What Walt Disney World Resorts Offer King Beds?
For those looking for a little bit of extra mattress space, visiting the parks for a honeymoon or planning a romantic getaway, the two double or queen beds available at the majority of Walt Disney World resort rooms may not feel like the best option. That’s why we here at MickeyBlog are pleased to let you know that several of Disney World’s onsite properties do offer King Bed options. For those looking for King Bed options, we’ll make it easy with our helpful list below:
Many guests considering King Bed options tend to overlook Disney’s Value Resorts completely. This is mainly due to the fact that unlike the Moderates the Values don’t offer a specific King Bed category. However, that doesn’t mean that King Bed rooms aren’t an option at these properties. It is possible to find king beds at any of the All Star properties (All Star Music, All Star Sports and All Star Movies), Pop Century and Art of Animation (Little Mermaid Rooms Only) but these are by request only. This means that King Bed Rooms at these properties aren’t guaranteed. Rather you put in a request and Disney will do their best to honor your preference. To make a King Bed request at any of these properties simply call your Travel Agent or ring up Disney directly to have the request added to your reservation.
As mentioned above, once you get into the Moderate category, the King Bed booking process is a little bit different. All of the Moderate properties see King Bed rooms as a bookable upgrade. Though all of their standard rooms come with two queen beds, you can pay a bit extra to have a King Bed instead. You’ll find this option available at Port Orleans Riverside, Port Orleans French Quarter, Caribbean Beach Resort and Coronado Springs Resort. In order to get a King for your stay, you must pay the extra money. Some of the properties may also offer more than one King Bed option at different price points depending on the view from your room. As an example, Coronado Springs offers a Water View King option as well as a Junior Suite-King, Executive Suite-King and even a 1 Bedroom Suite with a King Bed option.
When it comes to Deluxe properties it’s not as straightforward as the Moderates or Values with King Bed options varying from resort to resort. Here’s a breakdown at what you can expect at each resort:
- Animal Kingdom Lodge – King Beds are available by request across all categories except for Bunk Bed Rooms, Standard 1 Bedroom Suites – Club Level Access or 1 Bedroom Suites – Club Level Access.
- Beach Club – King Beds available by request across all categories except for Garden View – Club Level and Deluxe Room – Club Level Access.
- Boardwalk Inn – King Beds are available by request across all categories except for Deluxe Room Club Level.
- Contemporary Resort – King Rooms are available by request in all categories except for 1 Bedroom Suites – Club Level
- Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – You can request King Rooms across all categories with the exception of Outer Building Deluxe Rooms, Main Building Theme Park View or Outer Building 1 Bedroom Suites.
- Polynesian Village Resort – King Beds are available by request with the Standard Rooms or Honeymoon Suite.
- Wilderness Lodge– King Beds are available by request in the standard rooms across the different views. However, you can’t combine a king bed with a bunk bed option. King Beds are also available by request when booking a Standard Room -Club Level or if staying in the Honeymoon Suite.
- Yacht Club – King Beds are bookable across all categories with the exception of Deluxe Rooms – Club Level Access.
Deluxe Villa Resorts –Disney’s villa offerings are pretty universal when it comes to king bed allocations. If you’re looking for a Studio you won’t find a king bed in sight, rather the rooms will offer 2 queen beds. However, 1 Bedroom Villas can come with a king bed in the main bedroom and a sleeper sofa in the living room. The 2 bedroom villas offer 1 bedroom with a king bed and second bedroom with 2 queen beds. The only exception to this is Saratoga Spring’s Treehouse Villas which only offer queen beds. Select Villa Resorts ( Animal Kingdom Lodge, Bay Lake Tower, Boardwalk Villas, Grand Floridian, Old Key West and Saratoga Springs Resorts) also offer 3 bedroom Grand Villas which have a king bed in one of the bedrooms. The bungalows at the Polynesian Village Resort or the Cabins at Copper Creek also have King Beds in the master bedroom.
So if you’re planning an upcoming Disney getaway and would like more room to spread out and relax give one of Disney’s fantastic King Bed options a try. Because many of these rooms are by request only, we recommend calling in your reservation to make your King Bed request or contacting your travel agent.
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