Complimentary standard self-parking is available while you enjoy select dining, shopping, entertainment, and recreation experiences at this Resort. Learn more about parking at Walt Disney World Resort.
Also know, can I park at Disney Resort before check in?
Yes, you are welcome to check in at your Disneyland Resort Hotel anytime on your arrival day, although please remember that your room likely won’t be available until after about 3:00 p.m. When you arrive, feel free to park your vehicle, check in, and then store your luggage with Bell Services until your room is ready.
In this way, can I pool hop at Disney?
Unfortunately, no, you can’t pool hop at Disney resorts. If you’re staying at one resort, you can’t use the pool of another as it goes against the policies of Disney World Resorts. As Disney wants to ensure that the external visitors don’t overcrowd the pools, they follow the rules strictly.
Can you bring guests to Disney pools?
Unfortunately, the pools may only be used by registered hotel Guests. You are welcome, though, to invite your friend to hang out in your room, explore the beautiful grounds, or enjoy a meal with you at one of the dining locations at your resort hotel.
You’ll be glad to know that anyone can enjoy Dining at a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel. You do not need to be a Guest staying at the Resort and Guests staying at off-site Hotels are welcome to dine anywhere they wish to.
Disney Vacation Club Members receive complimentary overnight parking at their resort when staying at any Walt Disney World Resort using their Membership. This would include a stay in a villa booked with Vacation Points or any standard room booked with Reservation Points.
Complimentary standard self-parking is available while enjoying select dining, shopping, entertainment, and recreation experiences at Disney Resort hotels.
How to Avoid Parking Fees at Disney World Parks
- Tables in Wonderland Dining Reservation. …
- Stop to Shop/Dine at a Hotel and then Make a Quick Visit. …
- Stay On-Site and Rely on Disney Transportation. …
- Rent DVC Points or Own DVC. …
- Become an Annual Passholder. …
- Stay Off-Site at a Hotel with a Shuttle.
Compared to the rest of our trip, the benefit was worth it. You do a LOT of walking at Disney and those parking lots are hellscapes, especially in the summer. People don’t really realize how big the parking lots are.