• On Jul 20, 2021
    Jonathan from MA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How to book multiple hotels

    Hi Jonathan! 

    Sometimes one Walt Disney World Resort is just not enough, right? There are multiple reasons to book a split stay- a vacation where you enjoy more than one hotel during your visit. Perhaps moving resorts is the only way to find availability for your travel dates or maybe you want to splurge for a few days in a Deluxe Resort while choosing a more budget friendly option during the majority of your trip. Maybe you want to experience the best pool day ever, so you spend a night or two at Disney's Beach Club Villas to experience the Stormalong Bay pool complex, and the rest of your trip is spent at a monorail resort for quick and easy access to the Magic Kingdom.

    Disney will transfer your luggage from one resort to another. Drop your bags at Bell Services when your check out of your original resort, and retrieve them or have them delivered to your room in the afternoon when your room is ready at your second one. On our last visit we enjoyed a split stay, and simply loaded up our car with our luggage in the morning of our first checkout. We headed to Disney's Animal Kingdom, and then drove to our new resort after a day in the park.

    To book multiple resorts, you will need to make a separate reservation for each hotel. Your bookings will both link to My Disney Experience, though each resort stay is its own independent booking. 

    Wishing you pixie dusted dreams at your fabulous resorts!

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