Disney's Wilderness Lodge


  • Impressive architecture
  • Boarding point for romantic cruises or free water taxi to Magic Kingdom
  • Elegant dining options
  • Children's activity center, free Wi-Fi


  • No direct bus to Magic Kingdom, no monorail

Published 11/24/2015

Fodor's Review

The architects outdid themselves in designing this seven-story hotel modeled after majestic turn-of-the-20th-century lodges in the American Northwest, with a cavernous lobby, supported by towering tree trunks, an 82-foot-high fireplace made of rocks from the Grand Canyon, two 55-foot-tall hand-carved totem poles that pay homage to the region's Native American culture, all lighted by enormous tepee-shaped chandeliers. The hotel's showstopper is its Fire Rock Geyser, a faux Old Faithful that erupts with sometimes alarming regularity, near the large pool, which begins as an artificially heated hot spring in the lobby. This hotel is a good option if you're a couple without kids looking for more serenity than is found at Disney's other hotels, but there are plenty of family-oriented activities.

Hotel Information


901 Timberline Dr., Walt Disney World, Florida, 32830, United States

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 727 rooms, 31 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 11/24/2015


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