In the next few weeks we will be sharing with you the different Disney Resorts and where they are located in proximity to the Walt Disney World theme parks. Today will focus on Disney Resorts that are located close to Magic Kingdom!
Disney’s Contemporary Resort – A 14-story deluxe resort. Dining options include California Grill, The Wave…of American Flavors, Contempo Café and Chef Mickey’s (the most popular character dining on Disney property), three lounges, two snack bars and room service. Monorail, motor coaches and watercraft provide easy access to the theme parks.
Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort -This Disney Deluxe Villa resort features 295 units (2-bedroom equivalents) including studio, one- and two-bedroom villas and is located next to Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Most of the rooms boast modern artwork, flat-screen TVs, full kitchens complete with granite countertops and modern appliances, separate bedrooms, washers and dryers, and other home-like amenities. Monorail, motor coaches and watercraft provide easy access to the theme parks.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – True luxury awaits you with 867 rooms and suites, including 181 concierge accommodations. Dining at Cítricos, Victoria & Albert’s, Gasparilla Grill & Games, Grand Floridian Cafe, 1900 Park Fare, Narcoossee’s and two lounges. Easy access to theme parks via watercraft, motor coach and monorail.
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – Resides alongside the picturesque shores of Seven Seas Lagoon, steps away from the myriad world-class dining and recreation offerings available at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The resort features a variety of villa accommodations that sleep anywhere from five to twelve guests. Expansive grand villas sleep 12 guests and feature a large kitchen, multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a media room with a home theatre system. Easy access to theme parks via watercraft, motor coach and monorail.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort– 484 traditional hotel rooms/suites in addition to 20 over-the-water bungalows and 360 deluxe studio villas as part of the Disney Vacation Club Resort, Disney’s Polynesian Villas and bungalows. The resort is designed with South Pacific Island theming along the beach of Seven Seas Lagoon. Dining options include ‘Ohana, Kona Café, Captain Cook’s, the “Spirit of Aloha” dinner show, Tambu Lounge, room service. Recreation and amenities include swimming, boating, jogging, playground, game room, shopping, child care, laundry facilities. Transportation by monorail, watercraft and motor coach.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge– 727 guestrooms reflect a “woodsy” national park-like setting. Reminiscent of Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone Park — with distinctive Disney touches. A spectacular six-story lobby, replete with teepee-topped chandeliers, totem poles and an 82-foot-tall stone fireplace. A bubbling hot spring in the lobby expands outside the building into a roaring waterfall flowing into the swimming area (featuring hot and cold spas). A geothermal “geyser” erupts hourly from a rocky outcrop at the edge of Bay Lake. Recreation and amenities include bike and boat rentals, swimming, playground, laundry, game room and on-site child care. Dining options include Artist Point, Whispering Canyon Café, Roaring Fork Snacks and Arcade, Territory Lounge, pool bar and room service. Easy access to theme parks via watercraft and motor coach.
The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge– 114 units (2-bedroom equivalents) including studio, one- and two-bedroom villas, located next to Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. This five-story Disney Vacation Club ownership resort surrounds visitors with the grandeur of the Old West and stories of the people who settled there. Rooms include wet bar, microwave and small refrigerator, or a full kitchen. A unique feature of the resort is its themed living room area that features railroad memorabilia, including a special exhibit on loan from the Disney family of two of Walt Disney’s personal scale-model train cars and a piece of the original track. Also found at the resort is a quiet pool and state-of-the-art health club open to guests of both the lodge and villa properties. Easy access to theme parks via boat or motor coach.
Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground– Offers Cabins and Campsites. Campsites are level, paved pads with electric, water and sewer hookups, charcoal grills and picnic tables. Wilderness Cabins are air-conditioned accommodations that sleep up to six guests and feature vaulted ceilings, fully equipped kitchens, full bathrooms, television, VCR, outdoor grills, picnic tables and a private patio deck. Dining options include Crockett’s Tavern, Mickey’s Backyard BBQ, Trail’s End Restaurant and “Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue” nightly dinner show at Pioneer Hall. Campfire and marshmallow roast with Disney characters and a Disney movie. Motor coach and boat transportation links this campground with all Walt Disney World Resort areas.
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