Disney Springs Hotels for Adults

Up until more recent years, there were a lot of perks exclusive to staying at a Disney-owned resort on their property.

With the revamp of Disney Springs, the hotels specifically in that area have been granted some Disney perks in 2019 and 2020 that close to what you get for staying on-property! It used to be there were no perks, aside from the lower price tag so there was more to weigh in the decision.


Disney Springs Benefits in 2019 & 2020disney springs

  • Extra Magic Hours
  • FastPass+ Reservations 60 days out (30 days for all other hotels)
  • Ticket purchase at each hotel (though I recommend buying ahead of time so you can book FastPass+)
  • Book Golf tee times 90 days out
  • Shuttles to and from the park (though they tend to come around a lot less than on-property)

A very important note about off-property hotels: account for the cost of resort fees and parking fees. These are noted for each hotel, but this can add more than $50 a night to your stay!

If you’re going to stay off-property, I strongly encourage to book one of the 7 Disney Springs hotels. Their rates are comparable to hotels in the area, but you get these extra perks for free. It’s also a great location if you like nightlife, since you’re right across the way from Disney Springs! I have also created a worksheet to help you price-compare these options that INCLUDES the parking and resort fees so you can see your REAL final price tag.


List of Disney Springs Hotels

B Resort & Spa: Not recommended

  • Newly remodeled, but complaints about wear and tear already
  • Service seems inconsistent
  • Complaints about pool lights and noise for guests with rooms near it
  • Parking fee: $22/day for self, $28/day for valet
  • Resort fee: $30/night

DoubleTree: Not Recommended

  • Spacious rooms, though dated
  • Complaints about hot water
  • Parking fee: $22+/day for self, $27/day for valet
  • Resort fee: $13.50/night

Best Western: Recommended

  • Consistent compliments on the friendly, accommodating staff
  • Clean, spacious rooms
  • Construction going on in 2019 that many feel is disruptive to an otherwise relaxing spot
  • Compliments on the breakfast buffet
  • Parking fee: $8/day for self, $12/day for valet
  • Resort fee: $13.99

Hilton – Buena Vista Palace: Recommended

  • High marks for the poolside bar and eats
  • Beautiful decor
  • Consistent thumbs up on the staff
  • Walking distance to Disney Springs
  • Parking fee: $18/day for self, $24/day for valet
  • Resort fee: $35/night

Hilton – Lake Buena Vista: Recommended

  • Consistent love for the staff
  • Spacious rooms, though some visitors note they’re dated
  • High marks on the pool & lazy river
  • Walkable to Disney Springs
  • Parking fee: $20 for either self or valet
  • Resort fee: $25/night

Holiday Inn Orlando: Recommended

  • Tons of love for the staff & their attitude
  • Spacious rooms
  • Extremely clean
  • Balcony room may snag you fireworks views
  • Parking fee: $14/day for self, $20/day for valet
  • Resort fee: $22/night

Wyndham Garden Lake Buena Vista: Not recommended

  • Complaints about age of hotel and maintenance issues
  • Guests consistently cite it’s overpriced for the experience
  • Parking fee: $20/day for either self or valet
  • Resort fee: $25/night