The kids have started going back to school and the days are starting to get a tab bit shorter. That can only mean one thing – it’s time to start planning your Fall-time Walt Disney World vacation! There is so much going on at Walt Disney World Resort this Fall including the Epcot Food & Wine Festival, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party at the Magic Kingdom, and of course the recently-opened Toy Story Land at Hollywood Studios.
A great way to experience these events and new offerings is by taking advantage of the special “Magic of Fall” room rates that are being offered by the seven Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels for stays from August 20-October 31, 2018.
In addition to the very appealing rates, guests staying at these hotels also enjoy the Extra Magic Hours benefit and the FastPass+ benefit that allows guests to pick FastPasses at the Walt Disney World Theme Parks up to 60 days prior to your arrival. With valid theme park admission, the Extra Magic Hours benefit enables guests to experience extra time in at least one of the Walt Disney World Theme Parks each day, either before it opens or after it closes. This provides the opportunity to enjoy select attractions, including the new offerings at Toy Story Land and the popular attractions at the other three theme parks, such as Pandora – The World of Avatar at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
Featuring an ideal location in the Walt Disney World Resort, the seven Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels are within an easy walk to Disney Springs. Inspired by Florida’s charming towns and natural beauty, and boasting a picturesque waterfront setting and bubbling springs, the vibrant Disney Springs offers an impressive and diverse array of more than 150 retail, dining and entertainment establishments, which includes an exceptional collection of restaurants by award-winning chefs.
In addition, the hotels also provide shuttle transportation approximately every 30 minutes to all four Walt Disney World Resort Theme Parks, two Disney Water Parks, and at night to the Disney Springs area.
As a bonus, guests at these hotels also receive the “2018 Disney Springs Passport” booklet that features discounts and specials from Disney Springs merchants on entertainment, shopping and dining. Among the coupons featured in the booklet are discounts and special offers at House of Blues Restaurant & Bar, T-REX Café, Rainforest Café at Disney Springs Marketplace, The Polite Pig and STK Orlando.
The special “Magic of Fall” room rates for stays August 20-October 31, 2018 are:
· B Resort & Spa — rates from $105 per room, per night
· Best Western Lake Buena Vista – rates from $99 per room, per night
· DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando — rates from $101 per suite, per night
· Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace – rates from $110 per room, per night
· Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista – rates from $101 per room, per night
· Holiday Inn Orlando – rates from $103 per room, per night
· Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista – rates from $79 per room, per night.
Now is the time to start planning your Fall visit to Walt Disney World and take advantage of these amazing rates at the seven Disney Springs Area Resort Hotels!
To start planning your visit to one of the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels or Walt Disney World Resort Hotels, fill out the form below, or send an email for a FREE, no obligation quote with an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner. I offer rate monitoring to ensure you are receiving the best available rate offered by Disney. As an agent with MickeyTravels, I’ll be on hand to help you with everything from finding your perfect package to nabbing those hard-to-get dining and FastPass reservations. I work with all Disney Destinations. Best of all, my services are absolutely FREE. Get in touch at 1.954.401.9577, via email at MickeyTravelsHolly@gmail.com, or follow along on Facebook.
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