Thanks to the power to of the internet, finding travel discounts for Disney resorts is much easier than in years past.
Disney’s moderately priced resorts include the Pop Century Resort, Disney’s All Star Movies Resort, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort and Disney’s All Star Sports Resort, Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, Port Orleans French Quarter and Port Orleans Riverside. Lodging at all the aforementioned resorts ranges anywhere from $150 to $225.
Disney’s ultimate value resorts are priced as low as $82. You may be curious if you’ll be sacrificing quality for such a low price, but the value resorts sleep up to four guests with two double beds, a pair of chairs with a small table, a TV, a bathroom with a separate sink and on-site laundry facilities.
Cribs, hair dryers and mini fridges are available for  an additional fee. Each of the bargain-priced resorts feature a central shopping location for dining and eating. The buildings are three stories, decorated with Disney themes. Family suites are available for groups of six, and they include a kitchenette.  Disney’s Pop Century Resort is priced from $84 to $141 and is situated on a lakeside view. Popular rooms include the rooms on hall B, which overlook the lake. Pop century resort is located near Epcot and decorated with pop culture art and themes from the 1910s to 1990s. A walking path around the lake is popular with joggers.
Disney’s All Star sports resort , located in the Animal Kingdom area, is known for its stunning decorations and low price, with rooms starting at $82 per night and up to $141 per night. Rooms at the All-Star Sports resort has a food court, a playground and an arcade with video games and pinball machines. There’s also an onsite 242,471-gallon beach-themed Surfboard Bay pool and a smaller 119,590-gallon Grand Slam Pool shaped like a baseball diamond.

Disney’s All-Star music resort has family suites available for $179-$285, and rooms as cheap as $82 for smaller packages. Smaller rooms feature two double beds, while the family suites include a double bed,two chairs that fold out to single beds and one couch that folds out into a queen-size sleeper sofa. A food court is available on site but no room service is available. The atmosphere is based on musical themes, with buildings designed with themes based on jazz,rock, country, Broadway and calypso.

Here at Orlandovacation.com we specialize in offering great deals on Disney World hotels. The only difference with our hotels which we offer is that they are not actually owned by Disney World corporation, but they are located on Disney World property. These hotels are typically 25% less per night, but they still offer the same great amenities.