3. Staying on property is the best option
Whereas Disneyland only has a handful of resorts for guests to stay at onsite, Walt Disney World has several for guests to choose from and they all range in price from value to moderate to deluxe. Disney will also have sales on their rooms from time to time, making it easier and more affordable for guests to stay on property. Staying at a Disney resort makes your trip a little easier, from not having to pay for parking every time you go to a new park to being able to take a break from the parks and have a dip in the pool in the middle of the day. The resorts are also a great way to keep the magic alive even when the parks close for the day, because each resort has its own set schedule of activities that happen every day. It’s also easier if you’re flying to stay onsite because you can board Disney’s Magical Express at the airport and not have to worry about finding a taxi to your resort.