Disney's Contemporary Resort


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Disney’s Contemporary Resort


Category: Deluxe

Location: Magic Kingdom Monorail Loop / Seven Seas Lagoon & Bay Lake

Rooms: 632 standard, 23 suites

Opened: 1971

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4600 North World Drive Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Phone: 407-824-1000 Fax: 407-824-3539



Type: Standard rooms have 2 queens or 1 king plus a daybed; sleeps up to 5 guests. Suites vary in size and sleep up to 6 guests.

Room Size: Standard room is 394 sq ft.

Concierge Club Level: Atrium Club, 12th floor rooms.

Price: Standard rooms range $315 – $605 non-discounted rates. Club Level concierge $664 – $932. Visit our Travel Deals page for current discounts.

Key Room Features: Deluxe resort rooms offer enough room to spread out and relax. Standard rooms have two queen beds, a sleeper sofa, a long desk with small pull out table, 2 closets, and a small private balcony. Unfortunately, the sofa faces the same way as the wall mounted TV. All rooms have a mini fridge and coffee maker. The bathroom has two sinks, but unlike most Deluxe and Moderate rooms, they are not separate from the bathroom. The toilet is in it’s own space, but still within the bathroom. The Contemporary rooms also lack a proper dresser under the TV cabinet, so storage is a bit tight for more than two guests. Rooms with a view of Magic Kingdom are available. The Tower rooms are in the main building, while the Garden Wing rooms are in an extension off the back and can be quite a distance from the bus stop, etc.



  • California Grill table service restaurant
  • The Wave table service restaurant and lounge
  • Chef Mickey’s character dining
  • Contempo Cafe quick service food court
  • Contemporary Grounds coffee bar
  • Room service
  • The Sand Bar (poolside)
  • Outer Rim lounge



Monorail to Magic Kingdom and Epcot (transfer at TTC). Walking path to Magic Kingdom. Bus transport to Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, water parks, Downtown Disney from a single bus stop. Buses are typically shared with the Polynesian Village and Grand Floridian, making for a tedious journey and crowding during peak times. Boat to Wilderness Lodge and Fort Wilderness.

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