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The 10 Most Expensive Disney Park Hotels

There’s no better way to visit Disney than to go all-out with the accommodations and meals and fully indulge in every aspect of the Disney experience. There are certainly no shortage of options in this area, as there are various venues all within the same area that are designed to please all types of demands and personalities. You can afford to be selective – if you can afford to pay for your stay. Some of the features within the hotels are mind-blowing and designed for pure pleasure and self indulgence. Let’s take a look at the 10 Most Expensive Disney Park Hotels, and all the cool things they have to offer.

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10 Yellowstone Suite, Disney's Wilderness Lodge

This massive, 729 room wilderness lodge is located very close to the Magic Kingdom, and mimics a National Park lodge in its design. This hotel has a rustic, natural theme, complete with a hot spring-style pool area. Anyone looking for a unique setting complete with its own ambiance is going to be happy here. It’s close enough to Disney to get you there quickly, but tucked away enough to feel like a magical retreat after the chaos and noise of a busy day at the theme park. The rooms are luxurious and the shopping here is astounding. All this can be had for $1,000 a night, if you’re so inclined to indulge in the experience.

9 Steeplechase Suite, Disney's Boardwalk Inn

This creative space is designed to look like a boardwalk and is heavily themed at every corner. The boardwalk effect is extended throughout the design of this hotel, which boasts massive rooms and King beds with one and a half baths. If you’re wealthy enough you can stay in the Steeplechase Suite which offers stunning views of Crescent Lake, the boardwalk, and Disney’s Yacht club. All you need to do to obtain this incredible space and indulge in their fine cuisine is spend $2,500 a night for your stay.

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8 Princess Suite, Disney's Polynesian Resort

When in Disney, you may as well stay in a Princess Suite. There’s nothing quite like this gem of a resort. Themed with Polynesian spirit in mind, this venue has over 847 rooms and suites situated on massive grounds. There are several buildings and longhouses, giving guests the sensation of being part of a greater community during their stay. Customer service is unmatched and some rooms offer views of Cinderella’s Castle as well as the marina. You can watch fireworks nightly from your private balcony, and this can all be your's at the cost of $1,500 per night.

7 Royal Palm Club Level Suite, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Situated close to the mono rail, guests of the Royal Palm Club Level Suite have quick and easy access to the theme park at any time. Guests who stay here will enjoy a Victorian theme, a phenomenal spa experience, and a wide range of restaurants serving gourmet cuisine. There are two pools at this resort, as well as a full and private beach. The spa treatments they offer here are one-of-a-kind and will quickly have you fully relaxed and forgetting that you have spent $2,000 a night just to stay here.

6 Presidential Suite, Disney's Contemporary Resort

Convenience is key when you’re spending upwards of $2,000 a night to stay at this venue, and your convenient commute to the theme park is guaranteed here! One of the biggest features of this facility is the fact that the mono rail literally runs right through it. There’s no confusion or complexity involved in venturing back and forth throughout the day. Guests who stay here will be greeted with stunning views over the magic kingdom. There is a full sized fridge in the luxury rooms, along with massive bathrooms and a private whirlpool in each suite.

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5 Four Seasons Resort Orlando

How would you feel about spending $70,000 a night to stay here? Yes, that’s right; $70,000 is the price tag to spend a night at the Four Seasons Resort, Orlando. Known as the most expensive hotel option, by far, this Disney attraction provides a temporary home for some of the wealthiest Disney fans who want the most luxurious vacation experience. This massive nightly investment doesn’t just get you a room though – not to worry – when you spend this much you are actually renting the entire 16th floor of the hotel. You’ll have access to 21 decorated bedrooms, more than 25 bathrooms, and all the best in amenities. Of course, a nightly fireworks show takes place just outside of your window each evening.

4 Newport Presidential Suite, Disney's Beach Club

If you’d like a private beach and a luxurious Disney experience, you need not look any further than the Newport Presidential suite at Disney’s Beach Club. This facility has its very own water park, round-the-clock concierge, massive bedrooms with stunning views, and huge rolling grounds that span over the 25 acre area overlooking Crescent Lake. Every possible amenity you can imagine is available at your fingertips, and concierge is on call at all times to make sure you have everything you need. We’d hope so, since you have to spend a minimum of $2,000 a night to stay here.

3 Royal Asante Presidential Suite, Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge

This has to be one of the coolest hotel adventures possible. Imagine walking out of your room and seeing exotic animals roaming the grounds. Well, if you stay at this hotel, you won’t have to imagine anything – your wish is their command! The spectacular views within the most exclusive rooms in this facility are equivalent to a trip to the zoo. Animals graze the grounds, and the experience is unforgettable. Rooms here start at $2400, but if you have a bit more to spend and you can book the Royal Asante Presidential Suite, you can have up to 8 people stay comfortably in your room, and you have a private balcony that overlooks the Animal Kingdom!

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2 Captain's Deck Suite, Disney's Yacht Club Resort

If you’re booked at the Captain’s Deck Suite at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, you really have no need to leave the resort to do anything. You will be close to everything, so it’s easy to go whatever you wish, we just don’t think you’ll want to leave. This resort features a fabulous beach, a lazy river, amazing sandy-bottomed pools, and a super cool replica shipwreck that has multiple slides built in, for supreme water fun. The spacious rooms all have walk-in closets and stunning garden views. For $2,000 a night, you can also have your pick of some of the best (and most expensive) restaurants in the immediate area.

1 Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

For $1,000 a night you can stay at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and indulge in the finest, most luxurious spa experiences that money can buy. Famous for its spas and rolling golf course greens, this hotel is a Victorian-style Resort which is at the edge of Lake Buena Vista. There are gorgeous multi-bedroom villas on site, each with their own pools and full access to the spa. Dining options are plentiful if you feel up to venturing onto a luxurious boat for a luxury boat ride to get to them. While there are lots of fun activities to participate in, and the theme park is nearby, you may never want to leave the luxurious relaxation of your villa suite!

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