Disney's Wilderness Lodge

901 Timberline Drive | Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-8426  [SEE MAP]Lake Buena Vista, FL  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Beautiful property, great staff, needs updating

May 7th, 2020

Our first steps into this hotel provided us with some of the best customer service I have ever received. A lovely blond woman at the front desk whose name I unfortunately didn't catch gave us tons of information about the property and rooms before we even set foot in one. We loved the quick-service restaurant choices here, though I wish they would be open even later at night. The pool area is nice (though we didn't use it) and the boat dock and captains were a lovely treat for us every day. The rooms were a bit on the small side compared to other Disney Hotels and the walls were pretty thin (we could here kids yelling and running down the halls), but honestly the positives outweighed that, and we would definitely stay here again. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Beautiful grounds

Mar 14th, 2020

The wilderness lodge has always been one of my favorite places to visit at Disney World, as it's beautifully maintained and it reminiscent of the lodges you might find out west. We really enjoyed the pool, although small comparatively to other disney pools, it has a fun water slide, 2 whirlpools, and a nice kiddie splash area. The copper creek flowing into the pool is a nice touch as well. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Second Visit To Wilderness Lodge And It's Still Amazing

Mar 11th, 2020

We revisited Wilderness Lodge in early March when the crowds were non-existent and pretty much had the pools to ourselves. The resort is really beautiful, especially the lobby, and like every other Disney property it's well-maintained. We loved being able to take the boat directly to Magic Kingdom and from there get onto the monorail or other transportation to pretty much every other WDW location. Definitely worth going back. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Best hotel at Walt Disney

Mar 10th, 2020

We just got back from Disney and had a wonderful stay at Wilderness Lodge. Very nice atmosphere. Pool was fantastic. We started our stay with a wonderful lunch. Boat ride over to magic kingdom and transportation to all the parks. Take advantage of the Magical Express. Takes a lot of stress out of your vacation. We used Megan Reith as our travel planner. She did a fantastic job! Highly recco her. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3

Beautiful setting but outdated, small and worn rooms

Mar 8th, 2020

This was our first trip to Disney, traveling with my husband and 11 year old son. We stayed for 7 nights at the Wilderness Lodge in room 2017, an "upgraded" courtyard facing room with a queen bed and twin bunk beds. We are not Disney people, and wanted to experience a deluxe resort to make this the most memorable trip possible. When traveling we typically stay in high end/luxury hotels, so it was my expectation that the Wilderness Lodge would be in this category. It is not. Our room was tiny, dingy and dated. The carpet was dirty, with crumbs/food from previous guests visible on the floor when we checked in. There are several extra phone jacks in the room in case you brought a giant desktop phone from 1980, but no USB outlets and virtually no regular power outlets. The bathroom was also tiny and so dark, as to make showering dangerous and unpleasant. It is my understanding that some of the rooms at the lodge have been renovated, but our room clearly had not been. The room had more of an "econo lodge" feel and less of a deluxe resort feel. We were also awakened numerous times a night because we could hear all of the toilets flushing in the rooms above us. I cannot imagine having four people in a room this small, as the three of us stumbled over each other the entire week. Fortunately we had a small balcony overlooking the pool, and this is where we would spend time after returning from the parks. The setting for the hotel is beautiful. We ate several times at the Geyser Point Bar, which has great ambiance and great views. The food at the various restaurants was good, but as a vegetarian my options were highly limited. The staff throughout the resort is fantastically nice, polite and helpful. The pool is fine, but nothing special. I have stayed in some of the great lodges in the national parks, and the Wilderness is similar: located in a beautiful setting, but run down and in need of updating. For the outrageous cost, I was quite disappointed by the quality of our room. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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