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There are plenty of Disney world accommodations for all level of budgets.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort traditional was built in 1971 and Disney has kept the hotel modernized over the year with regular accommodation updates. Views from your room balcony on the west side are of the Magic Kingdom and the Bay Lake from the east.
The 25-acre Disney Polynesian Resort offers 853 rooms and 5 suites, with modern space saving furniture, flat screen TVs, and a refrigerator, all in an earth-tone color scheme. Rooms may have views of the grounds, Seven Seas Lagoon or a great view of the Cinderella Castle.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa turn of the 19th century style resort is one of Disney’s newest and most luxurious hotels. Known around the world as a Honeymooner’s romantic choice of locations to visit, the Grand Floridian hotel offers more than a fantastic view of the surrounding Canary Palm and Southern Magnolias. The Floridian Spa is known for its oils created from Florida’s citrus fruit, algae and sea salt combinations.
The “Shades of Green” resort is a recreational retreat for active and retired military personnel; to members of the Reserves (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard), the National Guard, and the Department of Defense employees and their families.
This wide open and tree covered 780-acre campground offers wilderness tent camping and 784 popup and RV camp sites. At times the wilderness tent camping can become crowded but you get a picnic table.
Here are is complete list of items which you may not want to bring into Disney Theme Parks.