Wilderness Lodge Resort Pool
  • On Aug 7, 2022
    Dawn from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Which resorts on property (all parks) do not offer adjoining/connecting rooms? Trying to narrow it down, thanks!

    Hi there, Dawn! Welcome to planDisney!

    I'm so excited that you're planning to visit The Most Magical Place on Earth! For me, a big part of planning my trips to Walt Disney World Resort includes which Disney Resorts Collection hotel to call "home." Dawn, I'm happy to let you know that all Disney Resort hotels offer some connecting rooms. Connecting rooms can only be guaranteed for parties with one or two adults in the same household traveling with children (ages 17 and under). However, the resort will do its best to accommodate all requests for connecting rooms, even if they can't be guaranteed! Since the number of connecting rooms is limited, my best piece of advice would be to make this request as soon as you've made your reservation. You can make a request for connecting rooms by calling a Cast Member or using the Chat feature through the My Disney Experience app.

    While it's great that almost all Disney Resorts Collection hotels offer connecting rooms, that doesn't help to narrow down your options too much! Just call me Jiminy Cricket because I'd love to be your guide. Here are some thoughts to help steer you in the right direction:

    • If traveling on a budget is most important, consider focusing on a Value Resort Hotel. These offer larger-than-life characters, well-appointed rooms, and quick-service locations for dining. My personal favorite is Disney's Pop Century Resort (with access to the Disney Skyliner!). However, if you would like to have a more themed atmosphere and at least one sit-down restaurant available at your resort, take a peek at a Moderate Resort Hotel. We love Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside!
    • If you want a room that can give you a little more space, an immersive environment, and multiple dining experience options, try a Deluxe Resort Hotel. My husband and I can't get enough of Disney's Wilderness Lodge!
    • If you're going to split your time between having fun in the parks and getting a full experience from your Disney Resort hotel, think about what kind of theme and experience you'd enjoy the most. Does your crew enjoy wild animals and the great outdoors? Consider Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge! What about the sounds of jazz and the taste of Mickey-shaped beignets? Then look no further than Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter!
    • Think about where you'd like to spend most of your time. If you plan to focus on Magic Kingdom Park, you might enjoy staying close to the magic! You'll be able to walk to Magic Kingdom Park from Disney's Contemporary Resort and Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, take a monorail from Disney's Contemporary Resort, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, and Disney's Polynesian Village Resort, or take a quick water taxi ride from Disney's Wilderness Lodge! If you'd prefer to spend a lot of your time at EPCOT or Disney's Hollywood Studios, then check out Disney's Beach Club Resort, Disney's Yacht Club Resort, or Disney's Boardwalk Inn!
    • Make sure you keep an eye on how many people you hope to have in each room. You might want to consider a Family Suite at Disney's Art of Animation Resort or Disney's All-Star Music Resort!
    Dawn, you can't go wrong with any Disney Resort hotel you choose, and each one will offer you resort hotel benefits. If you have any other questions as you continue planning, please visit us again. You've got a friend in me!

    Life is the bubbles!
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