The Best Disney World Hotels for Large Groups

Are you planning a trip to Disney World with a BIG group? You might be wondering how to find a hotel that can accommodate everyone in your party without sacrificing space — or your budget.

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Yes, it IS possible to find a hotel on Disney World property that can work for large groups of people! There are options ranging from the lower end of the price spectrum all the way up to a HUGE splurgeso you might want to take a look at your budget and check out our list!

Value Resorts

Disney’s All Star Music Resort

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is a value resort, which means it typically has some of the lower costs of hotels in Disney World, and the Family suites are a really great option if you’re on a strict budget but still want Disney perks, especially if you’re planning on driving to and from the parks. The family suites can accommodate up to six adultsand they include one queen bed and two queen size murphy beds.

All Star Music Family Suite Kitchen

In addition to two bathroomsthe All-Star Music family suites also have a kitchenette so you can cut down on eating costs! These suites are typically in the $300 to $600 per night range. So, keep in mind that you can also book regular rooms at any value resort and request connecting roomsalthough Disney can’t always guarantee your request.

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Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort is another value resort that also has avVariety of family suites available! The buildings themed to cars, Finding Nemoand the Lion King have suites that can accommodate up to six adultswith rooms included one queen bed, one double-size murphy bed, other one double-size sleeper sofaas well as two bathrooms and a kitchenette.

Art of Animation ‘Cars’ Family Suites

Art of Animation has the benefit of being located on the Disney Skyliner line, but it can also be on the the pricier side of Disney’s value resorts, with the family suites typically ranging from $500 to $800 per night — sometimes more during peak visit times. At those prices, you might want to consider upgrading to another hotel!

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Moderate resorts

The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort cabins are a popular spot for large groups, with the option for groups to rent side-by-side cabins if they need extra room. Each cabin can sleep up to six adultsand they come with one queen bed, one double-size sleeper sofaand one bunk bed. You will also find a kitchen (including a dishwasher and two burners!) and a full refrigerator.

Fort Wilderness Cabin©Disney

If the cabins aren’t your thing, you can also consider the RV or camping options at Fort Wilderness, and in either case it’s a great area for your group to explore. At the end of the night, everyone can sit around a fire pit and relax after a long day at Disney World! Prices can range from $300 to $700 per night (or more), so it’s not a huge difference from Art of Animation, but it does offer a bit more privacy.

Read more about Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort restaurants here!

Disney’s Port Orleans — Riverside Resort

If your group is more in the medium-size category with five or fewer people, Disney’s Port Orleans — Riverside Resort can be a great option! In select rooms, you can opt for a child-size pull-down bed in addition to two queen beds.

Port Orleans—Riverside

Better yet, the Port Orleans Resorts also provide boat transportation to Disney Springs. Why is this important? Sometimes in a group you need to consider everyone’s interests and needs — and not everyone wants to do the same thing all the time. Choosing a resort with alternative transportation options is a great way to keep everyone happy!

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Deluxe resort

Disney’s Riviera Resort

Disney’s Riviera Resort boasts some of the biggest rooms on Disney World property, but it’s definitely a splurge. A 3-Bedroom Grand Villa sleeps up to 12 adultswith one king bed, four queen bedsand one queen sleeper sofaincluding a full kitchena formal dining areaand three full bathrooms. 2 bedroom villas that sleep up to nine adults are also an option!

Disney’s Riviera Resort

Riviera Resort is located on the Skyliner line, so you have multiple transportation options too. What’s the catch? The 3-Bedroom Grand Villas can run you anywhere from over $2,000 to $4,000 per NIGHT. Now that’s a splurge!

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Disney’s Old Key West Resort

Disney’s Old Key West Resort has both single rooms and multi-bedroom villas, with the villas often being a better value than the regular rooms. These suites have lots of space, great amenities, and are often reasonably priced, especially if you rent Disney Vacation Club points! Choose from 1-Bedroom (up to five adults), 2-Bedroom (up to nine adults)or 3-Bedroom Villas (up to twelve adults).

Old Key West Resort

If you remember the prices at Disney’s Riviera Resort, the 3-Bedroom Grand Villas at Old Key West typically range from $1,800 to $2,900 per night, which is much lower than Riviera Resort! Also, boat transportation to Disney Springs is available, which is a good option if someone in your group prefers to skip the parks for some shopping and dining at Disney Springs.

Check out a popular form of transportation at Disney’s Old Key West Resort!

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

the Treehouse Villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa are a really unique and fun way to host a big group at Disney World! These villas are located in wooden areas, with room for up to 9 adultsincluding two queen beds, one queen-size sleeper sofa, one bunk bedand one twin-size sleeper chair.

©Disney || Treehouse Villa

The Treehouse Villas have three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a full kitchenand they’re even elevated off the ground for a true treehouse feel. These villas typically range from $1,000 to $2,000 per nightand they make for an unforgettable Disney World visit!

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Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

And the biggest splurge of them all might be the Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. The Bungalows sleep up to eight adultswith one king bed, one queen bed, one queen-size pull-down bedand two single pull-down bedsand they come with a private deck complete with a plunge pool other Views of Magic Kingdom.

Bora Bora Bungalow at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Depending on the time of year, the bungalows can range in price from $3,000 to nearly $6,000, so this isn’t exactly an easy buy for many of us. Note that during Magic Kingdom fireworks shows, the speakers in the bungalows pipe in the music along with the show, and you have a great view!

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So if you’re traveling with a big group at Disney World, you have options, but you might want to take a look at your budget. Keep following DFB for more Disney hotel news and recommendations!

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