Disney’s Value Resorts offer guests a way to enjoy all the benefits of staying on Disney property at a budget-friendly rate. They are popular among families due to their fun decor, convenience and proximity to the theme parks as well as the reasonable rates. Here’s some helpful information if you’re considering one of Disney’s Value Resorts.
Why Choose a Value Resort:
A Disney Value Resort is a great choice if you plan on spending the majority of your waking hours at the theme parks and just need a hotel that is clean, comfortable, has a pool and a place to get some food fast. Disney’s Value Resorts are by far the most budget-friendly and offer the same on-site benefits like Extra Magic Hours and complimentary Disney transportation as Moderate and Deluxe Resorts.
Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort
Disney’s All Star Music Resort
Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort
Disney’s Pop Century Resort – FROG FAMILY FAVORITE
Disney’s Art of Animation Resort (opening early Summer 2012)
Disney’s Value Resorts feature huge themed icons, such as the 47-foot-tall Buzz Lightyear and 30-foot-tall Woody icons at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort. All of the Value Resorts have exterior corridors; the door and window of your room face outward onto a common walkway.
The rooms at Disney’s Value Resorts are housed in separate buildings and are not connected to the main lobby. The standard rooms are 260 square feet and include two double beds or one king bed. The layout of a standard room is very basic; for example, instead of a closet there is an open area with a clothes rod and shelf in the bathroom. There is a maximum occupancy of four people with the exception of the “family suite” units at Disney’s Pop Century which have a maximum occupancy of six people.
Each of Disney’s Value Resorts has a food court, video game room, playground, laundry facility, jogging trail and gift shop. The All-Star resorts have two pools each; Disney’s Pop Century has three pools.
The Value Resorts do not offer table-service dining, an indoor bar/lounge, on-site recreation such as boating and bike rental, kids’ clubs, health club or valet parking. Refrigerators are available for an additional fee.
Want to know why the Frog Family loves staying at a Disney Resort?
Read Why the Frog Family Stays on Property (blog).
Still deciding which Resort Level is best for your family?
Click here for an overview of Disney’s Moderate Resorts.
Click here for an overview of Disney’s Deluxe Resorts.
If you’re ready to book your room now, Undercover Tourist also offers hotel reservation services.