Port Orleans Square

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Newly refurbished French Quarter Registration Lobby (Click to scroll, +/- to zoom)

Discover the Port Orleans Backstory...
The registration lobby, containing the front desk and lobby concierge facilities is located to the left as you walk in to the Port Orleans Square main building. Referred to as the Port Orleans Mint, the original theming of this area was of a commercial bank of the 1800s. Before the July 2013 refurbishment, a series of musical notes ran across the front of registration desks representing the first verse of the classic tune “When the Saints Go Marching In”.

Guest Rooms

For full details about the guest rooms and all the amenities provided — including photos and a detailed room layout plan — please see the Guest Rooms page.

If you’re trying to decide which parts of the resort would be the most convenient for you, or if you just want some tips on requesting your favourite location, please see the Hints & Tips page.

For detailed information on the current booking charges or to find out how to make an online reservation with Walt Disney World, please visit the Room Rates page.

“The Sassagoula Times”

The Sassagoula Times is a free handout information sheet given to guests staying at the Port Orleans Resorts. If you want to do some planning before you arrive, recent copies of the Sassagoula Times and various other documents can be found on our Document Downloads page.

Dining, Shopping and Bars

Port Orleans French Quarter is the smallest of the four moderate resorts at Walt Disney World and as such features just one main dining location, the mardi gras themed Sassagoula Floatworks & Food Factory food court — home of the world famous New Orleans beignets. Or if you prefer your refreshment in a more liquid form, why not visit Scat Cat’s Club or the pool bar near to Doubloon Lagoon. Also the hotel shop can provide packet snacks and drinks to take away.

For full table service meals, take a short stroll along the banks of the Sassagoula river to the Riverside resort, where you can experience the cajun cuisine of Boatwright’s Dining Hall (serving dinners only, closed for breakfast and lunch).