This might be the most unusual year for theme parks, but here's one small sign of normalcy — Walt Disney World is offering new hotel-stay deals for the fall.
The pandemic kept summer from delivering its usual huge vacation crowd to Central Florida, and Disney's keeping many of its hotels closed until the economy recovers. But Disney still has thousands of hotel rooms to fill, and it is discounting rates to do that.
Disney is running three offers right now. For all visitors, Walt Disney World is offering from $60 to $500 off a four-day, four-night stay at the resort, including room and theme park tickets. It's $60 off campgrounds at Fort Wilderness, $100 off at the Value hotels, $250 off at the Moderates, and $500 off at the Deluxe and Deluxe Villas. The offer is valid for stays starting most nights from September 4 through December 25, 2020. Check availability for this "Magic is Here" offer on Disney's website.
If you live in the Southeast, Disney has another offer for you, one that does not require the four-night stay. This one is 15-30% off hotel stays at the resort. Like the "Magic is Here" deal, the offer is available for stays starting most nights from September 4 through December 25. It's 15% off at the campgrounds, 20% at Value hotels, 25% off at the Moderates, and 30% off at the Deluxe and Deluxe Villas. This deal is available to residents of Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Here's the link for availability on that deal.
Finally, Disney World is offering up to 40% off hotel rooms for annual passholders. You'll need to log in with your AP account to get the details and take advantage of that deal.
Even if you book any of these deals, you would still need to use Disney's Park Pass system to reserve your dates in the park, as a hotel reservation does not guarantee theme park availability. Remember that there's no Park Hopping this year at Walt Disney World, as well, so you will get one park per day of your ticket.Tweet
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