Disney World hotels in Florida report a big jump in occupancy

Disney World Resort in Florida saw a whopping 17.4% increase in the number of rooms booked on the weekend of Dec. 12-14, 2018 compared to the same period last year.

Disney World reported a total of 7,072,742 rooms booked in the first week of the new year, which is up a whopping 16.4%.

While this number is up from 7,000 rooms booked last year, Disney World is still a very crowded destination, with the average hotel occupancy rate in the resort area at 5.5%.

“We are very excited about the excitement our guests are showing for our new year and new season at Disney World,” Walt Disney World Resorts President Chris Buck said in a statement.

“We’re confident our guests will be able to enjoy the magic and excitement of our theme parks and parks in 2018 and beyond.”

The Disney resort is a great place to be, and a great location to live.

Disney has been known to be the only resort that has managed to consistently top the occupancy numbers over the past few years.