If you are a fan of Walt Disney World Resort hotel rooms, there is one room that you definitely need to see.
What many Disney Guests may not know, if that even if you are not staying at a hotel with Disney Vacation Club villas or rooms, or in a DVC room, you can still tour almost any DVC room on property. During these tours, a Cast Member will tell you about the room, but you can stay as long or little as you like, and there is no pressure to sign up for Disney Vacation Club from anyone but yourself.
By doing these tours, Guests can see a room they never have before, and they can do it for free! Considering so many Disney rooms can end up becoming incredibly expensive, this is a great way to sprinkle some magic on your vacation without having to actually shell out the big bucks.
I have done a few of these tours, and there is one room that I think every Disney fan needs to check out. Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort has multiple DVC rooms differing in size, but the largest in the three bedrooms four baths that total to a whopping 2,800 square feet! The room is massive and absolutely stunning, with a foyer when you enter, as well as crown molding on the ceiling, showers bigger than my current kitchen, bathtubs you can sleep in, and a movie room.
The detail is stunning, with hints of Mary Poppins elegance scattered throughout and more space than anyone can know what to do with! Although the rooms are typically meant for DVC Guests, if a room is available, anyone can book it and pay a nightly rate. Shockingly, this room may be the most expensive on Disney property as it comes in at around $4,800 per night during peak seasons, before tax, and just shy of $3,000 on the lower end. DVC members would use around 112 points per night for the room.
Other rooms that compete in price are the bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, as well as the cabins at Copper Creek, just off of Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort. Both rooms typically range around $3,000 per night, but please note that prices change all of the time, and that is just an average based on pricing that has been listed in the past.
During a tour, I took a video of both the two and three-bedroom villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, which you can check out below. Please do not mind the constant statement of “oh my gosh”, as these rooms made my jaw drop!
What do you think of the three-bedroom villa at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort? What is your favorite room on the Disney property?