Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Parking Restrictions Extend to ALL Resorts Over Holiday Season

Effective today, Walt Disney World Resort hotel parking restrictions have now been extended to all resorts over the holiday season. Only guests staying at that particular resort or with a confirmed dining reservation are allowed to park. However, this parking privilege does not apply to guests who have placed a mobile order or who intend to eat at a quick service location.

This policy, which happens every year around this time, is in effect throughout the year at select resort hotels. Enforcement depends on the security Cast Members. Some of the resorts that enforce it on a more regular basis include Disney’s Riviera Resort, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, Disney’s Beach Club Resort, and Disney’s BoardWalk Inn.

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If you do not meet the parking requirements for one of the Walt Disney World hotels, it is recommended to park at Disney Springs, which offers free parking, and take Disney transportation to the resort hotel. Another option is to park at a theme park and take Disney transportation from there, although this may incur parking fees if you are not an Annual Passholder with free parking benefits.

Will this affect you this holiday season? Let us know in the comments below.

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3 thoughts on “Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Parking Restrictions Extend to ALL Resorts Over Holiday Season”

  1. Dec 12th, Family and I went to Art of Animation Resort to get our Mobil order and security guy told us we had to park at Disney Springs and bus over. Dropped family off at resort and 3 of us who had cars had to take the bus over. Very inconvenient just for a Mobil order pickup.

  2. So – all the parking fees that Disney has been collecting are going where ? Not to maintain or add parking? There is probably a need for restrictions because of to much demand. Not a hater, just asking obvious question.


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