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If you’re planning a trip to Walt Disney World®, you’re probably wondering where you should stay on property. That’s a good question. And that’s why we’re not only going to tell you where to stay, but why you should stay there. So, are you ready?

Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts

None of the resorts on the Disney property are average. And these resorts are no exception to that rule. Steeped in the timeless charm of Disney’s Boardwalk Entertainment District, you’ll be surrounded by the inviting elegance of a quarter-mile promenade of delightful dining, exciting shopping and hopping nightlife on the boardwalk right outside your room. Not to mention a shared pool on the property that has sand and zero-entry pool for kids. Plus, if you want to walk to Epcot® and Disney’s Hollywood Studios®, you can. Or, you can choose to take a water taxi for a bit more of an adventure.

Disney’s Contemporary Resort

This ultra-modern Disney Resort hotel is simply defined by this: the world famous monorail. That’s because the resort Monorail breezes through the iconic A-frame of this Contemporary tower on a regular basis and can quickly sweep you away to the Magic Kingdom® Park. Or, if you prefer to stay at the resort, you can watch the NEW Happily Ever After fireworks show from the comfort of your own room.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

How would you like to wake up to a giraffe peering into your room? If this prospect thrills you to the core, we think we have just what you’re looking for. Inspired by the traditional African kraal, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge provides spectacular views of four lush savannas and lets you see up to 30 species on the 21 acre reserve. And, as the nearest resort to Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park and Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, you’ll be as close to the action as possible. 

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

Inspired by a late 19th century New York retreat famous for its spas and horse racing, Saratoga Springs is quite the sight.  You can stay in one of the Tree house Villas (because who doesn’t want to stay in a tree house), delight in stately studios and multi-bedroom Villas, and soak in the dazzling pools and spa. Then, the brand new restaurant and entertainment district of Disney Springs® is right within walking distance. That means you can always enjoy a bit of a stroll and explore everything this new area has to offer.

Have an idea which resort is best for you? We can get the adventure started for you here.