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Walt Disney World Resort

Open Now: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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This world-famous resort consists of four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, MGM Studios, Animal Kingdom), three water parks, more than 20 hotels, eight golf courses and a myriad of attractions.
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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World Drive, Orlando, FL 32830
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(407) 939-5277
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Reviewed today via mobile

Walt Disney world as a whole is fantastic. The hotels, theme parks, water parks, golf courses, mini golf and whatever else they have. Had my first visit to Disney in the summer and had a great time in the 4 main parks and Disney springs....More

Thank TA-Scott83
Reviewed 2 days ago

its a great day out for all the family,plenty things to see and do lots of rides for every one plenty of shops places to eat and drink,best to get there at open times or before and start at the back of park go by...More

Thank sunvilla3028
Reviewed 2 days ago

this resort is incredible. It goes on forever and it has so many sections that it is hard to know what you want to do first. We watched the parade of characters which was wonderful and I believe is on a regular basis. You have...More

Thank Gin2busy
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I absolutely love Disneyland and Disneyworld. I have taken my children there several times and would love to keep taking them but we as a family have decided our next trip may be the last. There are many more options for family vacations for the...More

3  Thank Amber C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really encourage everyone to review the crowd tracker websites before going! Totally night and day from the Disneyland trip with my family 2 weeks prior. Disneyland went Oct. 6 Saturday, spent $800 for a family of 4 on a total of 3 rides with an...More

Thank Newbie_Vacationer
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Obviously Disney is a lovely place to visit for young families and couples alike. However the reality is far from what one would expect from a £1000> attraction. Firstly the ride reality is 1 ride to every 10 shops, which in turn makes it feel...More

1  Thank tomjthomson5
Reviewed 3 days ago

Unforgettable experience! The price is a bit expensive (access to all 4 parks was about $185) and the lines are crazy, but you forget all of it as soon as you get to attractions or see the famous fireworks. Highly recommend the ride "Rite of...More

Thank Ulaiym I
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Visited on a one day one park ticket for a whopping $129 plus tax per person. As a Florida resident we could but the three park admission but we never stay more than 2 nights and never visit more than once a year. Given the...More

Thank Irene O
Reviewed 3 days ago

I love coming here, we really find our childhood through the animations, however, the flow should be regulated

Thank lorysamantha
Reviewed 4 days ago

Been going to Disney world since the early '80's and seen many changes some good some bad. Car parking is, as of this week $25 when we first went it was more like $9. This is outrageous and penalises visitors not staying in Disney resorts....More

Thank Peter D
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sha0fenh
22 October 2018|
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Response from tomjthomson5 | Reviewed this property |
Hey there. As VikGranger_IN said, I also don't have any personal experience with Reserved Orlando. However we booked through a 3rd party vendor also, and everything went very smoothly with cards being processed first time at... More
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LauraN198023
My family and friends are visiting Orlando for the first time in Sept/Oct 2019 (5 adults, 2 children). We are currently booked to stay at a unit in Storey Lake Resort and will be hiring a car to get around. We decided to stay offsite as it is much cheaper and by having a unit we have more space for our group size and can save money on preparing meals and doing laundry. Lately I have been second guessing my decision to stay offsite with more research about Disney's Fast pass system. Is it recommended to stay onsite just so that we can make Fast pass reservations 60 days in advance rather than 30 days if you stay offsite, and will all the fast passes for popular rides be gone by our 30 day window? We wouldn't need a car rental if we were to stay onsite but I've also heard that the Disney transportation can be bit of a nightmare (long waits, and lots of walking)? I'm quite unsure of what to do!! Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks in advance :)
21 October 2018|
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Response from Polly798 | Reviewed this property |
Disney will keep drawing you in to pay more and more to them. I was very disillusioned by Disney in comparison to Universal’s options. Off or on-site you are going to be paying out every step of the way on site so if budget... More
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Andym1976
20 October 2018|
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Response from G6Lv5 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Andy, I and my partner have taken many trips from Universal to Disney. I highly suggest Uber as it is much much cheaper than a regular taxi. A normal taxi will cost you about $40 there and $40 back. Uber cost us about... More
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