Previously, we discussed the Benefits of Staying On Disney World Property. However, did you know staying off-site has its benefits too? Below are the Top 4 Benefits To Staying Offsite For a Disney Vacation, plus recommendations. There are many reasons to not stay on property, it is up to what works best for your group.
Off-site hotels are generally less expensive than staying on-site. Also, many offer free shuttle services to Disney Parks (just be sure to double-check how often this service runs). Look for ones that include other perks such as free breakfast, free wifi and more. All hotels will offer pools as well.
Hotel rooms are typically larger (with more value for your money). Often including a kitchenette or even a full kitchen, which can help save on food expenses as well, making it easier to prepare food in room. Staying off site will often give you actual rooms as well, which is great for children at bedtime and large families/groups. Many Disney resorts only offer open concepts (1 room, 1 bathroom).
Easier to visit nearby attractions. When you are not staying in the “Disney bubble” it is easier to break away and check out other area attractions such as the beach or Universal Studios and Sea World. For those that find Disney overwhelming, staying off-site can be a nice break from the parks.
Last Minute Deals
Staying off-site means its easier to grab last-minute deals. With options on your side, you can search bargain hotel websites to score low prices on your stay. Unlike Disney where booking in advance has its advantages, staying offsite deals can be found at any time. Tip – if you are a member of any hotel rewards programs, these can be used. Beware of Scams.
Wyndham Lake Buena Vista and Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista make up the Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Disney Springs Resort located at Disney Springs Resort area. The resorts are within walking distance to Disney Springs and offer continuous shuttle services to and from the Disney parks. Also, read Orlando, Florida Area Hotels Near Walt Disney World.
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