Beginning March 21, guests staying overnight at Walt Disney World resorts will be charged a fee for parking. WFTV’s Steve Barrett has the details:
Overnight guests staying at Walt Disney World hotels soon will pay nightly fees for parking their cars, a spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
The new policy applies to visitors who book reservations on or after March 21.
The amount will vary, depending on the level of accommodations. At what Disney refers to as a value resort, which includes the All-Star hotels and Pop Century, the charge will be $13 per night. For the moderate resorts (such as Port Orleans or Coronado Springs), it will be $19 a night. On the deluxe end of the scale – including Animal Kingdom Lodge, the Yacht and Beach resorts and the monorail hotels – it’s $24 per night.
Visitors who are at the Disney World hotels just for dining or shopping experiences will not be charged for their parked vehicles, the spokeswoman said.