What Are the Most Expensive Disney Hotel Rooms?
Some places belong on any Disney fan’s bucket list. Of course, I’m talking about the Disney vacation spots that few people get to experience.
Chief among them are luxury hotel suites at some of Disney’s most refined and costliest resorts.
Here are seven of the most expensive Disney hotel rooms in America.
Adventureland Suite – Disneyland Hotel
Let’s start with a bang. More than a decade ago, the Disneyland Hotel revamped some of its suites with stylized theming.
Imagineers designed two of the rooms as tributes to Pirates of the Caribbean and Big Thunder Mountain Railroad. Another, the Fairy Tale Suite, celebrates Tinker Bell.
We’re more interested in the other two today. The first of them is the Adventureland Suite, which Disney describes as the “most luxurious safari ever.”
No, you’re not glamping or anything. It’s a standard hotel suite, albeit one that looks like a member of the Society of Adventurers and Explorers lives there.
Here’s some Adventure suite video from Justin Scarred:
Isn’t the whole place breathtaking? Well, it should be, because a night’s stay here usually costs at least $3,000.
Of course, if you can afford it, you get to feel like you’re living at Jungle Cruise.
Bungalows – Polynesian Village
Have you ever wanted to stay on the waters of Bay Lake? I mean on them, not at a hotel room nearby.
Believe it or not, that’s possible at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. A few years ago, Disney rethemed some of the rooms.
During this massive construction project, Imagineers added bungalows by the shores of Bay Lake. They’re in the water, facing Cinderella Castle and Space Mountain.
So, you’ve got arguably the best possible view of Magic Kingdom. At a minimum, it’s the most unique. Here’s a look inside:
The rooms are among the smallest on this list at less than 1,100 square feet, but you’re out on your own island away from regular tourists.
So, you’re getting a terrific experience for about $3,000 per night.
Cabin at Wilderness Lodge
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge also revamped one of its sections fairly recently. In doing so, the hotel added something similar to the Bungalows.
The Cabins at Wilderness Lodge cannot match the intimacy and view of the Bungalows, but they’ve arguably got something better.
These rustic rooms are standalone A-frames with 1,700 square feet of space. Within the rooms, you’ll find a fireplace and a patio area.
The patio is actually my favorite part because of two features. On one side, you’ll find a picnic table where your family can eat while looking at the water.
Yes! These cabins reside by the water! You’ll love that serene aspect. Also, the other side comes with an indoor hot tub.
You can relax in the hot tub at any time without fear of rain because you’ve got a roof over your head! It still feels like you’re outside, though.
Here’s video proof:
This place isn’t just a home away from home. It’s BETTER than most people’s homes! And you can stay here for roughly $2,500 per night.
Mickey Mouse Penthouse – Disneyland Hotel
The other hotel suite of note at the Disneyland Hotel actually puts the other one to shame.
The Adventureland Suite maxes out at a paltry 1,400 square feet…and there is no sign of Mickey Mouse anywhere!
That’s why you should shoot straight to the top floor and stay at the Mickey Mouse Penthouse, which includes 200 more square feet!
This place is a child’s fever dream, with Disney décor everywhere! Just watch this video:
Those aren’t Hidden Mickeys, my friends. They’re Mickeys right out in the open, begging to be seen and appreciated!
This suite, which several famous celebrities reportedly prefer, starts at $3,500 a night these days. But Mickey Mouse is everywhere!
Royal Suite – Four Seasons Orlando
Okay, I had my choice of ways to shatter the curve at Four Seasons Resort Orlando.
Thus far, most of these rooms fall under the heading of, “Well, if a bunch of friends and I pooled our money…”
You’re out of luck at the Four Seasons unless you’re royalty or a billionaire.
Seriously, if you cannot afford a flight into outer space, the top suites here aren’t for you.
Thankfully, the standard hotel rooms here qualify as more luxurious than virtually anything else in Orlando, and they’re more affordable.
On the other hand, the Royal Suite is probably beyond your vacation budget. Here’s a quick video tour of it:
Didn’t that make you want to grab a bottle of Grey Poupon and talk with a snooty accent? Seriously, that place is absolutely breathtaking…and it should be.
A night in the Royal Suite costs $17,000, presuming you want to be cheap about it. However, you can upgrade to the nine-room version of this suite for a little under $40,000 a night.
Again, that’s nice, but why would you settle if money is no object? You can rent out the penthouse floor for a paltry $69,000.
Go big or go home!
Theme Park View Presidential Suite at the Contemporary
I mentioned earlier that the Bungalows have arguably the best view of Magic Kingdom.
Well, you’ll find the other hotel room with this claim at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
As you know, this resort resides right by Magic Kingdom and is only a 10-minute walk away from the front gate.
If Disney ever added an opening on the Space Mountain side, guests could be inside the park in five minutes.
Obviously, some of the Contemporary’s rooms will come with a spectacular view of Magic Kingdom.
The best of them is Theme Park View Presidential Suite, which is a cavernous 2,061 square feet.
You’ll pay at least $2,800 nightly for the privilege of looking out your window and seeing Cinderella Castle. Worth it!
Treehouse Villas at Saratoga Springs
Here are the most unique of all the suites listed here. The Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa look like houses that could walk away.
The standalone octagonal hotel rooms reside on stilts and somewhat mimic Disneyland’s “Home of the Future” in this regard. Here’s proof:
Now contrast that to the Treehouse Villas:
Like the Cabins at Wilderness Lodge, these suites ramp up the rustic vibe. When you stay here, you’re surrounded by trees, providing a lovely, isolated feeling.
The only reason you’ll know you’re at Disney is that Friendship Boats pass by on the nearby water as they travel to and from Disney Springs.
These rooms are perfect for families as well. One of the bedrooms even comes standard with bunk beds!
You’ll get plenty when you stay here, and it’s also the most “affordable” of the ultra-luxurious suites on this list.
These rooms cost about $1,500 a night, although the price always depends on the time of year you visit.