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The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa


Address: 4401 Floridian Way
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-1000
Phone: (407) 824-3000
Resort Area: Magic Kingdom
Category: Deluxe Villas
# of Rooms: 147

Grand Floridian Resort Villas Overview

In October of 2013, The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa became the twelfth Disney Vacation Club property. Combining the charm and allure of Victorian elegance and premium service that only Disney can provide, the Villas immerse guests in a true “Jolly Holiday” vacation. All recreation options for those staying at the Grand Floridian’s main building are available to guests of the Villas. This includes two pools, watercraft rentals, dining options, shopping, and more.

Big Pine Key (Building 9) at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is currently being turned into approximately 200 Disney Vacation Club Resort Studios, each accommodating up to five people.

Featuring the Victorian elegance and charm of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, these new villas will offer Members luxury accommodations and amenities, with some villas boasting stunning views of Bay Lake and Magic Kingdom. Projected to open in summer 2022, these new villas are an expansion of The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and will be a part of its current condominium association.

As a part of Disney Vacation Club, guests purchase an annual allotment of points to use at vacation properties at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, or select locations around the world. It is Disney’s answer to a timeshare; once known as a “best kept secret,” DVC has gained major popularity since its conception in 1991.

Upon their arrival at the Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, guests are typically escorted by a cast member to the front desk of the main building to check-in. Those who arrive via their own vehicle or other means such as a Minnie Van or taxi, may proceed directly to the porte-cochère at the DVC building which is located adjacent to the Wedding Pavilion and Senses Spa. There is also a separate bell services station as well. Guests who opted for “Resort-to-Room Check-In” may go directly to their villa instead after their room number has been communicated via text message or email.

The Villas are located on the left side as you exit the main building. A charming covered walkway lined with manicured vegetation leads guests to the area – look for hidden Mickeys near the tops of the awenings. It is a very peaceful 2-3 minute walk from the lobby doors. Along the way, you’ll catch glimpses of the Beach Pool, a 111,261-gallon pool in a natural springs setting that overlooks Seven Seas Lagoon, and the Alice in Wonderland themed aquatic play area.

Once inside, guests are immediately greeted by a welcome desk and cast member. Here you can find information about the theme parks, directions to areas on the Grand Floridian grounds, and a smiling face to assist with other needs. It is not uncommon to see the same cast member at this station day after day which is a nice touch as they get to know you and your family.

The lobby itself is a perfect extension of the resort. It is most definitely “grand” in all of its glory and reflects the elegant features and ambiance of the main building. Here, the story of the original resort continues in which well-heeled vacationers of the 1890s established Florida as their winter getaway. This “golden age of travel” in which families frequented exquisite hotels around the world and populated nearby beaches is not lost at the Villas. It is instead enhanced by sprinkles of Disney magic - mostly in the form of Mary Poppins touches scattered in the lobby and guest rooms.

Sitting center stage in the lobby is a bronze fountain featuring the ever classic maître d penguins best known from the film. Over half a dozen of these friends make up the fountain as they greet guests in the early hours of the morning or after a long day of travel. Spare change is often tossed into the surrounding water which, like other “penny wishes” cast elsewhere at Walt Disney World, are collected regularly for local charities.

Throughout the atrium lobby, guests will feel welcomed and at peace. Overstuffed chairs and couches offer a great spot to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the parks. It’s also a fantastic area to enjoy a few pages of your favorite book under the light of 45-foot brass and green crystal chandeliers. Complimentary coffee service is available in this lobby from 7am to 7pm and everything you need to fix the perfect cup is right there.

Be sure to take in the decor surrounding you while doing so especially the carousel horses. One is a replica of Jingles, the most ornately decorated horse on King Arthur’s Carrousel in Disneyland, which was used as the attraction’s lead horse before the ride was automated; cast members would count the number of times Jingles made it full circle and stop the carousel appropriately. Seeing its sister horse at the Villas lobby is a nice touch.

TIP: Jingles was re-dedicated in a 2008 ceremony honoring actress Julie Andrews for her contributions to both Disneyland and Disney films. Keep your eyes open when waiting for an elevator at the Villas; Andrews' Mary Poppins umbrella makes an appearance.

