The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge


The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, are surprisingly enough, located at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort.  Wilderness Lodge is a Magic Kingdom Resort – you can’t see Magic Kingdom from the area but you’re only a boat ride away from it. Because of that, these villas are considered a prime location.

Villa Options

Studio Rooms

  • Sleep 4, plus one child under age of three
  • 1 Queen size bed and 1 double sized sofa bed
  • Table and 2 chairs
  • Balcony or patio
  • Kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator, toaster and coffeemaker
  • Amenities include in-room safe, voice mail, high-speed Internet access (additional fee), hairdryer, iron, ironing board, and Pack ‘n Play® playard.
  • Unlike standard rooms they will come with a limited number of paper plates and cups, glasses, bottle opener, disposable cutlery etc.

1 bed villas

  • Sleep 4, plus one child under age of three
  • One-bedroom, one-bath room, with a separate living room
  • Fully equipped kitchen, including a washing machine and dryer
  • Dining area with table and chairs
  • Patio or balcony
  • Master bedroom suite includes a king-size bed and bathroom with whirlpool tub
  • The living room has a queen-size sleeper sofa.
  • Amenities include DVD player, in-room safe, voice mail, high-speed Internet access (additional fee), hairdryer, iron, ironing board, microwave, refrigerator, coffeemaker and Pack ‘n Play® playard.

2 bed villas

  • Sleep 8, plus one child under age of three
  • These are essentially a 1 bed villa combined with a studio. Some are ‘lock-off’ versions – i.e. are exactly that and can be separated with a door between the two. Some are dedicated  versions, in which case the studio’s kitchenette is replaced by another vanity unit and sink.


There are no dining options at the Villas themselves but Guests have access to all the options at Wilderness Lodge, including:

  • Roaring Fork – a self serve snacking place, with some light meals
  • Tour pass – poolside bar
  • Territory Lounge – a bar serving alcoholic drinks and coffees. They also do light snacks.
  • Whispering Canyon Cafe – this is a popular western themed restaurant. It is family style, so a platter is brought to the table where you all help yourselves and can request more of anything you run out of. This is a pretty raucous affair with horse races and yee-haa-ing through out. And don’t ask for ketchup – trust me!
  • Artist Point is an upscale restaurant with a focus on seafood, game and steak. It is famous for its Cedar Plank Salmon.


  • Boat or bus to Magic Kingdom
  • Disney bus transportation to all the Walt Disney World theme parks and Downtown Disney.
  • The bus system is shared with Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort (i.e. its not just for the Villas).

Other Facts

  • The Villas have their own quiet pool with a jets of water bubbling to look like geysers
  • The electric watrer pageant goes past the Lodge every night – an electrical water parade of floats.
  • Although it was built after Disney’s Wilderness the Lodge, the themeing for the Villas pre-dates the Lodge – more turn of the century, although it is still inspired by the North West National parks
  • Check out Disney’s Wilderness Lodge for more details on what amenities are available at the Villas.