Walt Disney World Resort
Walt Disney World Resort
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This world-famous Resort consists of four Theme Parks (Magic Kingdom Park, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park), two Water Parks (Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park), over 25 Resort hotel properties, and a variety of additional entertainment offerings.
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  • Pam105
    82 contributions
    Fun Place for Children
    There were 6 adults and two children in our party. Given the ages of the children, 3 and 5 yrs. we chose Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom to visit for our stay. We stayed off property in a resort very close to the Parks. Each park had its perks and problems that I will review separately. Overall, being with family and watching my grandchildren was the highlight of my visit to WDW. The parks are very clean and customer service was excellent for all of our needs. Would I visit with my grands again, the answer is yes. Would I visit with adults only, the answer is no.
    Visited February 2023
    Written 1 March 2023
  • Craig C.
    South Carolina66 contributions
    It's still a happy place...
    How can you not like Disney World? We visited Disney World earlier this month, first time in over 10 years and it still makes you feel like a kid every time. Overall great time, but we noticed two subtle differences this time. First was the cleanliness, it seemed as if the park had more liter and split food laying around then in past trips. Second was the attitude of the workers: they didn't seem as engaged. In our eyes it seemed as if some of the ride attendants were just there for "a job". As for the sanitation, some of the rides had garbage on the mountains and small change thrown in ponds. I am sure if Disney collected all this lose change, they would have a small fortune. The sanitation workers as well appeared to just meander along burning the clock until their shift was over. Don't get me wrong there were lots of employees who waved, smiled, were very cordial, exuding the DIsney spirit, which is why we will return again someday.
    Visited March 2023
    Written 13 March 2023
  • SHAUNA V
    1 contribution
    what a magical world
    Going to Disney world brought out the inner child in me. only thing did not like was the rides breaking down in Hollywood studio which I don't remember happening my prior visits. We did 3 theme parks Hollywood, magic and Epcot. The wait time was too long, and the food was too expensive for the taste. Five dollars for a small McDonald's happy meal size fry was too much. I understand price gouging in the gift shops, but not for mediocre small portions of food. If it is a family-oriented theme park that is very expensive for one ticket. Therefore, the food at least should be more affordable. The weather was nice not too hot or cool. star wars ride broke down . Our favorite parks so far are animal and magic kingdom. fantasmic show at Hollywood studious was amazing a must see at end of night.
    Visited March 2023
    Written 20 March 2023
  • Gary O
    9 contributions
    Magical Disney experience for GO.
    Disney world resorts is a very exciting place to go. So much to see and do. Even if you don’t go to the parks everyday , the resorts offer many other exiting opportunities, Such as Disney springs. This downtown area provides entertainment, fine dining and many shopping opportunities.. If you stay at one of the resort condominiums or townhome facilities, you have the ability to go to any other resort facility owned by Disney you can travel by boat, tram , monorail, or skylift. You can find adventure at any properties or faculties, such as one of their many relaxing pools open only to members and guest of the resort. The grounds are very pristine and well maintained. Its a joy to simply ride through all faculties owned by disney if you have any downtime at all. The weather was beautiful during my stay in early April this year, with average daytime temperatures of 85 -90. The staff at their facilities are the most accommodating and friendly that you will encounter anywhere. I have gone more than 7 times in the last 10 years because as advertised it is the most magical experience you can have with your family and friends. Would definitely recommend as a place to visit for a Magical Disney vacation experience.
    Visited April 2023
    Written 7 April 2023
  • Imotox
    5 contributions
    unhappiest place to work?
    Food and custodial employees must be worked to death. What we experienced April 2023. In a popular outdoor dining area one young man told us, "I do this every day, all day." The vibe from him was he is on the brink of. rage quit. My husband was trying to be kind by telling him he was doing a good job and he remarks curtly, "I'm so glad that you think so." In the woman's restroom I watched a custodial worker sweeping the restroom floor, take that same broom and sweep up toilet paper that littered the toilet seat...that's right, from the floor to right across the toilet seat. Aside from that, the employees knew how to direct us through the park, to let us know how to get from here to there. What they don't tell you ahead of time is the way things work today, you cannot just stand in line for an event/ride, but you must make reservations all around the park for most things.
    Visited April 2023
    Written 7 April 2023
  • ladean80
    Detroit, Michigan8 contributions
    Disney, a little complex a lot of fun.
    I love DIsney World. It was Hot as hell, rained at least once a day and I had to sell a share of my soul to pay for the stay at animal kingdom lodge, but less than a year later were going back. I've been 3 times 84, 99, and last August, it was suppose to be the last time. I had more fun last year than the previous times. Why? more rides everyone could get on together. I love thrill rides, my mom and sister can't ride anything with a hill or drop. The rides were either too tame for me or too scary for them. This last trip we rode almost everything together except for the 1 or 2 more extreme ones in each park (tower of terror, rockin rollercoaster, everest, etc.). The secret to having the most fun at Disney is research, get on youtube and take notes. The tips, tricks and rules I learned saved us at least 4x a day. Such as get on out door rides early, because it's most likely to rain after 2pm or the most popular ride at each park may require a reservation on a virtual queque and certain restaurants book up a month in advance (Cinderella Castle and Be Our Guest, etc). Yes, Disney is expensive and a little complicated but they're trying to keep ahead of a increasingly sophisticated and jaded customers who want to relive there childhood and experience the lastest thrill at the same time.
