What's the difference between the Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort?
The primary difference is that the Walt Disney World Resort is in Orlando, Florida while the Disneyland resort is in Anaheim, California.
The Walt Disney World Resort is home to 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, the ESPN Wide World of Sports, over 25 resorts, 250 restaurants and so much more. At the Disneyland Resort, there are 2 theme parks, 3 resorts, and 23 restaurants. There is also a considerable land size difference between the two destination. Disneyland is only 100 acres while the Walt Disney World Resort is 40 square miles or roughly the same size as San Francisco!
What is a Story Guide?
A Story Guide is a Your Story Travel agent who specializes in providing you personal, concierge vacation planning service
A Story Guide works with you to determine what type of vacation expierience you would like to have and then uses their knowledge and expertise to guide you through this chapter of your story.
How do I get started with the planning process?
Getting started is easy. Simply contact us for a free, no obligation quote and one of our Story Guides will reach out to you as soon as possible to work with you.
Walt Disney World Resort
How far in advance canI book a trip to Disney World?
At trip to the Walt Disney World Resorts should be planned, at minimum, between 3-6 months in advance.
It takes a lot of planning to visit the Walt Disney World Resort. Park reservations are required to enter a park and dining reservations are made 60 days in advance. The further out you plan your vacation, the better your chance of getting the reservations and experiences you want.
Is the Walt Disney World Resort open?
Yes. The Walt Disney World Resort is open.
There are some Disney Resort hotels and other areas that are not, as of this time, being scheduled for reopening yet. All Guests, including Disney Resort hotel Guests, must have both valid park admission and a theme park reservation to enter one of the parks.
Can I make payments on a Walt Disney World Resort Vacation?
A deposit of $200 will hold your reservation and you can make periodic payements on your vacation. This layaway program allows us to hold your room and start the planning process. Your vacation must be paid in full 30 days prior to your arrival and is 100% refundable up to 30 days prior to your arrival.
How much does a Walt Disney World Resort vacation cost?
The price can vary greatly.
A trip to the Walt Disney World Resorts can vary greatly and is based on the experience you are looking to have. With so many wonderful, varying options, the best way to get an idea of the cost is to contact us for a free, no obligation quote.
When should I book a Walt Disney World vacation?
As soon as possible.
Due to Covid protocols, avaliability at the Walt Disney World Resorts is limited so we recomend that as soon as you know you want to visit, you should contact us to book your visit. The further out you plan to visit, the more likely you are to get all the reservations you are looking for.
Is the Disneyland Resort Open?
Yes. The Disneyland Resort is currently open to California residents.
As required by California directive, the Disneyland Resort is only welcoming in-state visitors in parties no larger than 3 households at this time. Certain theme parks, hotels, restaurants and other locations are limited in capacity and subject to restricted availability or even closure based on guidance from health experts and government officials. Furthermore, certain attractions, experiences, services and amenities are modified, have limited availability or remain closed. Park admission and offerings are not guaranteed.
Is Universal Studios open?
Universal Studios is open with Covid protocols in place to ensure your safety. Enhanced cleaning is in place and face coverings are required indoors and in ride queues but things are starting to get back to normal.
Are Universal Studios park tickets refundable?
Once purchased, park tickets are non-refundable and must be paid in ful at the time of purchase. This policy does not apply to park tickets which were purchased as part of a Universal Studios package that includes a resort reservation.