Disneyland from the US to Japan.
Disneyland is home of innocent dreams. Have you ever dreamed of being a princess or prince? Or have you ever made a wish with all your heart and expected it to come true? Have you ever dreamed of living your childhood fantasies? Or has your child ever dreamed of fulfilling yours? If your answer to all these questions is a resounding yes, then Disneyland park is the place to go.
In any Disneyland park, a theme is assigned to each site or called “land.” Fantasyland is one of the most favored lands, since this land is the one that will take you back to all your fairy tale characters since childhood.
The magic of Disneyland’s appeal has captivated people from all walks of life since it was first opened in 1955. More than 500 million guests have been amazed by the fantastic splendor of its vast complex, including presidents, royalty, and heads of state. After a visit to this magical wonderland, you will find the trip well worth it.
There is no doubt that any boy or girl at heart surely had a dream or even dreams of visiting the magical kingdom of Disney. All ages yearn to experience the enchanting world of Disney land. Many Disney theme parks are already scattered throughout the world, giving joy to any visitor who passes through its doors. With unparalleled entertainment, Disney theme parks are surely the most popular vacation destination for all families worldwide.
With the many entertainments such as shows, attractions, water parks and more that Disney offers, it could be difficult to choose a specific theme park within Disney World. There are several attractions to visit and experience and surely a day or two will not be enough to see and experience them all.
All major Disney Resorts
Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California
Disneyland is the first and was founded as a single park by Walt Disney and opened on July 17, 1955, in Anaheim, California. The resort focuses on Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters.
Walt Disney World started in Lake Buena Vista, Florida
The Walt Disney World resort opened on October 1, 1971, in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, with the Magic Kingdom theme park and three resort hotels. The resort is the largest and most-visited vacation resort in the world, with four theme parks, two water parks, a shopping, dining, and entertainment complex, 21 resort hotels, eight golf courses, and several additional recreational activities
Tokyo Disney Resort
Tokyo Disney Resort, located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, opened on April 15, 1983, with Tokyo Disneyland. On September 4, 2001, the resort expanded with Tokyo DisneySea. There are several resort hotels on site
Disneyland Paris openedn in 1992
Disneyland Paris, Disney’s second resort complex outside the United States and the largest Disney resort outside of the United States, opened on April 12, 1992, as the Euro Disney Resort. Located in Marne-la-Vallée in the suburbs of Paris, France, it features two theme parks, a golf course, an entertainment complex, and seven Disney resort hotels.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort stood ready in 2005
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Disney’s fifth resort and it’s second in Asia, opened on September 12, 2005. The resort consists of Hong Kong Disneyland theme park, Inspiration Lake Recreation Centre, and three hotels, with land reserved for future expansion.
Shanghai Disney Resort
In November 2009, Disney received approval from the central government of China to build a Disney theme park, Shanghai Disneyland Park, in Shanghai’s Pudong district.
For each resort, there are various theme parks, hotels, etc. Read ahead for each Disney Resort and theme park covered.
Disneyland Paris, one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, is a fantastic place for the whole family to visit. It’s a small part of Disney away from the United States of America but it still manages to give each of its millions of visitors a fantastic experience every year.
Disneyland is the best place to bring your kids for fun, fantasy and exciting moments they’ll never forget and with the Disneyland Resort Paris is accessible to over 300 million people who can fly there in less than two hours and around 60 million people who can get there with no more than four hours by car, it’s the perfect destination for anyone living in Europe. You can do many things at the resort while you’re in.
Disneyland Paris gives you the opportunity to meet your favorite characters from the always popular Disney catalog, as well as enjoy the thematic games, shows and entertainment that will feel like a wish fulfillment. That said, even the grumpiest adults will not be able to deny the rush of adrenaline caused by the exciting rides of Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris Attractions
The history of Phantom Manor was inspired by the Western River Expedition that was never built, a Pirates of the Caribbean-style attraction designed by Marc Davis for Walt Disney World Frontierland.
This is the Disneyland Paris version of the Haunted Mansion, which is a slow walk through a house inhabited by demons.
The Frontierland in Paris is one of the most ingeniously designed areas of any Disney theme park, with a global history that touches almost everything in it. Everything culminates in Phantom Manor, which perfectly weaves a ghostly story of loss and family anguish around familiar pieces of the original Haunted Mansion. If you’ve never been to Disneyland Paris before, don’t plan a trip unless you know Phantom Manor will be open. It is the true icon and centerpiece of the park.
Ratatouille: The Adventure
The adventure is exclusive to Disneyland Paris only. The exterior of the promenade is inspired by Gusteau’s restaurant in the area now called Place de Remy.
The adventure effects of the Ratatouille are simply extraordinary! Nothing will prepare you for the unique and absolutely incredible experience, this trip is. The technology is surprising, the 4d effects do not resemble anything you have seen before and the freedom of movement of the “ratmobiles” is a joy to behold.
