5. Larger Rooms
Two of the five Magic Kingdom resorts were the first built on property: the Polynesian Village Resort and the Contemporary Resort. This means that the rooms in these resorts are bigger than more recently built resorts since the focus when they were built in 1971 was on the guest experience, not maximizing profits. Obviously, guests will pay a premium for these rooms based on their size and proximity to the parks, but at the end of the day, it is nice to return quickly to your room and have some additional space to stretch out in and relax!