Planning a Disney Vacation




Ready to book your next trip to Disney World? Let us help you through the process of planning and booking a Disney vacation. First contact your favorite travel agent. Nothing can beat the knowledge that a travel advisor has when it comes to planning such an important trip that has so many options.


The World of Disney can seem very over whelming, but, here at Ambassador Travel, we are here to get you there and back with ease.

Where to stay

Walt Disney World Resort has 3 tiers of hotels. Each have all the Disney magic, you just need to find the perfect category for you.

  • Value-These resorts have the in-your-face Disney theming. They are budget friendly. The rooms are on the small side but great for the family that just need a place to rest their heads. Value resorts include the following: Pop Century, All Star Music, All Star Movies, All Star Sports, Art of Animation (This resort has suites for larger families, houses The Little Mermaid Suites, and has access to the Skyliner.)

  • Moderate-The theming of the Moderate resorts are based on Disney and the location the resort is titled after. All their pools have a waterslide and the resorts include a table service restaurant. Moderate resorts include the following: Caribbean Beach, Port Orleans-Riverside, Port Orleans-French Quarter (this resort has a boat that will take you to Disney Springs for free), Coronado Spring, and Fort Wilderness (camping and cabins).

  • Deluxe- Think luxury. These large spacious rooms are top of the line and will treat you to a the ultimate Disney vacation. Each property offers you direct walking access to at least one theme park or has direct Monorail access to a least one park. One of the benefits of staying at a Walt Disney World Resort Hotel in Orlando, Florida is the complimentary transportation from the hotel to the theme parks. Disney offers buses, monorail, skyliner, and friendship boats free of charge to their guests.

Theme Park Tickets

There are two options for tickets.

  • A basic ticket includes your access to one theme park per day or a ticket with a park hopper. Park hopper means you can go from park to park. You will need to make reservation for a theme park each day you have a ticket.

*Pro-Tip* the more days you purchase the less expensive each day is. Example- it cost my family $40 more to purchase a 8 day ticket instead on sticking with our original plan of 7 days. So go ahead and see that Disney Castle the day you fly in!

Now that you know about some of the basics lets book your Walt Disney World package.


*Pro-Tip* it will cost the same to book online or book through one of our knowledgeable Disney certified planners. We're just waiting to make all your Walt Disney World dreams come true.