Disney World Just Announced an Ultimate Christmas Package Full of Exclusive Experiences
Disney World's new package makes it an amazing place to spend Christmas this year.
If all you want for Christmas is the perfect adventure in the Magic Kingdom, Disney is ready to make your dreams come true. Disney World has just announced the Ultimate Disney Christmas Package for the 2017 holiday, and the festive perks have us dying to book a trip.
This Christmas package is designed specifically around the holiday: Guests who buy the package will arrive on December 21 and leave on December 26, enjoying a full itinerary of exclusive experiences in between. The offer includes a 5-night stay at select moderate and deluxe Disney resorts, 4-day theme park tickets with Park Hopper options, and a ton of exclusive events.
First, guests will receive tickets to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party, a festive winter celebration complete with fireworks, live shows and a holiday parade in Magic Kingdom, on December 21. Then, package guests will enjoy exclusive nighttime access to the new Pandora - The World of Avatar at Animal Kingdom on December 22. The following day will include an exclusive holiday character experience at Hollywood Studios, followed by a special Christmas Eve dinner celebration at Epcot on December 24. On Christmas Day, a holiday gift will even be delivered to guests’ hotel rooms to round out the magical experience.
Depending on where a family chooses to stay, the package can be purchased for a somewhat reasonable price (by Disney standards).
With the package starting at $139 per person, per night, a family of four could stay in a standard room at the Coronado Springs Resort, a moderate resort offering, for a total package price of $2,775, the site states. Alternatively, a stay at the more expensive Saratoga Springs Resort or Animal Kingdom Lodge would run a family of four $3,721 or $3,777 in total, respectively. Dining plans can also be purchased separately.
Bookings for the package are available now through December 10, but again, the experiences are limited. (Kids, that means you have just enough time to convince your parents you’ve been really good this year.)
This story originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.