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The Most Luxurious Rooms in Walt Disney World

One of the best ways to enjoy a vacation at the Walt Disney World Resort is by staying on property at a Disney Resort, and with over two dozen to choose from, Guests can enjoy themes including everything from Victorian elegance and charm to beloved Disney animated films. Each Disney Resort is home to different categories of Guest rooms that have different price points, but for those looking to truly splurge, some luxurious and unforgettable accommodations go above and beyond the normal.

From a royal suite to club level and more, let’s check out some of the most luxurious and expensive rooms available to Guests at the Walt Disney World Resort.

Cinderella Castle Suite

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Cinderella Castle Suite – Cinderella Castle

There is no accommodation as luxurious or exclusive at the Walt Disney World Resort as the Cinderella Castle Suite, located inside Cinderella Castle in the Magic Kingdom. This opulent room is truly fit for royalty and can be spotted from the rear of Cinderella Castle in Fantasyland by looking for a trio of tall and thin stained-glass windows. Featuring stunning details including many that pay homage to Cinderella including crests, marble floors, and a bathtub complete with twinkling stars above. While many Guests would surely pay tons of money for the chance to stay in the Cinderella Castle Suite, this stunning space is not available for booking but occasionally is used as a prize in a contest!

Grand Floridian Grand Suite

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Main Building – Grand Suite – Club Level – Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Across Seven Seas Lagoon is Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, where Victorian charm and elegance are showcased in every corner of the Disney Resort thanks to opulent details and décor. While every room at the Disney Resort is wonderful, the most luxurious is the Main Building – Grand Suite – Club Level, which features 2,200 square feet of beauty. Located on the fifth floor, the suite features five balconies that offer amazing views of the Magic Kingdom, two bedrooms, lush bathrooms, and ample living space with comfortable furniture and extravagant fixtures.

King Kamehameha Suite

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King Kamehameha Suite – Club Level – Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort brings the romance and laid-back, tropical feel of the South Seas to life with white sand beaches stretching along the shores of Seven Seas Lagoon and Guest accommodations in long houses that are beautifully themed. The ultimate accommodation offered at the Disney Resort is the King Kamehameha Suite – Club Level, which sleeps up to eight adults throughout eighteen hundred square feet of beauty in the Tonga building. The King Kamehameha Suite was recently renovated in 2021 and features two floors of vibrant tropical theming combined with lush furniture and convenient amenities. The lower level focuses on living space with a patio overlooking the water, and upstairs is where the bedrooms are located with balconies looking out into the marina.

3 Bedroom Grand Villa Savanna View

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3 Bedroom Grand Villa – Savanna View – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is one of the most overlooked Disney Resorts thanks to its location tucked away near Disney’s Animal Kingdom, however, the beautiful Disney Resort brings Guests into the culture and beauty of Africa through two separate areas. Kidani Village is an extension of the main area that is home to many Disney Vacation Club accommodations, including the 3 Bedroom Grand Villa – Savanna View. This massive villa spans two floors and boasts modern amenities and touches seamlessly combined with natural colors and vibrant pops of art and patterns. The true highlight of this suite at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge is the multiple balconies that offer stunning views of the savanna, where animals can be found roaming throughout each day.

3 Bedroom Grand Villa

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3 Bedroom Grand Villa – Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Like Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is home to its main building as well as an area dedicated to Disney Vacation Club accommodations. Both areas celebrate the rustic charm of the great lodges found in the National Parks, but the Copper Creek Villas are slightly off the beaten path on the shores of Bay Lake, offering a sense of seclusion in nature. The 3 Bedroom Grand Villa is by far the most luxurious accommodation available at Copper Creek with over 3,000 square feet of comfortable space that perfectly combines natural elements and rustic charm with views of Geyser Point. Featuring a state-of-the-art kitchen, dining space that comfortably seats twelve, lush furniture in a large living space, and three bedrooms with unique furnishings and artwork, the 3 Bedroom Grand Villa at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is a true escape.

Newport Presidential Suite

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Newport Presidential Suite – Disney’s Beach Club Resort

The final luxurious accommodation at the Walt Disney World Resort that we’re going to check out is the Newport Presidential Suite at Disney’s Beach Club Resort, a Deluxe Disney Resort on Crescent Lake that evokes the charm and elegance of a New England seaside Resort on the Atlantic. The Newport Presidential Suite is massive at 3,200 square feet and features a very beachy color palette of light blues, teals, creams, and crisp whites. While only featuring two formal bedrooms, the suite sleeps up to ten Guests comfortably with plenty of room to spread out throughout a kitchen, dining area, living space, and more all overlooking Stormalong Bay and Crescent Lake below. With opulent touches, stunning views, and the chance to feel whisked away to the Atlantic seaside, Guests might never guess that the Newport Presidential Suite is just steps from EPCOT’s International Gateway!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane has been visiting Walt Disney World since she was a child and has developed a deep love and appreciation of the Disney Parks with a particular interest in the small details and history that can be found all around. Visiting every chance she gets, Caitlin loves to enjoy the ambiance of the Disney Parks and try something new every time. She can often be found eating and drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, riding the Haunted Mansion, sipping on a Lapu Lapu, pretending Illuminations: Reflections of Earth was still in existence, and enjoying seeing the magic through the eyes of her children. When not in WDW, Caitlin can be found at home in New York dreaming of a ride on Living with the Land and counting down the days until her next trip.