Mom and child in resort room
  • On Jun 3, 2023
    Sam from AZ Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    what are the square foot for the king resort view room? and the bedroom suite?


    Thanks for asking your question to planDisney!

    I am not certain what resort will serve as your home in the magic, so let me offer you a few examples, and that should give you a pretty good idea of what to can expect. In the Deluxe resort category at Walt Disney World, it has long been known that the rooms range somewhat in size, from smaller at Disney's Wilderness Lodge, to notably larger at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. Standard rooms range from around 340 square feet to 440 square feet.

    Please note that these are estimates, and they can vary from room to room. However, when you compare the standard rooms at some of these resorts, you get the following estimates of square footage.

    As for 1-bedroom suites, they vary more significantly, with estimates in the 600 to 900 square foot range. At this point, you should focus more on the bed configurations and other general amenities to decide what is the right destination for your party.

    As you compare rooms, remember to confirm the number of guests it will accommodate. Not only is that a good indicator of room size, but it tells you the maximum number of people you are allowed to have stay in the room.

    Please feel free to write me back directly with any follow-up questions. 

    Have a Magical Vacation!


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