- Nov 10, 2010
Not sure how many people you have, but I’m fairly certain the Dolphin is available at $196/nt via Priceline Express Deal for those dates. It shows a $105 mandatory fee once you get to the payment screen which is exactly the fee the Marriott app shows for the Dolphin.Ugh! Don’t know what to do.
We were supposed to go to Disney in mid-March, but we had to cancel at the very last minute due to Covid exposure (we work in a school).
We’re now scheduled to go at the end of the month (4/29-5/2) - we have tickets, park passes, and flights, but I foolishly didn’t book our hotel right away and now our options are terrible: Deluxe is the only onsite option available for all 3 days, and it’s just out of our budget. We have three nights booked at different Disney resorts for a total of $860. We’re fine with moving, but it will obviously be much less relaxing and not ideal to not have somewhere to be mid-day. Just not jumping up and down about paying $860 to switch hotels every night, but we’ve stayed off-site before and didn’t really enjoy it (plus it would require a rental car or Uber).
I have the Dolphin ($750) + flights booked for the following weekend, but we haven’t been able to nab park passes for HS and MK for May 7th and 8th. Not sure if anything will open up, but I think I’d lean towards that if I could get park passes. Anyone have insight into timing when more park passes tend to be released?
FYI, the link below looks like it is having trouble loading, but it should work.
ETA: WAIT! That’s the new JW Marriott not the Dolphin. The 9+ rating tips it off. Sorry!