Disney's Grand Floridian Resort

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Grand Floridian Resort

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort


Category: Deluxe

Location: Magic Kingdom Monorail Loop / Seven Seas Lagoon

Rooms: 842 standard, 25 suites

Opened: 1988

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4401 Grand Floridian Way Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830

Phone: 407-824-3000 Fax: 407-824-3186



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 440 sq ft.

Concierge Club Level: The Royal Palm Club is located in the main building and the Sugar Loaf Key building is dedicated concierge with the lounge centrally located on the first floor.

Price: Standard rooms range $460 – $825 non-discounted rates. Club Level concierge $570 – $905. 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, wingback chair (if not an adjoining room), a desk, closet, 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 vanity is separate from the shower/bathroom and has two sinks. Deluxe rooms feature an extra sitting area in the turret.  Rooms with a view of Magic Kingdom are available.



  • 1900 Park Fare table service restaurant (breakfast and dinner character dining)
  • Citricos table service restaurant
  • Narcoosee’s table service restaurant
  • Grand Floridian Cafe table service restaurant
  • Victoria & Albert’s table service restauant
  • Gasparilla Island Grill quick service food court
  • Graden View Tea Room –  Afternoon tea and Perfectly Princess Tea Party
  • Mizner’s Lounge
  • Courtyard pool bar
  • Beaches pool bar
  • Room service



Direct monorail to Magic Kingdom, one transfer to Epcot. The Contemporary and Polynesian Village resorts are also on the Magic Kingdom monorail loop. Boats also travel to the Magic Kingdom. Bus transport to Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, all water parks, and Downtown Disney. Buses are often shared with the Contemporary and Polynesian, so rides to Animal Kingdom and water parks can take a very long time.


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