These special room rates allow the opportunity to experience new offerings at the Walt Disney World Resort, including the incredible Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, a whole new land, where you can live your adventure in a galaxy far, far way, now open at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It’s also a terrific time to dine around the world at the 2019 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, and on select nights hang out at Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at Magic Kingdom Park.
Additional benefits of staying at one of the Disney Springs Resort area hotels include: the ability to purchase Disney Theme Park Tickets at the hotels’ website and at their Guest Service Desk; a Disney Merchandise store located in each hotel; and advance tee times and discounts at all Walt Disney World Resort golf courses. And with valid theme park admission, guests can take advantage of the Extra Magic Hours benefit; 60-Day FastPass+ benefit; and for a limited time, “Extra” Extra Magic Hours this fall. 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. The FastPass+ benefit provides the opportunity to reserve access to select attractions, shows and more, up to 60 days before you arrive. Ask your travel provider to ensure they can give you the necessary ticket confirmation or hotel reservation number needed to utilize this benefit.
The Disney Springs Resort area hotels’ “Fall into Extra Magic” rates for stays through November 2, 2019 are:
B Resort & Spa – rates from $97 per room, per night
Best Western Lake Buena Vista – rates from $79.99 per room, per night
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando – rates from $112 per suite, per night
Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace – rates from $115 per room, per night
Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista – rates from $104 per room, per night
Holiday Inn Orlando – Disney Springs Area – rates from $89 per room, per night
Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista – rates from $81 per room, per night.