Can someone tell me if you are exempt from the $25 a day theme park parking if you stay at a good neighbor Hotel?
I just got off the phone with Disney and we do NOT get complimentary parking. Sorry.Can someone tell me if you are exempt from the $25 a day theme park parking if you stay at a good neighbor Hotel?
Incorrect! You do NOT have to pay additional to park at the Parks. It is included in your resort stay.Plus if you stay on property you not only have to pay $25 for parking at each park, BUT YOU PAY A NIGHTLY FEE TO HAVE YOUR CAR ON PROPERTY TOO!
I stand corrected...thanks! I musta had a brain fart...I knew that! BUT is it really worth staying on property when you know you will have to pay at least $15/night just to have your car!? It seems Disney is doing thing s that push guests away from the property! Maybe they have a deal with the Good Neighbor hotels to increase guests at their hotels!? Who knows!Incorrect! You do NOT have to pay additional to park at the Parks. It is included in your resort stay.
From Disney's website:
Standard theme park parking is included for registered Guests of Disney Resort hotels and select Annual Passholders. These Guests can also choose to enjoy preferred parking by paying the difference in cost between their included standard parking and preferred parking (difference is currently $20-$25 per day*).
*Pricing is seasonal and will vary based on date of visit.
Right, as the off-site properties can save you more than the $25. Question becomes does one place any value, thus more $$$ to stay on property. We are willing to pay more to be in what we consider the magic. There is a tipping point if the $$$ gap is substantial.Thank you but staying off property means I do actually have to continue paying the $25 per day to park at the parks. There is no parking at the off-site hotels. At least not most of them. The one we chose has no parking fee. This means I will only need to pay $25 a day to park at the parks. By the end of the trip we'll still come out way ahead by staying off property and just paying the $25 a day.