Grand Floridian Deluxe Villas

Elegance and sophistication are the overriding themes within the rooms. Muted pastels compliment the neutral tones that compose the very clean and comfortable accommodations. More small touches (such as beautiful murals of Dumbo hidden in a stow-away bed) lend a bit of whimsy to the otherwise classic Victorian feel found throughout the villas. There are 147 units at the resort separated into categories from studios to three bedroom villas that sleep 5 to 13 respectively. All rooms feature spacious accommodations including granite countertops, crown molding, and mirror televisions in the bathroom areas.

  • Can accommodate a party of 4 (plus child under age 3 in crib) 
  • 1 queen-size bed, 1 full-size sleeper sofa, 1 single pull-down bed (29" x 67")
  • Small refrigerator, wet bar, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker
  • Paper plates and bowls, and plastic utensils
  • Hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and in-room safe
  • Flat panel TV  and DVD player (upon request)
  • 374 square feet

  • Can accommodate a party of 5 (plus child under age 3 in crib) 
  • 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, 1 single pull-down bed (29" x 67")
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with full-size appliances, toaster, and coffee maker
  • Walk-in Shower
  • Washer and dryer
  • Flat panel TV and DVD player (upon request) 
  • Private porch or balcony
  • 844 square feet

  • Can accommodate a party of 9 (plus child under age 3 in crib) 
  • 1 king-size bed, 2 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa, 1 single pull-down bed (29" x 67")
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with full-size appliances, toaster, and coffee maker
  • Walk-in shower
  • Washer and dryer
  • Flat panel TV and DVD player (upon request) 
  • Private porch or balcony
  • 1,232 square feet
Two-Bedroom Lockoff
  • Can accommodate a party of 10 (plus child under age 3 in crib) 
  • 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size bed, 2 queen-size sleeper sofas, 2 single pull-down beds (29" x 67")
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with full-size appliances, toaster, and coffee maker
  • Walk-in shower
  • Washer and dryer
  • Flat panel TV and DVD player (upon request) 
  • Private porch or balcony
  • 1,218 square feet


Three-Bedroom Grand Villa
  • Can accommodate a party of 12 (plus child under age 3 in crib) 
  • 1 king-size bed, 4 queen-size beds, 1 queen-size sleeper sofa
  • Fully-equipped kitchen with full-size appliances, toaster, and coffee maker
  • Dining room with dining table and chairs
  • 4 bathrooms – 1 with whirlpool tub and shower,1 with shower only, and 2 with combination tub/shower
  • Mirror television in each bathroom
  • Media room with home theater system including flat panel TV and Blu-ray™ player
  • Flat screen television in living room and each bedroom, with Blu-ray™ player in living room
  • Laundry room with washer and dryer
  • Flat panel TV and DVD player (upon request) 
  • Private porch or balcony
  • 2,800 square feet

Approximate # of Rooms

  • Deluxe Studio: 47
  • 1 Bedroom Villa: 47
  • 2 Bedroom Villa: 47
  • Grand Villa: 6

# Handicap Accessible Rooms: Deluxe Studio: 7, 1 Bedroom Villa: 7, 2 Bedroom Villa: 4, Grand Villa: 2

Note: Handicap-specific room locations differ according to the disability being accommodated.
Bed boards/rails, full size crib, and international electrical available upon request.

Dining and Restaurants

There are several fine restaurants and dining options offered at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.

Lounges and Pool Bars


  • Gasparilla Island Grill: Open for breakfast 6:30 a.m. - 11 a.m. (French pastries, pancakes, waffles, eggs, cereal and fruit); Open for lunch and dinner 11 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. (grill items, sandwiches, salads, pizza and burgers); Open for late night 11:30 p.m. - 6:30 a.m. (pizza, salads and sandwiches)


1900 Park Fare

Guests can meet Tiana in her new costume from Tiana’s Bayou Adventure, Mirabel from Encanto, Cinderella, and Aladdin in his Prince Ali look during breakfast and dinner at this dining location.

The restaurant recently reopened with returning guest favorites like the strawberry soup along with new menu offerings. Big Bertha, an antique organ at the resort since 1988, is on display in the main dining room as the grand centerpiece with new artwork all around. Carousel theming is woven throughout the restaurant and there is a new mural that serves as the focal point of the restaurant’s entrance.


