Disney’s Contemporary Resort (prices start at $239 a night)
Start your vacation getaway at the hotel depicting Walt Disney’s vision. Imagine riding on the monorail track that sits in the middle of the resort, floating above water on your trek to the Magic Kingdom. After a busy day at the park you can return to this resort to dine at Chef Mickey’s with all of the classic Disney Characters and swim at leisure in the swimming pools or enjoy any of the recreational activities including arcade games.
Other amenities include: room service, health club, childcare services, laundering services, beauty shop, and wireless internet access.
The Contemporary Resort also holds California Grill, an award-winning restaurant where you savor a full spectrum of California wines with your delicious dinner. Afterwards, you can watch the fireworks from Magic Kingdom cascading from the roof of the hotel.
Disney’s Ft. Wilderness Resort
Camping anyone? Disney’s Ft. Wilderness has several options for camping lovers from pitching your own tent on Disney property, to staying in one of their air-conditioned cabins. The resort has several nature trails, horseback riding, and walking paths for your enjoyment.
Other amenities include: childcare services, snacking stations, and laundry facilities.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa (prices start from $339 a night)
This Victorian resort will make you feel like a king or queen, literally. With the spa at your fingertips, a traditional English tea, food that will melt in your mouth, and several pools to choose from, you could easily live in this hotel.
Other amenities include: room service, childcare services, four dine-in restaurants, laundry services, and beauty shop.
Disney’s Polynesian Resort ( prices start from $299)
Walk into the tropical South Pacific and enjoy the tropical atmosphere lush with indigenous vegetation and koi ponds. The Polynesian resort is sure to offer tranquility and fun-filled dining experiences. O’Hana’s offers a buffet style dining experience, full of tropical delights to suit anyone’s appetite. This is a great dining experience for families. O’Hana’s is very family friendly catering to children by playing games and offering a wide selection on their children’s menu.
Other amenities include: room service, health club/spa, pool, childcare services, two full service restaurants and several lounges throughout the resort.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge (prices start from $199)
Welcome to the log cabin of your dreams. The atmosphere represents American craftsmanship, showcases Native American culture, and allows you firsthand to walk the legacy of the American frontier.
Other amenities include: room service, health club, childcare services, laundry facilities, pools, arcades, playgrounds, watercraft rentals, and full-service dining specializing in Northwestern cuisine.
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