Top 9 Cheapest Disney World Hotels: Best Budget Disney Hotels!

Updated 9/16/18. These are the cheapest Disney World hotels that you can stay at on Disney World property.

Don’t let money hold you back during your trip to Disney World. These budget Disney hotels are a fantastic option for you to stay for less!

We’re here to help!  We’ve compiled a list of the cheapest Disney World hotels for you and your family, that don’t compromise theming, luxury, and fun

These hotels are all still located on property at Walt Disney World an include many of the same perks listed in our pros and cons of ever Disney World hotel guide. There are other hotels near Disney World that may have lower nightly rates, but we believe that staying on property is worth the slightly higher rates for the extra benefits.

Disney’s All Star Movies Resort

The All Star Movies Resort is a celebration of Walt Disney films. Toy Story, Fantasia, 101 Dalmatians, Mighty Ducks, and the Love Bug are all portrayed in colorful, larger-than-life figurines. This resort has a variety of entertainment options and is a short bus ride to the Animal Kingdom.

Starting at just $96 per night, the Disney All Star Movies resort is is the cheapest Disney World resort on our list.

Disney’s All Star Music Resort

The All Star Music Resort pays homage to the popular musical genres of country, jazz, rock ’n’ roll, calypso, and Broadway show tunes. With two pools, a playground, an arcade, and shopping options, there is something to keep every toe tapping.

Starting at just $96 per night, the All Star Music resort will be music to your ears and to your wallet. This budget Disney resort is a fantastic option!

Disney’s All Star Sports Resort

The All Star Sports Resort is the perfect pick for athletes and fans alike. You’ll find baseball, basketball, football, surfing, and tennis motifs everywhere you turn. On top of that, this cheap Disney World hotel is fun for the entire family.

With a surfboard-shaped pool, a delicious food court serving up all your favorite foods, complimentary outside movies, and an affordable base price of just $96, your stay at the All Star Sports Resort is sure to be a slam-dunk.

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

The Art of Animation Resort is continually rated highly among guests and reviewers. The resort spotlights several of Disney’s most beloved animated films including Cars, Finding Nemo, Lion King, and The Little Mermaid. Besides all of the fun, themed amenities, the resort is dog-friendly and features it’s very own bus system for added convenience.

With a starting price of $127 a night, it’s easily our number one pick for those who don’t want to have to choose between immaculate theming and affordability. I highly recommend this budget Disney hotel it is a great addition to our cheapest Disney hotels list. This is widely regarded as the best of the Disney value resorts.

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

The Pop Century Resort takes you right back to the later decades of the 20th century. From bowling balls to the yoyo, experience all the most popular fads and trends of the 1950s-1990s. This resort stands out because of its multiple large, themed pools and even has a waterslide. Plus, it has its own bus system which makes for a quick trip to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

With a base price of $108 per night, the Pop Century resort is totally groovy choice for your whole family.

Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

For those who enjoy the simpler things in life, The Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort is your best bet. At just $53 a night for basic campsite, this is easily the most affordable option if you don’t mind the lack of amenities. From swimming to archery to horses to musical revues and more, there truly is enough recreation offered to keep you busy all day. Once the stars come out, you’ll sleep well in such a beautiful, serene setting. This less conventional option for staying at Disney World can bring great Disney savings.

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

The Caribbean Beach resort offers vibrant theming, larger rooms, and beautiful landscaping. Starting at just $166 per night, you can choose between the villages of of Jamaica, Aruba, Martinique, Trinidad South, or Trinidad North for your stay. Plus, the resort is fairly close to both Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, making it a convenient location no matter where you’re headed next.

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort houses a convention center, so it truly excels in terms of amenities and convenience. The resort, starting at $174 a night, is very centrally located and offers many more amenities than other similarly-priced stays including a health club, beauty salon, several pools, and more. A more professional pick, this option may not be as fun for kids. But we’re betting you’ll be too busy enjoying your pedicure in the spa to even notice.

The Coronado Springs Resort is in the midst of a large expansion which means that the rates are even lower than usual currently.

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort

Our last pick is the Port Orleans Resort. Both sides of it – the French Quarter and Riverside – begin at $194 a night. This is one of the most romantic, charming resorts you’ll find, but it has immersive theming too, making it a fun choice for both couples and children. Plus, it offers a variety of dining options and is pet friendly. And as a bonus: you’ll feel like you just stepped foot onto the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.

I love the beautiful theming and location of the Port Orleans Resort and it may the be most expensive on this list, but you can still find great discount Disney hotel prices for this property.

Booking Your Disney World Hotel

The very best way to book your Disney World resort vacation is to create a travel package by working with a travel agent. They will help you find the cheapest Disney hotel and the best Disney hotel for your budget.

We work with Get Away Today, Disney’s travel partner of over 29 years. We have been working with them here at MickeyVisit.com for 3 years now and have been blown away by their customer care and ability to find discounts.

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More Disney Hotel Planning Help

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