Which Walt Disney World resorts have Club Level (concierge) rooms?

Walt Disney World has more than 25 resorts that guests can choose from when planning a Disney vacation. These resorts range from campgrounds and value hotels to deluxe resorts and villas. Select resorts also offer concierge rooms, known as Club Level rooms, for guests wanting a more high-end experience.

The Club Level rooms are usually some of the best at their respective resort. Guests staying in a Club Level room also enjoy access to a lounge that serves complimentary drinks and small bites throughout the day.

The club lounge is usually the top selling point for staying Club Level, but guests also have access to dedicated cast members who can assist with dining reservations and making plans.

So, which Walt Disney World resorts offer club level (concierge) rooms for guests?

List of Concierge / Club Level Resorts at Walt Disney World

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge
Kilimanjaro Club

Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Stone Harbor Club

Disney’s BoardWalk Inn
Innkeeper’s Club

Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Atrium Club

Disney’s Coronado Springs Gran Destino
Chronos Club (only Club Level at a Moderate resort)

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
Royal Palm Club (Main Building)

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort
Sugar Loaf Club (Outer Building)

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort
King Kamehameha Club

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
Old Faithful Club

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
Regatta Club

Club Level Lounge Hours

Operating schedules can vary, but below is a common schedule.

Coffee: 6:30am – 7:00am

Continental breakfast: 7:00am – 10:30am

Light snacks: 11:30am – 4:00pm

Hors d’oeuvres and beverages (includes wine and beer): 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Desserts and cordials: 8:00pm – 10:00pm

Is Club Level worth it at Walt Disney World?

Club Level rooms are among the most expensive at Walt Disney World. Is the extra cost worth it? That depends on the group, the priorities of the trip and how much time will be spent at the resort.

The complimentary food and drinks are the biggest “value” for Club Level rooms. It’s worth noting the food offerings aren’t really large enough for a full meal. The food items can be stretched into a makeshift meal, but your mileage may vary.

Of course, guests need to be at the resort in order to get their value out of the lounges. That doesn’t work too well for guests who spend all their time at the theme parks and aren’t hanging around the resort.

The dedicated cast members are a welcome perk of Club Level, though they usually don’t have access to anything the general public can’t also book.

Summarized, Club Level can be a fun – yet pricey – splurge for a Walt Disney World vacation. It can be a fun addition to a resort-focused trip. However, we’d recommend booking a cheaper room if the focus is on theme park time.

David
David has been writing about Disney since 2018. He founded Notes from Neverland as an outlet to express his love for Walt Disney World, Disney Cruise Line and more.

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