I agree. the video shows much better club level on offsite resorts nearby WDW that cost less. Disney charges what they charge and offer what they offer because they can.Agree but that Club looked kinda weak. Honestly getting a club room when visiting an amusement park resort is not reallyvworth it to me.
Ugh, is it? That's depressing. I had hoped it was just an attempt at the mid-century modern aesthetic but executed with at least passable-quality materials.That Edna Mode room is cheap and tacky and flimsy. The wobbly IKEA pressboard furniture!
The price is all about location. Nothing more really. And I don't see that changing.Ive said for years, that hotel will never be worth a 1000 dollars to me. 1000 should come with champagne, a huge penthouse, a huge gym, a spa, a Michelin steak house, and a personal concierge or personal butler... and shouldnt be at Disney.
Then again people pay it all the time. And Disney charges what it does.
But anywhere else 1000 would get you sooooo much more.
For less than that in Vegas you can get a penthouse (sometimes 2 story) and sometimes with a personal butler.
as an example thats a random one i found for 1200 tonight, with no discounts. There are others much cheaper.
- 1300 Square Feet
- Max Guests 4
- Butler Service
- 13-seat Bar
- Private Dining For 8
- 65" Television
- Curated Art
- Sleeper Sofa
- Marble Bathroom
- Deep-soak Tub
- Powder Room
- Walk-in Closets
Yes thats vegas vs disney.. but it shows how little you get for that price.
It is true.The price is all about location. Nothing more really. And I don't see that changing.
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