What hotels offer Extra Magic Hours (or whatever is the current name for it) currently?

Long time WDW visitor, but haven’t been since 2018. Have a work trip week before Thanksgiving, and want to add 2 or 4 days (weekends before and or after) to the trip.
Can’t really get work to pay for on property “proper”, so wondering if any Disney Springs area hotels offer EMH currently? Like the Drury or similar? Aka sub $200 a night? Just to maximize our short time in the parks.

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Early entry list is here (and includes some Disney Springs hotels): https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/guest-services/early-entry/

But the extra evening hours list is shorter (I don’t think any Disney Springs are included, but Swan and Dolphin are if you can do a Marriott property): https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/guest-services/extended-evening/

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There are two things you are talking about - I think.

The first is Extra Magic Hours - which I believe are just now deluxe evening hours. These are in MK or EP once a week in the evenings after the park closes. This is available to anyone in a deluxe resort, including Swan, Dolphin or SoG.

For the 30 minutes of early entry, the list of eligible resorts is here: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/guest-services/early-entry/

Only on-property resorts, Swan/Dolphin, SoG get the “privilege” of purchasing ILLs at 7am. All others have to buy at park open. If Rise of the Resistence, Flight of Passage, Tron (ILL), Guardians (ILL) or Seven Dwarves Mine Train skip the lines are important, you won’t be able to buy those. https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/genie/lightning-lane/#drawer-card-drawerRecommenderPlus

Ah, I see, early entry and extra later hours are now two separate concepts.
Thank you for all the info all!
So, my hotel will allow early 30 min entry, but not going to get late hours unless on property proper. Got it!


And staying in a deluxe (which we never do). :frowning_face: