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Moderate Resorts

Moderate resorts located on Disney property are available for the reasonable average of $160 per night. These themed hotels are very popular among vacationers, and feature more amenities and modes of transportation than value resorts. The hotels in this category are as follows:

Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort reflected in Barefoot Bay

Caribbean Beach Resort

This tropical resort is built around “Barefoot Bay,” and features everything from white-sand beaches to pirate-themed rooms in order to complete the island atmosphere. The hotel itself is located in the Epcot resort area, and is accessible by bus. Amenities include a pool with a water slide, special island-themed rooms, and a Caribbean dining experience.

 

A lake view of Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, lit up in the evening

Coronado Springs Resort

Also built around a lake, Coronado Springs resort will transport you to Spanish-colonial Mexico with rustic ranches and beachfront cabanas. The hotel is located in the Animal Kingdom resort area, and is accessible by bus. Amenities include a pool with a water slide, a Mayan grill, and a health club.

 

The lobby of The Mint, the main building at Disney's Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter

Step into the Mardi Gras atmosphere of Disney’s Port Orleans – French Quarter, were cobblestone streets and gas lamps take you back to the Antebellum period. This hotel is located in the Downtown Disney resort area, and is accessible by bus or boat. Amenities include a pool with a water slide, a jazz club, and horse-drawn carriage rides.

 

The Sassagoula Steamboat Company building and marina lit up in the evening

Port Orleans Resort – Riverside

Traditional Southern hospitality sets the atmosphere of Port Orleans – Riverside, where white columns and cottages take you to the Louisiana Bayou. This hotel is located in the Downtown Disney resort area, and is accessible by bus or boat. Amenities include a pool with a water slide, royalty-themed guest rooms, and and a Southern-inspired dining hall.

 

All images courtesy of disneyworld.disney.go.com. For more information on any of these hotels, please visit the official website.

 

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