Set in a chic and sophisticated setting, this restaurant serves American seafood and Mediterranean-Florida fare. Tank tops, swimsuits, swimsuit cover-ups, cut-offs, torn clothing, hats (men only) and clothing with offensive language or graphics are not permitted. Open 5:30 p.m. -10 p.m. (grilled and braised meats, fresh fish and chicken)

Tip: Off of the dining room is a private dining area known as the Chef’s Domain that is available and can accommodate up to 12 guests. Here you may order off the menu or allow the Chef to create something unique. Call (407) 939-7707 for more details.

Garden View Tea Room (currently closed)

Guests of all ages can indulge in the centuries-old English tradition of “afternoon tea.” This is a unique experience offered outside of the theme parks. Priority seating is recommended. Open for early tea 10:30 a.m. -12 p.m. (sing-along tea party); Open for afternoon tea 2 p.m. -5 p.m. (does not accept Disney Dining Plan)

Tip: This is event is perfectly suited for a mother/daughter experience, elegant birthday event, or otherwise special celebration.

Grand Floridian Cafe

This family restaurant overlooks the pool and courtyard in the back of the resort and provides a casual but elegant dining option. Open for breakfast 7 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (pancakes, waffles, fruit, eggs and pastries); Open for lunch 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. (soups, salads, sandwiches, steak, pasta, seafood, and dessert); Open for dinner 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. (chicken, steak, pasta, seafood, cheese course and dessert)


This octagonal-shaped restaurant is separate from the resort and sits on the bank of the Seven Seas Lagoon. Dinner is prepared in an open kitchen. Tank tops, swimsuits, swimsuit cover-ups, cut-offs, torn clothing, hats (men only) and clothing with offensive language or graphics are not permitted. 5:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. (specialty seafood selections, steak, salad and chicken)

Victoria and Albert's

As the signature restaurant of the resort, this award-winning dining experience is the definition of formality. There is a dress code that requires men to wear jackets and women to wear a dress or dressy pants. Prepare for a seven-course meal and be aware that priority seating is a must. The Chef’s Table may be reserved where the Chef personally welcomes guests into his kitchen, introduces them to the other cooks and seats them in a special area at the rear of the kitchen. First seating 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.; Second seating 8:30 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.; One seating July-September 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. (7-course); Queen Victoria Room and Chef Table (9-course).

Tip: When a guest at the Chef’s Table, you are welcome to wander about the kitchen, talk to the chefs, ask questions and take pictures as long as you don’t interfere with the actual cooking and serving.

In-Room Dining

  • In-room dining is available 24-hours daily. Choose from a variety of American favorites as well as specialty items particular to your Resort hotel. To place an order, press "Dining Options" on your in-room phone. An 18% gratuity, $3.00 delivery charge and 6.5% sales tax will apply to all delivery orders. A minimum order may apply.
  • Wi-Fi Service (complimentary wi-fi access in guest rooms, main lobbies and main pools)
  • Dining Options (table service, quick service and poolside service)
  • Business Center (computer services, print services, shipping services, office supplies)
  • Designated Smoking Areas
  • Locker Rentals (near Beach Pool)
  • Luggage Service (luggage assistance, valet parking assistance, dry cleaning)
  • Valet and Self-Parking
  • 24-Hour ATM (near the front desk)
  • Childcare Services
  • Front Desk Service (banking and mail)
  • Housekeeping Service (bed sheets changed every 4th night and play yard cribs, additional pillows, disability aids, towel and amenity replenishment upon request)
  • Merchandise Delivery and Pickup
  • Ice and Vending Machines
  • Laundry Self-Service (located on the first floor of each lodge building-except for Sugarloaf Key-and on the second floor of the main building)
  • Concierge Service (purchase tickets, upgrade tickets, special requests)
  • Spa and Health Club
  • Beauty Salon
  • Room Service
  • Safekeeping (in-room safes with safe-keeping boxes available at Front Desk)
  • Rapid Fill (refillable mugs)
  • Wake-up Call Service
  • Disability Service (mobility, hearing, visual and service animal accommodations; call (407) 939-7807)
  • Transportation Service (complimentary monorail, bus and boat service)

Being on the monorail route is yet another benefit of staying at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The monorail stops at the Magic Kingdom, Disney's Contemporary Resort, the Transportation and Ticket Center, and Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. 

Guests can also walk over to the Magic Kingdom as there is a beautiful walking path that goes all the way around the Seven Seas Lagoon.

