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The Specialty Signature Suites of the Walt Disney World Resort Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

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In the main building of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, there are four Specialty (or Signature) Suites: the Grand Suite, Walt Disney Suite, Roy O. Disney Suite, and Victorian Suite. Little information is listed regarding these suites and the exact cost is not something you can get easily. Needless to say, the cost is upwards of several thousand dollars per night. Photos are difficult to find (I guess guests in these suites don’t typically post their photos to Facebook or Instagram!). I don’t personally know anyone that has stayed in one of these suites.


Grand Suite: The Grand Suite is 2,220 square feet (bigger than the homes of some) and features five dormer-style balconies with views of the Seven Seas Lagoon, Cinderella Castle, Space Mountain, Disney’s Contemporary Resort, and Disney’s Polynesian Resort. The suite features a long entry hall with marble half bath that empties into a bright turreted living room with hardwood flooring and huge chandelier lighting. Furnishings include sofas atop area rugs, coffee tables, easy chairs, a dining table, desk, Bose stereo system, an over-sized LCD TV with DVD player, an upright shiny white piano, and a corner marble wet bar with under-counter refrigerator, coffeemaker, and microwave. To one side is the master bedroom with a four-poster king bed, desk and entertainment center with TV, and balcony views of Disney’s Polynesian Resort and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, the wedding chapel, and the Beach Pool. The master bedroom offers solid marble master bathroom with double sinks, mini-TV, two closets, large whirlpool tub, huge shower, and a separate toilet and bidet. On the other side of the entry foyer is a second bedroom that offers a queen bed and sleeper chair, entertainment center, a single-sink bath with mini-TV, and a balcony with the suite’s best view of Cinderella Castle.

Walt Disney Suite: This suite contains 1,690 square feet and is filled with Walt’s memorabilia including railroad models and family pictures. Entry is through a marble foyer into a living room decorated in shades of rose, green, gold, and cream with rose-motif carpeting, wet bar, desk, entertainment center with flat-screen TV, chaise lounge, sofa, two easy chairs, coffee table, and dining table. Off of the foyer is a half bath. The master bedroom has a king-size bed, desk, sofa, entertainment center with flat-screen TV, a large walk-in closet with a bureau, and a marble bathroom with two sinks, whirlpool tub, and separate, over-sized shower. The second bedroom has twin sleigh beds, easy chair with ottoman, an entertainment center with flat-screen TV, and second double sink bath. A balcony that is almost the length of the suite faces the courtyard pool, the beach, and the lagoon with views of Disney’s Polynesian Resort and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort.

Roy O. Disney Suite: This suite is located below the Walt Disney Suite and comparable in size, shape and amenities and contains memorabilia representing Walt’s brother Roy, including a wall of family photographs.

Victorian Suite: The Victorian Suite at 1,083 square feet, is the smallest of the specialty suites and is located on the top floor of the main building, The living area includes a small sofa, coffee table, entertainment center, wet bar with refrigerator, four-person dining table, and even an old Victrola. This suite overlooks the courtyard pool are three balconies with views of the top of Cinderella Castle and Space Mountain, Disney’s Polynesian Resort, and the Seven Seas Lagoon. The bedroom holds a four-poster king-size bed, desk, over-sized easy chair and ottoman, and bureau with flat-screen TV. The master bath offers a large walk-in closet with dressing area, double-sinks, mini TV, and oversize tub. The suite also holds a half bath located off the foyer.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa offers several one and two bedroom suites offering a variety of views including the marina, lagoon, theme park, and garden. The suites are located in the main building and the outlying buildings. All suites offer access to the concierge lounge and services regardless of location. However, none of the regular suites compare to the four specialty suites hidden away at the resort.

Some day I would love to walk through. Some day I would love to stay in one of these suites. Chances are slim! If any of you have ever stayed in one of the signature suites – we would love to see pictures!


Would you like to book one of those wonderful specialty suites at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa? I am a certified Disney Travel Specialist and work as an independent Travel Agent for Destinations to Explore Travel (also known as Destinations in Florida Travel), a Disney “EARmarked” agency. I am a Graduate of Disney’s College of Knowledge, The Orlando Travel Academy, Hyatt Hotels Travel Academy, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Specialist Program, SELL Family Travel Program. Although she can help you with all of your travel needs, she specializes in Disney (WDW, DL, DCL, etc.) and the Orlando area. My services are free and I will always be happy to offer a free, no-obligation quote. I will monitor your bookings for any discounts that are announced after booking to apply to your reservation to save you money. You can contact me at:


Monday 16th of December 2019

Hi Janice!

I see you're no longer a travel agent. However, I was wondering if you remember about how much the Grand Suite runs a night? We've already booked this year's vacation but it may be something I'd like to surprise my spouse within the next year or two!

Janice Brady

Tuesday 17th of December 2019

The signature suites start around $2,400 per night and up. There are also seasonal price schedules that take that number over $3,000 per night during certain times of the year. The Grand is one of the larger suites so it's possible that it is one of the higher priced locations and could actually be much more than that per night. It's difficult to get an exact quote of cost for the specialty suites without having access to Disney booking since it isn't a number they advertise. I will see if I can get a better number for you but I would guess if you plan on $3,000 per night you'll be in the ball park (keeping in mind Disney's yearly price increase).


Monday 9th of December 2019

Can you tell me how much the Victorian Suite cost per night the week of dec 9 2020 for 2 days.

Janice Brady

Tuesday 10th of December 2019

I no longer work as a travel agent. You can contact Jenn Greene at MEI Travel (an official Disney agency) who will be able to help you. Her email is: - you can find info about her service here:

I would image it's somewhere around $2,000 per night or more. Also I don't think rates have been released yet for the end of 2020.