Of the thirty-four resorts and hotels on the Walt Disney World property, twenty-eight are owned and operated by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. These are classified into four categories: Deluxe, Moderate, Value, and Disney Vacation Club Villas, and are located in one of five resort areas: the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, or Downtown Disney resort areas. Looking to join a YouTube network? Look no further! Freedom has everything you need including 60% revenue share, monthly payouts, and paypal payouts too! Sign up using the ExtraMusicHours referral link and it helps give us a little extra money too! http://www.freedom.tm/via/ExtraMusicHours

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39 Responses

  1. Karasaph Exonar

    "Documentary". This is more of an advertising show together with ad breaks.

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  2. David DeBergh

    I love this documentary. Hopefully I can join there security team in 3 months.

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  3. ASpoonfulofDisney

    If your watching this, you probably love Walt Disney World, or Disney in general. I'm here to tell you about my channel, ASpoonfulofDisney! New content all about the Disney Parks released weekly. So what are you waiting for, go subscribe! See ya' Real Soon!

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  4. FantabulouslyCherry

    I've stayed in the Campsites at Fort Wilderness, Pop Century and Port Orleans Riverside. I'm staying at Wilderness Lodge in December. I can't wait! Nothing like being fully immersed in the Disney magic!

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  5. Clare O'Driscoll

    Truly a wonderful documentary, I now have unreal desires to return to Walt Disney World now!

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  6. David DeBergh

    Wish the whole world was like this, peace and happiness. Love WDW

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  7. Terry

    I'm down for 5 days at the Animal Kingdom Resort. I wonder if you can do an up-close safari tour sort of like Jurassic World without the danger and violence. Also…the commercial you guys are getting or programmed to what area you are located in.

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  8. robin breslow

    DISNEY IS SO COOL! I WOULD LOVE TO SEE A T-REX IN DISNEY PARKS! A SCARY ONE TOO!

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  9. MKIVWWI

    Original Disneyland still rules!  California rules over Florida!  We got the better climate — none of that sticky, muggy, humid muck.   Florida is one big bug-infested swamp.

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  10. Chevelle99X Chicago

    Disney hotels, will break your wallet, sad to say, but its true !

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  12. turtlelover789

    There is something on my mind that I have been wondering lately. I wonder if Nickelodeon stars Kira Kosarin who plays as Phoebe Thunderman of The Thundermans and Amer Montana who playes as Taylor Hathaway of the Haunted Hathaways have ever been to Disneyland or Walt Disney World.

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  13. turtlelover789

    (SIGHS) I wish they had built an entire Walt Disney World Resort in California too with the same parks, rides, attractions, pre-shows and hotels that were built at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida instead of a Disneyland Resort with only two theme parks and three hotels, that way it would definitely save the residents who live in California the trouble of both the money and the travel of not having to book an out-of-state flight from California to Florida and not have to leave their home state where they were born and raised just like the residents who live in Florida do. If I were in Walt Disney's shoes and his brother Roy O. Disney's shoes, I would have founded and bought some big enough clear land in California to have an entire Walt Disney World Resort built with the exact same parks, rides, attractions, pre-shows and hotels that were built at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. I can also say the same thing about having and entire Universal Studios resort built in California with the exact same park (including Islands of Adventure), rides, attractions, pre-shows and hotels that were built at the Universal Studios Resort in Orlando, Florida too. The residents who live in Florida are lucky stiffs to have their very own Walt Disney World and Universal Studios resorts, so I don't think it seems fair of the residents who live in California to not have their very own Walt Disney World and Universal Studios resorts too!

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  14. Savi D

    I'm staying at Animal Kingdom Lodge for a weekend in a couple weeks, and I can't wait! Having dinner at Sanaa and breakfast at Boma, also lunch at Kona Cafe in the Polynesian. 

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  15. Stardust

    I can't believe I didn't realize how lucky I was when I went there in 2007, if I could go again I would probably cry happy tears the entire trip; I'm sort of a hardcore Disney fan… so everything in this documentary got me emotional. 
    I just love Disney.

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  16. Disney Insider

    Really liked how you got a detailed explanation bout each of the resorts – very informative!

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  17. Miguel Cortes

    I'm going to Walt Disney world for the first time and I want to know if there's an area designated for teens? For example a massage parlor for teens, etc. if anyone knows it would be greatly appreciated.

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  18. Ryan Lamont

    Really enjoyed this!
    Walt Disney World is one of my favourite places!

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  19. Tara Chapman

    I agree, I don't get this channel so was excited to find the show uploaded here.  I really enjoyed it so thanks for posting!!

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  20. dizneegirl76

    Please don't put a panty commercial before a video that you know kids are going to watch!  (whoever made that decision)

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  21. Andrew M

    Please continue posting docs like this, I don't get Travel Channel or Dest. America.

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