    Visited August 2022
    Written 13 April 2023
  • Fatrat
    Cardiff, United Kingdom16 contributions
    Magical and loved the smoking ban
    This was our first visit. We had visited WDW Paris before and it was ruined by selfish smokers and the Paris staff failing to address the issue. This place was literally a breath of fresh air as there are no smoking areas inside the park. We saw one person ignore that and staff were onto him like a ton of bricks, exactly as they should be. Everything was amazing and magical. I hate queuing but it’s to be expected and queues were well organised. Staff were wonderful.
    Visited April 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 14 April 2023
  • simbini06
    Gloucestershire, United Kingdom51 contributions
    Lost its sparkle
    We stayed for 14 nights in May. We’ve been many times before but this is the first since covid. We love Disney world but the decisions and changes since covid have taken away what made it amazing. The new genie plus is just so unfair. We paid thousands to come for our holiday and to be asked to pay more so we could use a service that used to be free is disgusting. We simply couldn’t afford to spend out more so we had no choice but to wait in the massive queues as the people who have paid to ride basically walk on. The old fastpass system was very fair as it was open to everyone. We had days where we just gave up as the queues were to big and went back to the hotel. The table service meal prices were massively overpriced so we couldn’t do them. We used to enjoy waking up and deciding what park we wanted to goto but this wasn’t possible. Basically the more money you have the better your holiday will be. I feel for the families who have saved for years for their once in a lifetime trip as sadly ,without very deep pockets ,they are going to be disappointed. It feels like a playground for the rich now .
    Visited May 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 25 June 2023
  • Pete D
    11 contributions
    Dinning at Disney
    When you want to plan for a special meal in the Parks or within the Walt Disney World resort it is important to remember a couple of important things. First off try to plan ahead. We often dine at Disney when at the resort. The resort has some of the best food in Orlando. We see folks however try to walk up and get an in park reservation on the spot which just isn't going to happen in season. During the off season it is possible but your best bet is to use the app. As soon as you know you will be at the resort plan out your dining to get the best places and times. You can always change your mind and at most places cancel up to 3hrs before the reservation with no penalty. Plan ahead and start enjoying some of the best meals in any land. Most places are not that much more than counter service for much better food and ambiance and it gives you a little time out of the heat.
    Visited July 2023
    Written 7 July 2023
  • ma a
    7 contributions
    Still Enjoyable - Still Expensive
    Only had one day this trip so purchased 2 adult one day hopper passes ($$$). Had to wake up at 7a to reserve spot in virtual queue for Tron. Our spot was not called until almost 4p so we had to stay in Magic Kingdom until then. Started in back of park and worked our way to the front. We were able to do all the rides we wanted (skipped the little kiddie rides like Dumbo, Winnie the Pooh etc). It was very hot so we alternated between rides and indoor, a/c shows like Mickey's Philharmagic. Still had time to go to Epcot for dinner without a reservation they still got us in! Rode the new Remy ride. This was the longest actual line we waited in all day (75min). Rode 2 other rides before park closed. Getting into park was biggest challenge. If you have an eye glass case - take it out of your bag before walking thru security check. Had to wait in another line to have my bag checked and wasted a lot of time for nothing.
    Visited July 2023
    Travelled with family
    Written 9 July 2023
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Elaine N
1 contribution
Feb 2024 • Family
Save your money. We took our kids 30 years ago and had a blast. We took the grandkids this past weekend and rides we wanted to go on were either "temporarily unavailable" or you had to wait 2 hours in line (no seats) for a 2 minute ride. Definitely not worth the money. Food was way overpriced. It rained the days we were at the park and a dollar store parka cost $10. They should have been giving them away with the billions of dollars they made last year. Corporate greed. Shame on you disney - it's all about the money and not the guest experience. I will give them credit for the pleasant employees we met. They were well trained for customer service. I also give them credit for allowing customers to bring their own snacks and water into the parks. But beyond that it was a total waste of money. We went to ride the rides and the ones we wanted were either unavailable or spend 2 hours waiting in line. Will never recommend to anyone or go there again. It was pure torture!!!
Written 20 February 2024
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Marie H
Colchester, UK17 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
The rides are good for children / adults if you can bear the queues. We have been many times before but this time we felt like 2nd class citizens. Previously you were allowed to book a fast pass about twice a day. Now you have to buy them, whilst I understand this makes good business sense (Universal have been doing it for years), it makes the ordinary queues much longer.

