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When planning a trip to Disney World, during your trip, or even after your trip, you may need to call Disney with questions, special requests, or specific information.
Time to go to Disney World!
But which number are you calling?The Disney World website has a lot of different numbers. Today we break it down for you and give you the ultimate guide to Disney World contact numbers.
Please note that this list is based on information we can obtain from Disney. Some of these lines may be straight lines that take you directly to the department they intend to refer you to. Other numbers may indicate that they are direct numbers, but instead lead you back to the general line.
Some may actually be direct numbers, but you may still be redirected to a normal line due to high call volume or other factors.But hopefully this list will help you navigate the phone system and talk to the actors you need to talk about your specific concerns!
We will continue to update this list as we get any updates!
General rules for everything related to your Disney World vacation
You can also call(407) 939-4357Get help with hotel or package bookings
New tickets:(407) 939-7679
travel and leisure
We found some numbers here, i.a(407)939-1929and407-WDW-Travel
For VIP travel service, please call(407)560-4033
my disney experienceand MagicBands help
Questions about annual pass holders
we all found407-WDW-PASS/(407) 560-7277
Park Hopping available tracks
questions about non-reservation
Questions/comments about previous visits
Help with table booking
Disney encourages guests to use My Disney Experience for all of their dining reservation needs, but if you need to speak with someone about a dining reservation, or if you made a reservation and can't find your reservation online now, or if you have any other issues, please call(407) 939-3463
disney world hotel
To get to Disney World hotels, you can call(407) WDW-Disney or (407) 939-3476Actors will guide you to the right route.
Alternatively, you can call the hotel directly. These are their numbers:
- Bay Lake buildingDisney's Contemporary Resort - (407) 824-1000
- Boulder Ridge VillasDisney's Wilderness Lodge — (407) 824-3200
- Copper Creek Cottages and CottagesDisney's Wilderness Lodge — (407) 824-3200
- Disneys All-Star Movies Resort— (407) 939-7000
- Disneys All-Star Music Resort— (407) 939-6000
- Disneys All-Star Sports Resort— (407) 939-5000
- Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge— (407) 938-3000
- Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas – Jambo House— (407) 938-3000
- Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas - Kidani Village— (407) 938-7400
- Disney's Art of Animation Resort— (407) 938-7000
- Disney's Beach Club Resort— (407) 934-8000
- Disney's Beach Club Villas— (407) 934-8000 or (407) 934-2175
- Disney's Boardwalk Inn— (407) 939-6200 or (407) 939-5100
- Disney's Boardwalk Villa— (407) 939-6200 or (407) 939-5100
- Disneys Caribbean Beach Resort— (407) 934-3400
- Disney's Contemporary Resort— (407) 824-1000
- Disneys Coronado Springs Resort— (407) 939-1000
- Disneys Grand Floridian Resort and Spa— (407) 824-3000
- Disney's old Key West Resort— (407) 827-7700
- Disney's Polynesian Village Resort— (407) 824-2000
- Disney's Polynesian Villas and Bungalows— (407) 824-3500
- Disney's Pop Century Resort— (407) 938-4000
- Disney's Port Orleans Resort - French Quarter— (407) 934-5000
- Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Riverside— (407) 934-6000
- Disney's Riviera Resort— (407) 828-7030
- Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa— (407) 827-1100
- Disney's Wilderness Lodge— (407) 824-3200
- Disney's Yacht Club Resort— (407) 934-7000
- Shades of green in Walt Disney World— (888) 593-2242 for reservations or general information, or 407-824-3600
- Disney's Wilderness Resort Cabins— (407) 824-2900
- Disney's Wilderness Resort Campgrounds— (407) 824-2900
- Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa— (407) 824-3000
- Treehouse Villas at Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort— (407) 827-1100
- Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel— (407) 934-4000
- Walt Disney World Swan Hotel— (407) 934-3000
- Walt Disney World Swan Sanctuary— (407) 842-4900
Disney flowers and gifts
(407)827-2253— However, currently during COVID-19, the custom cake situation varies from hotel to hotel, so it's best to call the hotel directly and ask if their bakery offers custom cakes and get directions
If you lose an item on Magical Express, you can call(866) 599-0951
Disney World Theme Park Merchandise
PhotoPass Visitor Support
Disney World Site Support
Remember, while you can choose to call Disney, you can also email them or use the chat feature on the Disney website or the My Disney Experience app.
Again, we will continue to update this article as we find other useful numbers or discover more direct lines for you to call. Stay tuned for more updates!
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Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, our insider tips and tricks will let you explore the park like never before. So come with us and plan your most magical vacation ever!
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