The seven Downtown Disney Resort Area Hotels in the Walt Disney World Resort are offering special “Teacher Appreciation Rates” to teachers and school support staff. Available for stays May 1-July 31, 2015, the special rates provide the opportunity to take in the many exceptional special events taking place at the Walt Disney World Resort this spring and summer, including the popular International Flower & Garden Festival, Star Wars Weekends, and much more.

In addition to their ideal location an easy walk to the shopping, dining and entertainment venues at the Downtown Disney area, these seven Official Walt Disney World Hotels also provide complimentary shuttle transportation every 30 minutes to all four Walt Disney World Theme Parks, two water parks, and to Downtown Disney Marketplace.

As a bonus, guests at these hotels also receive the “2014 Downtown Disney Deals” booklet that features exclusive discounts and special offers from over 30 merchants for Downtown Disney area dining, entertainment and shopping.

The 2015 Downtown Disney Resort Area Hotels’ “Teacher Appreciation Rates” are the following:
  • B Resort & Spa - rates from $119 per room, per night 
  • Best Western Lake Buena Vista Resort Hotel - rates from $89 per room, per night
  • Buena Vista Palace Hotel & Spa - rates from $79 per room, per night
  • DoubleTree Suites by Hilton - rates from $129 per suite, per night
  • Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista - rates from $89 per room, per night 
  • Holiday Inn Orlando Lake Buena Vista - rates from $89 per room, per night
  • Wyndham Lake Buena Vista Resort - rates from $87 per room, per night.
Rates are based on availability and some blackout dates may apply. The rates do not include the Resort Services Fee or daily parking fee (if applicable), taxes or gratuities. The offer is not valid with any other special offers, promotions, existing reservations, or for groups. All teachers and school support staff must show proof of employment upon check-in.

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