Balcony at Disney's Animal Kingdom resort
  • On Jan 10, 2022
    Dale from IL Asked

    I am trying to reserve May 16th - May 20th for two people but every 1-bedroom room I search has no availability. Every resort I looked at said no availability for 1 bedroom. Am I trying to plan it out too far in advance?

    Hey there Dale! Welcome to planDisney! Rest assured, it’s never too early to plan your next Walt Disney World Resort vacation! 

    I reviewed the Walt Disney World website for your vacation dates and did not find any availability. Then I noticed my browser was applying a previous special offer I was considering. Since the special offer rooms were no longer available, it looked like there was no room availability. So, I cleared my browser cache and was able to find some room availability! Clearly Walt Disney World magic extends to my Safari browser! 

    Dale, try clearing your browser cache to see if that clears up your issue. Once your cache is clear, try searching the website again for your vacation dates to see if you can find some resort availability. When I created a new search for your vacation dates, I was able to find one-bedroom room availability at Disney’s BoardWalk Villas, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas - Jambo House, and Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. However, room availability is constantly changing, and these resorts may no longer be available when you search. 

    If you are still unable to find an available resort, you should reach out to a Cast Member! They will have a better understanding of Disney Resorts Collection hotel availability for your vacation dates and may be able to help you find a resort that meets your needs. 

    I hope this helps, Dale! If you have any more questions while planning, stop back by and ask me. Soon you’ll be immersed in the magic of Walt Disney World!

    Until next time, 

    PG
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