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Cheap Hotels at Disney World

With all of the wonderful things to during the day at Disney World, most families are more than happy to sacrifice some amenities with their hotel accommodations.  After all, you will likely only spend a few waking hours a day in your room, which makes it somewhat silly to spend a fortune on room rates. 

Of course no one wants to ruin their vacation by staying at a second-rate hotel where they are constantly concerned about cleanliness and safety.  Luckily there are several options near Disney World that offer competitive prices and some great features.  Here is our list of preferred cheap hotels for Disney vacationers.

*Keep in mind that these selections are based on value.  These hotels will serve as a perfect place to get your rest after a long day of sight-seeing, but they are not “full service” hotels.*

Disney's All-Star Movies Resort

This movie-themed resort at Walt Disney World Resort offers a fun, cinematic approach to a Disney vacation. Located at Walt Disney World Resort, this 1,920-room hotel is comprised of 10 buildings themed around popular Disney movies, such as Fantasia and 101 Dalmatians. Larger-than-life icons from the films decorate the courtyards and public areas. One outdoor pool continues the Fantasia theme while another is located in a Mighty Ducks’ ice hockey–themed area.

There is also a children’s wading pool and arcade on site, along with a gift shop, playground, and laundry facilities. A food court with five stations offers a variety of American fare in a casual atmosphere.

Disney’s Magical Express: Guests of this resort are eligible for complimentary Disney’s Magical Express service. Motor coaches pick up guests at Orlando International Airport and drop off at Walt Disney World Resort hotels, while Disney staff members pick up bags and deliver them straight to guestrooms.

Disney's Pop Century Resort

Open since December 2003, this Epcot resort is a whimsical time capsule of 20th-century pop culture.  Disney’s Pop Century Resort spans 177 acres in the Disney’s Wide World of Sports Area. This Disney Value Resort Hotel is a celebration of 20th-century pop culture, with a focus on iconography of the “Classic Years”—the 1950s through the 1990s. The buildings are fashioned as time capsules of the way Americans lived, worked, and played during these five decades.

Icons include jukeboxes, bowling pins, and Lady and Tramp (from the Disney movie, Lady and the Tramp) near the 1950s buildings; Play-Doh, Duncan Yo-Yos, and characters from The Jungle Book near the 1960s buildings; Big Wheels and eight-track tapes near the 1970s buildings; Sony Walkmans, Rubik’s Cubes, and Roger Rabbit near the 1980s buildings; and laptop computers and cell phones near the 1990s buildings.

The resort has three heated pools with themes, a children’s pool (unheated), an arcade, and a playground with a Goofy water feature. In addition there are laundry facilities on site and a 7,000-square-foot retail area in the resort’s Classic Hall. Guests receive complimentary bus transportation to and from the Walt Disney World® Theme Parks.
 
Includes access to Disney’s Magical Express shuttle service.

Disney's All-Star Sports Resort
 
Located within a mile of Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, this sports-themed resort offers energetic fun for fans and families. This 1,920-room hotel is comprised of 10 buildings themed around various sports. Larger-than-life athletic icons—such as football helmets and basketball hoops—decorate the courtyards and public areas. The main pool, Surfboard Bay, offers a fun surfing motif while the Grandslam Pool has a baseball theme. There is also a children’s wading pool and arcade on site, along with a gift shop, playground, and laundry facilities. A food court with five stations offers a variety of popular American fare in a casual atmosphere.

Includes access to Disney’s Magical Express shuttle service.

 Hotel descriptions provided by www.Expedia.com

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