Family travelers, here’s your chance to snag some incredible deals for travel to Disney. Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels now offer sizzling travel offers nearby Walt Disney World Theme Parks. Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels include seven properties with spacious accommodations, luxurious amenities, dining and recreation offerings. Each is an Official Walt Disney World Hotel.
Here’s a look at current summertime promotions:
Book a guestroom at one of the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels now through Aug. 31, for stays through Aug. 31, for special rates.
- B Resort & Spa: Rates starting from $139
- DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando: Rates starting from $137 and 50 percent off resort fee
- Drury Plaza Hotel Orlando: Rates from $185 with promo code THRILL
- Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace: Rates starting from $186
- Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista: Rates starting from $169
- Holiday Inn Orlando Disney Springs: Rates starting from $108
- Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista: Rates starting from $97
Teacher Appreciation rates are also applicable at the same hotels, bookable through Aug. 15 for travel through Sept. 4. Each of the Disney Springs Resort Area Hotels include daily bus shuttle service to all Walt Disney World Theme Parks, exclusive 30-minute early entry to any theme park every day, and the ability to book tee times up to 90 days in advance with discounts on greens fees and rental equipment at all four Walt Disney World golf courses.
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