Walt Disney World Resort Hopping

cropped-WDWLogo_version2300x225-1.pngWDW Resort Hopper aspires to become a go-to resource for Walt Disney World Resort Hopping.

Many fan sites address the topic, but none specialize it in. This one will.

My name is Susan, and I love the Walt Disney World Resorts. Staying “on property” is a big part of the fun. If you don’t get a chance to spend time at your Resort, or get to Resort Hop, you are missing out!

Besides, no park ticket required!

Can you relate to any of these? 

  • I’ve been to Disney World dozens of times, but I’ve never seen Fort Wilderness.
  • I’ve never been to Disney World, but I can’t afford the park ticket prices.
  • I’ve been to Disney World a few times, but every day is spent at the parks.  I never make time to relax.
  • I’ve never been to Disney World. It’s for kids.
  • I’ve been to Disney World a few times, but I always spend more money than I should. 

These are all valid Disney concerns! I will address them all and more.

Here, you will learn how to enjoy visiting the hotels on Walt Disney World property. Many a Disney fan calls this Resort Hopping.

Disney World Resort Hopping is something you can do if you’ve got a few hours to spare, a whole day, or even several days. I have made a entire trip out of Resort Hopping over several days. I had so much fun. And I will be doing it again this summer (with one “After Hours” park visit). 

Resort Hopping can be done over several reservations, too. You can split a  stay at multiple Disney World Resorts to get a true feel of several full Resort experiences. Every Walt Disney World Resort offers its own unique taste of Disney magic.

You can also eat your way around the Resorts. Simply make reservations!

Guests who stay at any Walt Disney World Resort have the advantage of using Disney transportation during their Resort Hopping experience. You’ll learn about those advantages and more right here.

I had the opportunity to visit every Walt Disney World Resort in a single visit. It was a bit of a whirlwind, but I have some great tips to share so that you, too, can explore Walt Disney Resorts during your future stay.

Check back again. Good stuff coming.  Contact us with feedback, ideas or questions.