Which Disney Resorts Have Fitness Centers? | Explained!
Disney Resorts at Walt Disney World and Disneyland are loaded with great amenities, but they do greatly vary especially when it comes to fitness centers.
This guide has compiled which Disney Resorts have fitness centers and gyms, as well as what alternative fitness options you may have access to at each property.
Questions We'll Answer About Disney Fitness Centers:
- Which Walt Disney World Resorts Do Not Have Fitness Centers?
- Which Walt Disney World Resorts Have Fitness Centers?
- Which Disneyland Resorts Have Fitness Centers?
- What Equipment Do Disney Resort Fitness Centers Have?
Which Walt Disney World Resorts Do Not Have Fitness Centers?
Polynesian Village Resort
Because the Polynesian Village Resort is a Deluxe category resort you might be surprised to see the Polynesian on this list.
The Polynesian in fact does not have a gym, but guests of the hotel are welcomed to use the Grand Floridian gym which is a short walk from the property.
Like many “Value Resorts” the Pop Century does not have a fitness center or gym.
You also can’t use a fitness center at any of the other Disney resorts if you stay at the Pop Century, so you’ll want to look into other resorts if fitness center access is important to you.
All Star Resorts
Being one of the most affordable properties at Disney comes with a few sacrifices.
None of the All Star Resorts have fitness centers and you won’t be able to access gyms at other Disney properties either.
Carribean Beach Resort
Carribean Beach is a “Moderate Resort” without a fitness center.
The property is very expansive though and connects to the Riveria Resort which allows you to take a relatively long jog for cardio excercise.
Some Moderate Resorts, like Coronado Springs, do have fitness centers though, so if you’re looking for a hotel at a similar price point with a gym you might have better options available!
Art of Animation Resort
The Art of Animation is another Value Resort which unfortunately does not include a fitness center or gym.
Port Orleans Resort
Port Orleans Resort (Riverside or French Quarter) do not have gyms or fitness centers.
You can however rent surrey bikes for a small workout, but you can’t go too fast on these bikes for the safety of other guests around you.
There are also lengthy jogging trails on property for a more intense cardio workout.
Fort Wilderness does not have a fitness center or gym on property.
However, there are plenty of other ways to get some exercise including kayak and canoe rentals, bike rentals and plenty of space for jogging.
Which Walt Disney World Resorts Have Fitness Centers?
Below is the list of Walt Disney World Resort hotels which include fitness center or gym access.
Most gyms on Disney property include the same standard equipment which we’ve detailed at the end of this guide.
Disney Resorts With Fitness Centers:BoardWalk Inn
The Yacht and Beach Club properties share a gym which is located in between both of the hotels near the pool area.
Old Key West Resort
Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
The fitness center at the Grand Floridian might be a bit hard to find as it’s located near the Wedding Pavilion which is quite detached from the rest of the resort.
Coronado Springs Resort
Disney Swan & Dolphin Resort
The Swan, Dolphin and Swan Reserve hotels all share three different fitness centers located at each property!
Which Disneyland Resorts Have Fitness Centers?
All Disneyland Resort hotels have a fitness center on property!
There’s a lot of construction these days especially at the Disneyland Hotel and Pixar Place hotel, so during your stay you may find the fitness center closed.
No need to worry however because you will be granted access to one of the other hotel’s fitness centers if the fitness center at your property is closed.
Disneyland Resorts With Fitness Centers:
- Disneyland Hotel
- Grand Californian Hotel
- Pixar Place Hotel
What Equipment Do Disney Resort Fitness Centers Have?
Equipment inside the Disney Resort fitness centers and gyms are typically the same across all of the Disney properties.
Some resorts may have newer equipment than others because of refurbishments or just generally being a newer property, but all of the types of equipment you can expect to find will be fairly standard.
Disney Resort fitness centers and gyms often include:
- Stationary Bikes
- Pelotons (select, newer properties only)
- Dumbells up to 60lbs in weight
- Smith Machines (only available at a few properties like the Yacht & Beach Club)
- Yoga mats and medicine balls
- Cable Towers and attachments
- One machine per major muscle group (bicep curl, chest press, leg press, shoulder raises, etc.)
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