Low rates at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin through late August

Jun 09, 2016 in "Walt Disney World Swan Resort"

Posted: Thursday June 9, 2016 2:14pm EDT by WDWMAGIC Staff

The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort is offering special low rates throughout the summer.

Using rate code AWAKEN, you can get rates starting as low at $165 per night at the deluxe Walt Disney World resort hotel, along with 20% off services at the recently renovated Mandara Spa.

Reservations can be made at www.swandolphin.com/offers or via 1-800-227-1500 using the offer code AWAKEN. Taxes, resort services fee and gratuities not included.

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danlb_2000Jul 12, 2016

What is 1BR BWV? What "fees" are you referring to? The only mandatory fee is the $25 a night resort fee.

BigRedDadJul 12, 2016

I get 1BR BWV rooms for ~$1250 for 7 nights. No where near what the S&D would cost after all the added fees.

danlb_2000Jul 12, 2016

The only extra fees as the S&D are the resort fee, parking and transportation from the airport. Even with these extras you can still often get a room there for less then you would pay at any of the Disney Epcot area resorts.,

Horizons '83Jul 11, 2016

Just booked a quick weekend at the end of August, really cheap rates ($121 base rate, $25 Resort, plus tax a night, so roughly $173). You still really can't beat that rate for being able to walk to 2 parks.

BigRedDadJul 11, 2016

The add-ons make this a bad deal. It is just like cruise lines and other things. Hey, we got this great deal...$50 per night, no timeshare sale or anything. Until that $50 per night turns into $250 per night...$20 resort fee per guest, $15 towel charge, $20 per day parking, $25 per day if you don't have a car, $50 a day internet charge whether you use it or not, $5 per flush toilet fee with 20 flush minimum per day, adjustable $100 fee if you do not have over $200 a day in fees already.

21stampsJul 07, 2016


WDW_JonJul 07, 2016

There are a few things going on I think plus tennis and basketball areas... We just spent time at the pool and the boardwalk on lazy days... There's also the Fantasia gardens mini golf literally over the road from where the pools are so that's easy to get to... It's a great resort, no better location IMO :)

21stampsJul 05, 2016

Perfect! I'm still undecided if we are doing Epcot that day or just hanging out at the resort. I think I read that there are sports activities too, is this correct?

21stampsJul 05, 2016

Thank you!

wdwmagicJul 05, 2016

No changes currently

WDW_JonJul 05, 2016

Yes, they are around 24/7... You'd be amazed what's going on through the night as in October I took a 2 hour walk around all the conference areas and both hotels with my one year old in a stroller at 4am the day after we landed from the UK as he thought it was 9am! I got some strange looks but everyone was very friendly :)

21stampsJul 04, 2016

Has anyone been in the past few weeks, or will be there soon? Have the beaches/dock remained the same, or are they implementing similar changes like the Dosney owned resorts?

epcotisbestJun 30, 2016

According to the S&D Website, they do have a 24-hour bellstand.

epcotisbestJun 30, 2016

That sounds like a good idea. That way you can wake up already settled in. Can't answer your question as we have never arrived that late.