Disney Grand Floridian Resort Rooms


    Rooms at Grand Floridian  Rooms at Grand Floridian

The rooms at Grand Floridian will offer your family modern luxury resort ammenities while making them feel right at home. Disney's Grand Floridian rooms are decorated in a Victorian style with a cheerful color palette.

There are 867 standard rooms and 25 deluxe suites located within the main building and 6 lodges (See Our Map). Each of the lodge buildings are named after the islands of the Florida Keys...Sago Cay, Sugarloaf Key, Conch Key, Boca Chica and Big Pine Key.

Rooms rates at the Grand Floridian start at $540 per night in low season for rooms in one of the outer lodges.  Generally all of the standard room floor plans are fairly much the same throughout the resort. Room prices increase based on preferred room locations. Expect to pay upgraded prices for rooms in the Main building closer to public areas and of course, rooms in specific lodges with views of the Magic Kingdom and evening fireworks.

Grand Floridian floor plan


STANDARD KING - Offers 1 King bed with a sleeper sofa. This room sleeps a family of 4 (plus one infant under the age of 3)

STANDARD DOUBLE - offers TWO queen beds and a day bed will sleep 5 (plus one infant under the age of 3) 

Standard room features include...

  • Free Internet Wifi

  • Ipod alarm clock docking station

  • Mini fridge

  • Coffee Maker

  • Flatscreen TV

  • Iron & board

  • Hair dryer

  • laptop size safe

GRAND FLORIDIAN DELUXE ROOMS -Most Deluxe category rooms are located in the Main building with prices from $920 per night. There are 15 King rooms that will allow 2 adults only. 9 of these rooms have jetted tubs in the bathrooms and balconies that view the Magic Kingdom. The remaining King rooms are end turret or rounded rooms that have floor to ceiling windows, no balconies, no jetted tubs with views of the resort.  There are also 6 standard deluxe rooms that will sleep 4 that offer views of the pool or beach.

There is one category deluxe room located in the outer buildings and are the turret, end rooms. The price of these rooms starts at about $630 per night and will sleep a family of five. These are larger open floor plan rooms with the sleeper sofa in the turret area.


Grand Floridian Club Rooms standard and deluxe rooms offer the same floor plan details and room features but offer additional guest services...

  • In Room DVD players

  • Evening Turndown

  • Pre-arrival Walt Disney World Resort itinerary planning by Disney Castmembers

  • Complimentary health club access

  • Complimentary newspapers in Club Level lounge

  • Secured key access to the Royal Palm (off main lobby via gold elevators) and Sugar Loaf club-level lounge, serving refreshments 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily

The lounges offer additional daily snacks and food served to club level guests throughout the day...

  • Complimentary Coffee service 6:30am

  • Continental Breakfast served 7am-10:30am

  • Refreshments, snacks and dips 11:10am - 2pm

  • Afternoon Tea from 2:30pm - 4pm

  • Evening Appetizers served 5-7pm

  • Cordials and desserts offered from 8-10pm


For guests who want or need additional space, luxury and service, there are 25 ONE and TWO bedroom suites. Due so the very distinct architecture of Disney's Grand Floridian, there are 10 distinct floor plans of suites offered.

  • All suite guests can enjoy full club services and amenities
  • These luxury suites offer close to 1000 sq. ft for the one bedrooms up to nearly 2,200 sq. ft for the Presidential Suite.
  • All offer at least two separate bathrooms
  • Private Master Bedroom for parents separated by a door
  • Suite guests enjoy the best views and locations

1 bedroom suite prices start at $1,389 per night while 2 bedroom suites begin at $2,148 per night.  Depending on the specific Floor plan, 1 bedroom suites will sleep from 2-6 people  while two bedroom suites will sleep a maximum of 8 people (Plus infant under 3).

For the ULTIMATE Grand Floridian Disney Fan Experience, consider a stay in either the Grand Floridian's Walt Disney or Roy O. Disney suite. Both are 2 bedroom, 1,700 sq. ft. Suites located on the 4th and 5th floors of the main building accessed by the gold elevators. Roy's room offers a polo theme while Walt's Room reflects his love of trains. Both suites offers guests the chance to live with one of a kind Disney Art and family memorabilia...truly a magical experience your family will remember forever....Ask Us for Details!


NOTE*** - May 2013  Disney is currently constructing 147 Disney Vacation Club Villas on the southern edge of the property expected to open in 2014. These new units will consist of studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom condo style villas that can be booked by DVC club members.  If these units are not occupied by DVC club members then they are offered for sale to the General public 6 prior to arrival. These additional Grand Floridian units will be the second DVC club building on the monorail system following the Contemporary's Bay Lake Towers. Please feel free to contact us for more questions and more details.