You would be standing in the general queue and the person counting people on would ALWAYS let ALL the fast pass people go before any of the general queue. Do they forget we bought tickets too?

You might agree to queue for 30 minutes and end up queuing for nearly an hour, this is unacceptable. We will not visit any Disney park in the future.
Written 14 February 2024
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Stay30696177425
1 contribution
Feb 2024 • Family
Rides constantly breaking down, nothing like waiting for 90 minutes then told they were closing the ride. Then looking at the map and seeing other rides temporarily closed. Very frustrating both days at the parks.
Written 13 February 2024
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hira H
3 contributions
Feb 2024 • Family
Need to update the Map/Guide books with the updated information. Also the numbers they use on the map should be on the actual building to be identified. Should have a better plan for Disney Princess meet up. Each park should have all the princesses in 1 building so kids can enter from one end and meet all by the time they get out… it’s very difficult to stand to meet 1 or 2 Princess and wait each time 1 hr plus. Should open at least 1 Halal Zabiha restaurant each park; as good amount of Muslim tourist will be accommodated and happy.
Written 13 February 2024
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Melanie D
3 contributions
Feb 2024 • Family
My family booked a WDW vacation with a travel agent. We had to leave 1 day early due to a family death.
My agent talked to WDW to request a refund. They said I needed to request and I did. They said they couldn’t help me. I was given a number to call for a refund. When I called, I was told my agent needed to call. I told them she had and they wouldn’t help her. She said to have her call again. The agent called again. They wouldn’t help her saying that I needed to handle it, but they won’t help either of us. Just tell me I’m not getting a refund. STOP placating me with the promise of one and then never giving me an answer. FRUSTRATING to say the least. I had more respect for Disney than I do now for giving me the run-around especially at this trying time for our family.
Written 10 February 2024
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Departure03359873128
1 contribution
Feb 2024 • Family
Absolutely a waste of money! All digital reservations, genie, lighting lane BS, all to confuse you and catch you up so they can steal your money. Avoid Disney parks! Total lack of customer service...the place has really gone down hill! Not the Disney you remember!
Written 9 February 2024
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Dazza R
Walton-On-Thames, UK1 contribution
Overcrowded, if you can’t afford to pay for all the extras it’s basically standing in line for 2 rides.

I’m 44 now, my parents dreamed of taking me as a kid, and for that reason I travelled to the states with my daughter to tell my mum what it was like, spent crazy amounts of money and feel it wasn’t worth the effort, totally disappointed.

I doubt my daughter would want to take the next generation.

Apart from the queues unless you have a Disney PHD, you will be out thought by all the loopholes, nothing magic about this.

Avoid, save your money and go somewhere nice on holiday.
Written 8 February 2024
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Paul S
4 contributions
Nov 2023 • Family
Disney has been fantastic through the years for our family, but I don't think I can stomach watching the Genie lines continue to go quicker after we already paid $1,000 per day for our family to get in and now we need to shell out more money to go on more than a few rides per day. What happened to the manual fast passes free to everyone that has already paid? Instead, Disney has rolled out a complicated "Genie/Caste" system that separates the middle class from the Rich. If your middle class, you can stand in a line for a couple of more hours because the $1,000 per day you spent for your family to get in isn't enough.
Written 4 February 2024
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Gary C
1 contribution
Jan 2024 • Couples
I learned this trip to a Disney resort that Disney employees search every room at their resorts every day. Often you have no idea they did it because you are out. I voiced my displeasure with this after a knock at the door informing me they need to search my room. Their claim is that its for safty and security. Looking for potentially dangerous things. Sure enough they have in fine print that they reserve the right to do this. This is very misleading because they should be up front and say we are doing this every day whether you like it or not. So think about this. Your child runs back to the room to find a stranger searching your room. There are so many problems with this scenario. Let that sink in! Current Disney management have removed the magic. I'm done with Disney!
Written 31 January 2024
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Rebecca S
1 contribution
As magical as ever! I grew up being able to go to Disney World, and am grateful for the option being my children. It’s open later hours in order to maximize our time and inclusive for all. The kids loved it and so did we, as adults!
Written 28 January 2024
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Walt Disney World Resort admission prices can vary. Entrance tickets currently cost ₹ 31,157.17, while a popular guided tour starts around ₹ 9,885.36 per person.