There are lots of pros and cons of staying onsite and offsite at Disney World. Here’s a list of the onsite benefits to help you make a decision for your trip.
Step 2: Lodging
You might want to spend some time touring resort during your Disney World trip. Here are some touring ideas on what to do at the various resorts.
If you’ve never heard of Shades of Green, I don’t blame you. It’s rarely talked about in the Disney community, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a hidden gem.
There are lots of options for getting groceries for your Disney World trip. Here is a list of your choices plus the pros and cons for each.
One of the best parts of staying at a Disney World resort is the ability to get your boarding pass and check your bags at the resort. Here’s how it works.
There are lots of perks to staying offsite during Disney World trips, and we have some tips on doing that for you today. I also have a quick tip about a handy new app feature.
There are several WDW resorts that you could choose for your trip. Here’s a breakdown of the pros and cons of every Disney World resort.
Here’s a list of the resort options (onsite and offsite) from least to most expensive to help families of 5+ decide what will work best for them on their Disney World trips.
Disney World resort rooms have several room view and room request options. Here’s information on how to get a room that’s right for you.
There are a couple dozen on-site resorts at Disney World. I often share matter-of-fact info on each but today, I’m telling you my favorites in each category. I also have a quick tip about how to get Disney Dollars before your trip.
(Article last updated: April 11, 2016) There are lots of destinations you can visit where renting a timeshare can be an affordable option. Disney World has a version of timeshares called Disney Vacation Club where you can rent from the owner and pay less than if you booked the room through Disney. Here’s how it works.