The Top 5 Ultimate Disney Themed Vacation Houses
From Disney princesses to Star Wars, explore the ultimate Disney themed vacation houses in Orlando for the whole family.
The Magic Kingdom turned 50 this past October and kicked off one of the most exciting times to visit Walt Disney World Resort for families, fans, and everyone in between.
With another year to celebrate the World’s Most Magical Celebration, the fun starts with finding the ultimate Disney themed vacation house.
Whether it’s your first time or your 50th in Orlando, Disney is a destination which never gets old for kids—or adults. With four theme parks, two water parks, and other attractions, Disney encompasses so much to explore, including a galaxy far, far away.
Having your own Disney themed abode offers the ideal balance for staying minutes from the action and having your own home base to relax and unwind, or even taking a day off from the parks for a staycation within a vacation.
Along with getting more space, you can save money on accommodations and have the option to stay in and cook meals when you find the perfect Disney themed vacation house.
If you’re traveling with friends, extended family, or a multigenerational group, a Disney themed home captures all the magic of the parks and provides plenty of bedrooms, living areas and game rooms, and outdoor spaces for everyone to enjoy.
Here is the inside scoop for finding the ultimate Disney themed vacation house for your next trip to Orlando.
1. 10-Bedroom Princess Pad
Minutes from the dreamy Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom Park, the 10-bedroom Princess Pad in Solterra Resort feels like your own castle for pampering your little princes and princesses.
Kids will love the life-size wall art of Disney princesses, from Ariel to Tiana, wizard-inspired décor, and jungle gym. Sleep soundly in beds comfortable enough for Aurora with plush mattresses and hotel-quality linens, and enjoy plenty of space for lounging after a busy day of exploring or splashing around the pool.
Along with an arcade room, pool table, and deluxe home theater outfitted with 10 plush leather recliners and a giant projector, you can have your own royal banquets around a 12-seat dining table inside or a 12-seat patio table outside, which is perfect for soaking up warm Florida nights.
In the gourmet kitchen, you’ll find all the equipment you need for flipping pancakes for breakfast or whipping up a multicourse feast as a family.
2. 10-Bedroom Courageous Kingdom
Can’t decide between princesses and stormtroopers? The 10-bedroom Courageous Kingdom villa quells any sibling rivalry with both Star Wars and Disney princess themed rooms to keep everyone happy.
Set over two stories, this spacious villa accommodates up to 24 people and has private bathrooms for each bedroom and is literally less than 15 minutes from all the Disney attractions.
For added convenience, there’s a supermarket two minutes away for stocking up on food and plenty of yummy snacks.
After a day at the parks, kids can kick back in the 10-seat movie theater and parents can catch up on work with laptop-ready workspaces and speedy WiFi. There’s also a karaoke machine for belting out your favorite Disney musicals and a gaming console for some friendly competition.
Inside the Solterra gated resort, families have access to a clubhouse with a zero-entry pool, as well as a water slide and lazy river for enjoying poolside fun, among other amenities.
3. 10-Bedroom Monster Manor
Monsters under the bed are pretty much the point of this epic, 10-bedroom Monster Manor nodding to one of the most beloved animated flicks ever produced by Pixar.
Stay close to the larger-than-life attractions of Disney and let your kids’ imaginations run wild with a dinosaur-themed room featuring exciting, prehistoric illustrations on the walls.
Indoors and out, this spacious home has enough room for up to 24 guests and plenty to keep the kiddos entertained, from a games loft and arcade to a screened-in pool with its own swim-up basketball net. Parents will also enjoy perks like a spillover spa and 75-inch smart TV.
Keep the excitement of Disney going with a movie screening in the cozy home theater or get comfy for story time in cool bunk beds with fun lighting.
4. 10-Bedroom Hawaiian Hideaway
The two waterparks at Disney may be fun, but nothing beats having your own private screened-in pool and spillover spa on a sunny day—and some Hawaiian vibes.
In the 10-bedroom Hawaiian Hideaway, say aloha to the ultimate Disney themed vacation house with the laidback luxury of a full kitchen, large dining areas, and beautifully designed living spaces.
Let your kids get caught up in the magic of Disney after meeting their favorite characters in person at the park with a kid’s bedroom capturing the world of Moana.
Or, there’s a one-of-a-kind bedroom dedicated to the Star Wars universe which is the perfect place to head to dreamland after visiting Star Wars: Galaxy Edge at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
5. 9-Bedroom Ritzy Retreat
The nine-bedroom Ritzy Retreat is perfectly outfitted for letting go and diving into the best of Disney nearby. With a winter wonderland and superhero themed bedrooms for kids, it is a very cool place to call your home away from home.
When Frozen broke the box office back in 2013 and became the highest-grossing animated film of all time, Disney fans fell in love with Elsa, Anna, and Olaf, and pretty much counted the days until the release of Frozen II six years later.
At Disney, check out a flurry of Frozen attractions, from meeting Anna and Elsa at EPCOT and sticking around for chilled-out desserts.
After the fun of the parks, this Disney themed vacation house taps into the absolute joy of Frozen with a snow-capped bedframe, wintery wall art, and a karaoke machine for singing your favorite tunes from the movies. Down the hall, there’s another kid-approved bedroom inspired by the Disney animated hit The Incredibles.
In addition to resort amenities, like a surf simulator, this Disney themed house has a great home theater with arcade games, a mini jungle gym, a lounge with a smart TV, and private pool with a large patio.
Don’t be fooled by the many family experiences Orlando is known for. When it comes to romance, there is plenty to go around.
Vacationing at Walt Disney World in Orlando can be overwhelming and a little bit intimidating, even for the return visitor. There are so many attractions and thousands of things to see and do.