Walt Disney World to charge resort guests for overnight parking

- Walt Disney World has announced that as of March 21st, 2018, resort overnight parking will cost guests money. 

Standard overnight self-parking will be available to registered guests for a fee that will be applied to their hotel folio upon check out. All parking fees include applicable tax. 

Standard Overnight Parking charges per Resort Category:

  • Disney Value Resorts: $13 per night
  • Disney Moderate Resorts: $19 per night
  • Disney Deluxe and Deluxe Villa Resorts: $24 per night

Complimentary standard parking will still be available to guests staying at the Campsites at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort. Each campsite provides a parking space for one motorized vehicle.

Valet parking is also available at select Disney Deluxe Resorts and Disney Deluxe Villas for $33 per night (sales tax included).

Guests will disabilities will have designated areas throughout Walt Disney World Resort for parking. A valid disability parking permit is required.

Disney Vacation Club Members will not be charged for standard overnight self-parking when staying at a DVC Deluxe Villa, regardless or whether they use vacation points or another form of payment. Members also will not be charged to park when using vacation points to stay at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel.

Day guests may receive complimentary standard self-parking while enjoying select dining, shopping, entertainment, and recreation experiences at Disney Resort hotels.



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