Disney is considering adding a nightly resort fee to its resort hotels

Mar 09, 2016 in "Walt Disney World Resorts"

According to a recent Walt Disney World survey that has been sent out to previous guests, Disney is considering adding a nightly resort fee to its hotels.

The survey mentions a $15 per night resort fee that would include Disney's Magical Express, MagicBands, FastPass+, Resort entertainment, WiFi, Extra Magic Hours, and parking at the resort and parks.

All of these features are currently included with any Walt Disney World Resort hotel stay, but the survey proposes a $15 per night charge to cover these.

The survey goes on to ask how a resort fee would impact the decision to stay at the resort.

Resort Fees are common at other hotels, with the onsite Swan and Dolphin requiring a $25 per night fee, which includes WiFi, 2 bottles of water, long distance phone calls and access to the health club. The offsite Gaylord Palms requires a $20 resort fee, with includes internet and the health and fitness center.

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Article Posted: Mar 09, 2016 / 7:54am EST