There is nothing like feeling the magic of Disney throughout your entire stay. This is one of the reasons why guests often book their resorts on the Walt Disney World Property. Not only will you enjoy Disney at the parks, but it will also be easily infused at any of the themed resorts Disney has to offer. With more than twenty-five resorts to choose from, you can’t go wrong with staying on Disney property! Here are ten stunning facts about Walt Disney World Resorts that you may not have known!
10. Number of Hotel Rooms
There are over 30,000 rooms amongst more than twenty-five resorts on the Walt Disney World Resort Property. If you stayed in every single room each day, it would take you sixty-eight years to stay in all of the rooms on property! Sounds like a lot right? If we add the hotel rooms that are located in the independently owned properties (like Sheraton, Four Seasons and Hilton) there would be an additional 10,000 rooms. Looks like we’ll be staying longer than 68 years now, which is definitely not a bad thing!
9. Number of Guests Housed
With all of the Walt Disney Resorts combined, approximately 160,000 guests can occupy the resorts. That’s a whole lotta’ Mickey fans! While that may seem like a high number, there are also over 10 resorts that are on the Walt Disney World property that are owned by other large resort chains (as mentioned above). These resorts hold an additional 50,000 guests!
8. Number of Convention Spaces
Disney isn’t just for fun and games, it’s also for business conventions! The Walt Disney World Resorts offers seven dedicated convention resorts that will accommodate any size, theme, or objective any company may have. Choose from beautiful and spacious rooms at the Boardwalk Inn, Contemporary Resort, Coronado Springs Resort, Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, Yacht and Beach Club, and the Swan and Dolphin Resort. How cool would It be to attend a convention at the happiest place on earth?
Natalie is an elementary school teacher and a native Floridian who lives and breathes all things Disney. Her love for Disney started at the age of two during her first visit, and has continued to flourish into her adult life. She loves to share her Disney passion with her students and believes Disney is so special because there is no other place to forget about your worries and be a kid again, which is why she refuses to ‘grow up’.