The Deluxe Villas at Walt Disney World are more than just your typical Deluxe resort room. These resorts feature different in-room amenities with some of the villas offering a kitchenette, in-room laundry facilities, etc. The villas also offer studios and multiple bedroom options in order to accommodate families and groups. Here is breakdown of the theme and additional resort amenities for Walt Disney World’s 11 Deluxe Villas:
11. Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
This resort is definitely luxurious and elegant, plus in a fantastic location. There is a Sky Way Bridge from Bay Lake Tower over to Disney’s Contemporary Resort, so guests get to enjoy all of the dining and amenities that the Contemporary Resort has to offer in addition to the amenities at Bay Lake Tower. The resort is offers amazing views of the Magic Kingdom and Bay Lake, too!
10. Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
These amazing villas are themed after 1860’s railroad hotels from the American West. There is even some of the miniature trains from Walt Disney’s personal collection on display in the lobby, too! Guests also get access to all of the amenities of Wilderness Lodge located conveniently close by. It is a great mix of upscale, comfortable amenities, but in a rustic, relaxed setting.
9. Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
The Copper Creek Villas & Cabins are among the newest villa options to join the Walt Disney World family. These villas and cabins offer guests an amazing retreat with all of the modern comforts that you don’t want to do without! The cabins are located along the water with amazing views of the lake for the ultimate rustic stay within Walt Disney World. They are part of the Wilderness Lodge compound with everything themed after the Pacific Northwest. Guests have amazing shopping and dining on the grounds and very easy access to the Magic Kingdom via boat transportation.
8. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House
The villas at Jambo House are located within Animal Kingdom Lodge where there are also deluxe resort rooms that are not considered villas. Guests will be able to enjoy all of the same amenities as the other guests staying at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, too. There are delicious dining options, shopping and a variety of unique animal encounters. The entire resort is themed to be a resort within the African savanna. You even have giraffes and other animals roaming around, so depending on which room you stay in, you could have a view of the savanna to see them from your room.
7. Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas – Kidani Village
Unlike the villas at Jambo House, all of Kidani Village consists of deluxe villas. The resort is also home to one of the most unique restaurants on property, Sanaa. This location is unique in that it is located with a view of the savannas so you can catch a glimpse of the giraffes and other inhabitants while you dine. Guests at Kidani Village can also join in on all of the activities and amenities of Jambo House, too. They are also just a super short bus ride away from Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park.
6. Disney’s Beach Club Villas
These amazing villas are themed after what you would expect from a New England-style beach hotel. Everything about the resort is upscale and beautiful, too. The pool area is one of the favorites in all of Walt Disney World since it is almost like its own mini-waterpark. There is even a life-size shipwreck. The water area takes up 3 acres on its own! The villas also have easy access to Disney’s BoardWalk, Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios via boat transportation.
5. Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
The villas at Disney’s BoardWalk offer a ton of charm as the entire area is designed to look like a Coney Island-style boardwalk. The pool area at the resort is completely carnival themed to perfectly complement the theme of the area. There are ton of great dining options and entertainment located right on the boardwalk, too. Guests who will be visiting Epcot or Disney’s Hollywood Studios will be able to enjoy boat transportation for a quicker, simpler way to travel.
4. Disney’s Old Key West Resort
This quiet resort is perfectly themed after the Florida Keys. There are tons of waterways and palm trees to give the resort the perfect Florida feel. There resort offers pools, Olivia’s Café for table service dining, a fitness center and a variety of other great amenities.
3. Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
For the perfect South Pacific getaway, you have to head over to the villas at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. It is the perfect mix of a tropical island paradise and all of the modern comforts, conveniences and amenities. The Bungalows are located on the water with their own private plunge pools on the deck. Guests have dining and dinner show options at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and can take advantage of the monorail, boat or bus transportation to get around.
2. Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
This resort is themed after the historic Saratoga Springs, which was a New York retreat from the late 1800’s that was famous for spas and horse racing. This beautiful resort has a Victorian-style feel to it and is located along waterways. The resort has boat transportation access to and from Disney Springs so guests have hundreds of dining and shopping locations extremely close by. If you enjoy easy access to all of the nightlife of Disney Springs, this is definitely a great resort for you!
1. The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
The theme for The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is the perfect combination of elegance and Victorian splendor. It is located within the luxurious Grand Floridian Resort & Spa with access to all of the amazing amenities, including the most amazing spa on property, a hair salon, shopping locations, multiple signature dining experiences, character encounters, etc. The resort is also located extremely close to the Magic Kingdom with monorail and boat transportation available.