When you start to browse through Disney’s different resort options, you may find that there are quite a few to choose from. Walt Disney World Resort has 29 different hotel options with prices ranging from under $175 a night to over $500 a night. Walt Disney World Resort appreciates that people have different budgets and tries to supply a variety of options in different categories.
Obviously, Disney lets you narrow down choices by price category. They narrow it down into three groups: $0 to $175 a night, $175 to $250 a night, and $250 or more a night. Guests can then pick through the available resort hotels in their price category and compare by the hotel’s amenities or location.
Knowing that guests may have a preference for location, Walt Disney World resort breaks location down into five categories. Resort locations include: the Magic Kingdom area, Epcot area, Animal Kingdom area, ESPN Wide World of Sports area, and the Downtown Disney area.
If you don’t have a preference for location and would prefer to go straight to the different resort categories, Disney allows that too. Resort hotels range from value hotels to the most expensive deluxe villas. Also, as an alternative, there is a campground with campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort for as low as $54 a night. From least to most expensive are the campsites, then Disney’s value resort hotel options, moderate resort hotels, deluxe resort hotels, and deluxe villas.
As another way to narrow down your choices, there are four options under Disney’s Resort Characteristics’ menu. These include Disney’s story rooms, suites and villas, club level and suites, and monorail service. You can also select multiple categories at once so that you can find exactly what you want without reading through a bunch of hotel options you know won’t be in consideration.