Magic Kingdom: Monorail or Boat

Epcot: Monorail (take the resort monorail to the Transportation and Ticket Center, then transfer to the Epcot monorail)

Hollywood Studios: Bus

Animal Kingdom: Bus

Water Parks: Bus

Disney Springs: Bus

Transportation and Ticket Center: Monorail

Disney’s Contemporary Resort: Monorail

Disney’s Polynesian Resort: Monorail or Boat

Note: The bus stop is located in between the Main Building and Resort Convention Center with buses departing approximately every 20 minutes. The boat dock is located next to Narcoossee’s with boat departing approximately every 20 minutes. The monorail station is located on the second floor of the Main Building.

Pools and Recreation

The Grand Floridian offers two options for swimming. The primary pool is the grotto-themed Beach Pool with its slide and waterfalls. A quieter setting can be found at the Courtyard Pool where the pool and a hot tub are nestled in the middle of the resort.

For children, there is an interactive water play area with an Alice in Wonderland theme. Teacups and teapots pour water amongst the two miniature water slides, sprinklers and spouts. And with an upside-down Mad Hatter’s hat that fills with water and then dumps onto guests when it fills, the area is widely popular with little ones.

A number of poolside activities are scheduled each afternoon. Ranging from an unbirthday pool party to ring toss, there is a broad spectrum of games and challenges for families to participate in while they enjoy the water area.

  • Disability Services (pool lifts and other access options)
  • Complimentary life jackets
  • Swim diapers required for children that aren’t toilet trained (swim diapers can be purchased in merchandise locations)
  • Full-day and half-day cabana rentals (include TV, locked drawer, mini fridge, complimentary soft drinks and water) are available from 10am-7pm (407) WDW-PLAY

Arcadia Games: Open 8 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Jogging Trail: Seven Seas Lagoon (1 mile)

Campfire and Outdoor Movie: Each night there is a complimentary showing of a Disney film. Located at the resort’s beach, the feature film changes daily (consult recreation calendar given upon guest check-in for time, location and particular movie).

Guided Fishing Excursions: For a fee, an expert guide will host your group during a catch-and-release fishing trip in some of the lakes on Disney property. Available times are 7 a.m., 10 a.m., and 1:30 p.m. Reservations required (407) WDW-BASS or visit the Concierge desk.

Disney’s Private Adventure: For a fee, children aged 4-12 can board a water vessel at The Captain’s Shipyard Marina to hunt treasure at various “ports” amongst Disney’s lakes. Reservations required, and these can be made at the Concierge desk.

The Captain’s Shipyard Marina: Guests can rent Sea Raycers, Boston Whaler Montauks, and SunTracker pontoon boats at the resort marina. For more information and pricing click HERE. Reservations can also be made for a Specialty Fireworks Cruise for parties up to 10. (407) WDW-PLAY

Wonderland Tea Party: For a fee, children aged 4-12 can enjoy an afternoon of games, crafts and tea with Alice and the Mad Hatter at 1900 Park Fare. Reservations can be made at the Concierge desk.

Electrical Water Pageant: Viewing area located on the beach or Transportation Dock

Spa and Salon

Fitness Center

  • Open from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. with MagicBand or card access
  • Strength training and cardio equipment

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique(currently closed)

A third Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is now open in the former Ivy Trellis Salon location. Ivy Trellis moved their services to Senses - A Disney Spa located near the Grand Floridian's Disney Vacation Club lobby. Reservations are strongly recommended and can be made up to 180-days in advance either on the official Walt Disney World website or by calling (407) WDW-STYL.

  • Located on the second floor of the main building.
  • Open 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Grand Floridian Spa

  • Full-service spa that provides personalized massage, body, facial, hand and foot treatments.
  • A full circuit of Life Fitness equipment and saunas are also available.
  • For a full list of services and current pricing, call (407) WDW-SPAS or visit the official Disney website.

Basin White: Open 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. (natural products for bath and body)

M. Mouse Mercantile: Open 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. (Disney character apparel, plush, toys, princess wear, pins, D-tech items, MagicBand accessories)

Sandy Cove Gifts and Sundries: Open 7:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. (resort logo apparel, home décor gifts, autograph books, pens, sun essentials, grocery, snacks, beverages, wine and spirits)

Summer Lace: Open 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. (ladies designer fashions, swimwear, handbags, scarves, accessories, fine watches, jewelry, cosmetics and fragrances)

Grand Floridian Spa: Times vary (skin care, body care and nail care products, spa robes, candles and miscellaneous spa gift items)

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