Back in October we shared that Walt Disney World was suspending one night stays at its resort hotels. Now, we are happy to report that guests wanting to book one night stays can once again do so! One night stays are great if you’re just passing through or if you enjoy doing split stays at Walt Disney World.
The previous suspension of one-night bookings at Disney World applied to both online and over-the-phone bookings for one-night room-only stays, but it did not apply to Disney Vacation Club members who wanted to book a one-night stay with DVC points. Disney did not give a reason for the suspension.
If you are wanting to book a one-night stay, you can now make that reservation. Previously, guests were required to book at least a two night stay.
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