monorail
  • On Apr 24, 2022
    Jason from MO Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are staying at the yacht club in early June. If we wanted to pay for a ride service could we go to the Grand Floridian and get on the monorail to Magic Kingdom? I feel this would be faster than waiting for a bus during this busy time of year.

    Hi Jason!

    Welcome to planDisney.  Can you believe you'll be arriving at Walt Disney World Resort in just over a month?  After all that planning, your vacation is finally about to begin!  If you haven't already done so, now is a great opportunity to check off any of those last-minute details from your to-do list.  In addition to purchasing your theme park admission, be sure that you've booked your Disney Park Pass reservations for the first park you plan to visit each day.  This is also a good time to look for advance dining reservations that may not have been available right when your 60-day dining window opened up.  Lately, I've even had great luck finding hard-to-get dining reservations around 72-24 hours in advance.  If there's something on your wish list, like a spot at Space 220 Restaurant, don't give up –– you might be surprised what pops up if you keep checking back!

    When it comes to Walt Disney World bus transportation, I have trouble being patient, too.  In fact, one of my favorite things about staying at the Resorts around Crescent Lake, like Disney's Yacht Club Resort, is that I have the option to walk to both EPCOT and Disney's Hollywood Studios directly from my Resort. But while the idea of taking a car to Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is good, in theory, a rideshare service can only drop you off at the Resort's main entrance if you're a registered Resort Guest or a Guest with a confirmed dining reservation.  If you'd still like to skip the bus and take the monorail without a dining reservation, you're welcome to take a rideshare service to the Transportation and Ticket Center and jump on the monorail there.  From that point, the monorail stops at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort and Disney's Grand Floridian Resort before heading on to Magic Kingdom Park.

    Thanks for visiting planDisney, Jason.  No matter how you choose to get around, I hope your upcoming visit is filled with lots of pixie dust and quick trips around Walt Disney World Resort!

    See Ya Real Soon,
    Amy

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