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  • On Oct 11, 2021
    Sonjya from VA Asked

    I have plans to visit WDW in Nov and staying at WDW Dolphin. I'm still confused and concerned about transportation from Orlando airport to WDW Dolphin that doesn't take too long (no public transpo) and doesn't cost an arm and leg. Thank you!

    Hi Sonjya!

    The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin is a fabulous resort. The location is practically perfect; you can walk to Epcot AND Disney's Hollywood Studios! Consider trying Todd English's bluezoo for dinner one night during your stay. Only an elevator ride away from your room, this restaurant offers a chef-inspired, innovative menu in an amazing architect designed space shimmering with glass accents.

    Disney's Magical Express is running in November, but unfortunately the Swan and Dolphin is not a Disney owned hotel, so your reservation does not qualify for this service. Rental cars, town cars, local transportation companies, taxis, and rideshares are all available to ferry you from the Orlando International Airport to your resort. I have used rideshares and taxis to travel to and from the airport and Walt Disney World a few times and found they typically run over $30.00 when no surge pricing is applicable. Most taxi companies and rideshares have apps or websites that allow you to check on pricing ahead of time, so you can budget for the service.

    Wishing you a wonderful visit to see Mickey!
    Elisabeth
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