7. Premium accommodations
For Disney World Resort stayers in pursuit of premium accommodations there are plenty of high-end lodgings to choose from that start at the $1,000 level. But some go even higher than that, like Animal Kingdom Lodge’s Royal Asante Presidential Suite, which averages around $2,225 to nearly $3,000 a night. This Kilimanjaro Club Level suite with concierge sleeps up to eight and features countless in-room amenities as well as awe-inspiring views of the Arusha savanna. Likewise, at Disney’s Contemporary Resort you can enjoy a stay in a two-bedroom suite in Bay Lake Tower. Ranging around $2,070 a night, feast your eyes on impeccable views of the Magic Kingdom and delight in several in-room features that even include a full-sized refrigerator and enormous king-sized bathroom with a whirlpool tub. The private Bora Bora Bungalows at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort come with all the amenities of home, as well as extra perks that include but are not limited to a full-service kitchen and plenty of sleeping spaces. But there are also a host of specialty features as well, like in-mirror bathroom televisions and even private plunge pools located on each bungalow’s personal deck overlooking the Seven Seas Lagoon. The bungalows range between $2,100 and $2,900 a night.