features and amenities include of a view of the Magic Kingdom, a king-sized bathroom with whirlpool and a full-sized refrigerator.
A relaxing trouble paradise isn’t what you expect to find at Disney, yet their Polynesian Resort makes it happen. Built to resemble a royal Tahitian assembly lodge, it contain 847 luxurious rooms, decorated with rich tropical colors. A night in a two bedroom princess suite, that has views of Cinderella’s Castle and the Marina, will cost $1440
Modeled after the Victorian beachside hotels from the late 1800s, The Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is the flagship hotel of the Walt Disney World Resort. A two bedroom Royal Palm Club Level suite in the main building, that sleeps up to 6, goes for $1990 a night. Included in this rate is Concierge Service, as well as a parlor area, one and half baths and a wet bar.
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Located near Epcot Center, Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a New England-style resort that’s surrounded by the 25-acre Crescent Lake. For $1835 a night , you’ll stay in a club level Newport Presidential Suite with concierge service, that offers a view of the lake, as well as Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, Stormalong Bay and Epcot theme park. Amenities include two bedrooms, one and half baths and complimentary DVD rentals during your stay.
Disney’s Boardwalk Inn
Disney’s Boardwalk Inn captures the charm, whimsy and elegance of 1940s Atlantic City. Sitting along a boardwalk packed with amusements, it is located near Epcot Center and Disney’s Hollywood Studios Theme Park. A Club Level, Sonora Vice Presidential Suite with Concierge Service goes for $1745 a night. The suite features a master bedroom with a king-size bed, 3 additional beds in a second bedroom and one and a half baths
Taking inspiration from the early 1900s and cues from Native American cultures, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge features a 7-story lobby, an 82-foot tall fireplace and the Fire Rock Geyser swimming pool, that’s fashioned after Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful. For $850 a night, a family of 4 can enjoy a view of the courtyard, main pool and Bay Lake in a one bedroom Vice Presidential Suite.
Disney’s Yacht ClubDisney’s Yacht Club is inspired by the summertime hotels of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. A Captain’s Deck two bedroom suite will sleep up to six and run guests $1975 a night. Special ammenities includea garden view, a one king canopy bed, a walk-in closet and a limited collection of DVDs.