• On Apr 3, 2022
    Sydney from PA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    For my birthday this year we wanted to resort hop. 3 nights, different resort each night. While going through the reservation process I realized that it was having me pay upfront? No deposit per room?

    Welcome to planDisney Sydney!

    You sound like you are ready for some fun with 3 resorts in 3 nights! This is sure a great way to experience different resorts all in one trip!

    To book this, you will need to book 3 separate resort reservations. Each "room only" reservation requires a deposit equal to one night's stay. Since you are only staying one night per resort/reservation, this ends up being a situation where you are paid in full. The good news is that with a "room only" reservation, you can cancel or change your room up until 5 days prior to your arrival. That part of your vacation will be all paid for so one less expense to worry about later!

    Each resort will offer complimentary transportation around property. You might "fly" to the parks on the Disney Skyliner or zoom in the highway in the sky aboard the Disney Monorail. Other resorts have buses, boats, or even walkways to some parks. 

    Enjoy your resort-hopping vacation!

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Meet the Panelist: Cathy, Ohio

Hi, I'm Cathy from Cleveland. I love to travel, especially in the winter to escape the snow and cold of Ohio! My husband and 2 kids share my enthusiasm for travel, so we enjoy our adventures together whether it is hiking at a National Park, sailing on a Disney Cruise Ship, or going to Walt Disney World which is our home away from home. My husband proposed to me in front of Cinderella Castle and we have not stopped visiting ever since! It's a blast helping guests here at planDisney! 
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