What are some of our tour guides’ favorite resorts at Disney World?
You can expect to have a great time when in Disney World, whether you are visiting alone or with family and friends. That said, no trip is complete without experiencing the wonders of Disney World resorts, but with so many to choose from, how can you decide where to stay? Each of the resorts has a unique theme and design, but they all have their own special charm. With Disney, you can expect more than just your traditional rooms, making it much more difficult to choose.
Finding the best Disney resort is a matter of personal preference. However, to help you out, we compiled a list of our favorite resorts in varying tiers. Whether you are looking for a value, moderate, or deluxe resort, you can count on this list to give you top recommendations. Feel free to check out the Walt Disney World website for additional information on any of them.
Best Disney World Resorts for any Vacation
Disney World’s value resorts are perfect for guests who are on a budget. They generally have the same amenities, and the rooms are on the smaller side. Disney still managed to deliver a unique experience you will not find in an off-site accommodation, so check out these two resort options if you are interested:
Pop Century Resort
The Pop Century resort is a fan favorite for many reasons. It offers low price points, has newer rooms, allows you to use the Skyliner transportation, and a great food court for dining options. In terms of design, the resort leans more towards the cartoon side, so they appeal particularly to children.
Art of Animation Resort
Art of Animation is another top value resort in Disney World. Standard rooms come in The Little Mermaid theme, whereas family suites have Finding Nemo, Cars, and Lion King themes. While they are minimally designed, the rates certainly make up for that. You also get access to the Skyliner transportation and have relatively better food options than other value resorts.
Next, the moderate Disney World resorts are a step above the value resorts. They are not highlighted as much since they fall in the middle in terms of budget, but truthfully, they have plenty to offer.
The Cabins at Fort Wilderness Resort
If you are looking for a more adventurous experience, Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort will be perfect. It has multiple campsites and RV parking areas that make you feel like you are truly camping outdoors. Their cabins can fit up to six people, and you can even rent a golf cart and partake in activities like fishing and archery during your stay.
Coronado Springs is another great moderate resort with a beautiful pool area. While its rooms are not necessarily the biggest and there is a long distance back when leaving Walt Disney World, one of the main appeals would be the newly opened Gran Destino tower. The Vegas-themed tower certainly stands out with its beautiful lobby, club lounge, and dining area.
Finally, the deluxe resorts are the most luxurious option you have with Disney World resorts. If you are willing to splurge on your vacation and want to get the ultimate experience, these will be perfect. Finding the right deluxe resort can be a case-to-case basis since they all have different themes and amenities, but here are some of the top choices you can look into:
Polynesian Village Resort
Want to immerse yourself in French Polynesia? This resort does a great job of making you feel like you have been transported to the beautiful Pacific Island. From free movie nights to the laid-back and tiki vibes to spacious rooms, there are tons of things to enjoy at the resort. It is also close to Magic Kingdom, so if you need to leave the Walt Disney World Park, the trip back will take no time.
Animal Kingdom Lodge
Without a doubt, the Animal Kingdom Lodge continues to be one of the best Disney resorts for vacations. As its name suggests, the resort is closest to Animal Kingdom but can be quite far from the other parks. That said, it offers such an elevated experience that immerses you into the safari theme.
One of its highlights would be the animals found in the savannas outside the hotel, which you will not find elsewhere. Not to mention, the Walt Disney World dining options here are also amazing since you get to taste authentic African food.
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