Disney has announced that valet parking is to return to Walt Disney World Resort Hotels. Due to Covid closures and modifications, Disney was forced to temporarily close certain services, and when the Walt Disney World Resort Hotels reopened, valet parking did not open with it.
Some of the resorts have already begun offering valet parking again, while others will be opening up shortly. The list has been released so that guests are prepared.
- May 1st: Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- May 2nd: Disney’s Contemporary Resort
- May 2nd: Disney’s Riviera Resort
- May 16th: Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
- May 16th: Disney’s BoardWalk Resort
- May 30th: Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
- May 30th: Disney’s Beach Club Resort
- May 30th: Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas – Kidani Village
- June 7th: Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
It is important to note that since the resorts reopened guests with disabilities have been offered parking assistance, and this will continue to be the case. So if you have a disability and are planning a trip before the official reopening of valet parking, there is no need to worry. Disney will assist guests to the best of their ability.
Valet parking at all Walt Disney Resorts costs $33 per night, whereas standard overnight parking charges per Resort Category are as follows:
- Disney Value Resorts: $15 per night
- Disney Moderate Resorts: $20 per night
- Disney Deluxe and Deluxe Villa Resorts: $25 per night
Complimentary standard parking is available to Guests staying at the Campsites at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort. Each campsite provides parking space for one (1) motorized vehicle.
Keep in mind, regarding DVC member parking fees, members parking at any DVC Resort do not pay for overnight parking. DVC members also do not pay for parking if using points to stay at other Walt Disney World Resort hotels. You can learn more about how Disney Vacation Club resale can save you thousands of dollars by reading our in-depth article about buying DVC direct vs. resale.
Have you missed the valet parking service? Are you excited for it to return to the Walt Disney World Resorts? Let us know in the comments if you prefer to use this service on your visits.