During the trip, you will also feel gusts of heat when you are under the oven, a cool breeze when we hide under a fridge and even smell fresh bread, oranges and delicious cuisine when we are in the kitchen. There is a scene where a champagne bottle appears and you will feel the blast of air and spray from the bottle. No video or description can capture the intensity of this ride.
Adventure is an immersive attraction that you can really only experience thanks to the power of Disney’s magic and imagination. The technology is extraordinary and impressive. Fastpass and Single Rider lines are available.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Disney fans believe that the Parisian version of Pirates of the Caribbean is the best in the world. Pirates of the Caribbean is a time boat trip to the days when pirates ruled the Caribbean. The attractions feature Audio Animatronics pirates participating in the swordsman chaos. This is the best version of perhaps the best Disney trip, so it could be said that it is the best Disney attraction anywhere. Pirates of the Caribbean is located in a beautiful bunker-style fortress. It has most of the same “extra” scenes as the Disneyland version, although they appear at the end instead of the beginning.
Big Thunder Mountain
This is the “wildest Disney ride” at Disneyland Paris. Big Thunder Mountain is located in Frontierland’s wild west area, and is one of Disneyland Paris ‘ most iconic scenes. Even though other Disney parks around the world have a Big Thunder Mountain, the Disneyland Paris version is definitely the most unique and beautiful of them all.
The walk itself is the only version of Big Thunder Mountain that is located on an island. Surprisingly, you don’t cross a bridge to get to the island, but go under the Far West River and then slowly emerge to the island. When you return you plummet through a long dark tunnel again under the Far West River!
From the main entrance, you really feel like you are in a mine with real steam engines, gold digging tools and mining offices everywhere. The tail area is full of authentic items from the era of the gold rush of 18001. The mountain itself is designed to replicate the “rising bullet” formations in the Arizona Monument Valley. Sound effects are transmitted throughout the area, including the ghosts of miners who shout “Fire in the hole!” And the wheels and the whistle of a steam locomotive. As the railway is located on a mountain island, you are surrounded by riverboats from the Wild West.
The fall in the elevation to cross the tunnel helps to add speed to the trip, which makes this version of Thunder Mountain the longest and fastest in the world.
Star Wars Hyperspace Mountain
Hyperspace Mountain is a dark and intense roller coaster through outer space with a Star Wars motif. The visual effects and the soundtrack of Star Wars movies are great, as are other aspects of this intense roller coaster. The outdoor takeoff is great, and there is more visual interest than the other space mountains, but the trip surpasses you. This is not only the small shake that you get on a rough roller coaster, but it seems to fight for minor brain damage. Like the rest of Discoveryland, the exterior and ride vehicles have a strong influence of Jules Verne and steampunk, but the overlay of Hyperspace Mountain is not ideal for that inside.
La Tanière du Dragon: The Lair of the Dragon
There is not much in this exhibition, which is hidden under the Sleeping Beauty Castle. It is a dark and short cave, with a single audio-animatronic in its center. However, it is one of the most impressive and realistic audio-animatronics you will ever see, which makes it absolutely essential on any trip to Disneyland Paris. A sleeping dragon waits inside a murky swamp, occasionally waving to lift its head and roar at the people who spy on it. Smoke coils around your body while your eyes scan the cave, sometimes it seems they look directly at you. Not much else, but it is an incredible piece of technology and the kind of immersive construction note in the world that Disney has traditionally done better than anyone else.
Alice’s Curious Maze
Alice’s Curious Labyrinth is a hedge maze attraction located at Disneyland Paris’ Fantasyland. Guests can stroll through a fantastic garden maze, find classic creatures and follow Alicia’s footsteps to discover the Queen of Hearts Castle, home to a beautiful view of Fantasyland.
The capricious maze is not only a lot of laughs and is great for the whole family, but it is also home to some fun photo opportunities that come directly from “Alice in Wonderland.” This is a fun area to explore, and the view of Fantasyland from Queen of Hearts Castle at the end is the highlight
Thunder Mesa Riverboats
A boat ride on the rivers of America aboard the Mark Twain or Molly Brown, which starts at the Thunder Mesa pier. Disneyland Paris’ Frontierland. Thunder Mesa is a beautiful place, and this is the best way to see parts of it that you wouldn’t otherwise see, including great views of Big Thunder Mountain, Wilderness Island, caves and more. It is a walk of great atmosphere with excellent views. Sunset and evening cruises are recommended aboard the Molly Brown.
Pirates Beach is located in the Adventureland area of Disneyland Paris. In French it is called “La Plage des Pirates” and is a small playground for younger children. It is a great place to relax in one of the most picturesque areas of Disneyland. It is very close to the pirate ship Captain Hooks.
This is an ideal place for children 10 years old or younger to fulfill their fantasy of being a pirate on an adventure. With mini rope bridges, swings, slides and other excellent activities, this is the place for your children to have fun!
There are some rest areas with full view of the area so you can monitor your children while taking a breath. The Pirates Beach area is usually quite quiet for your children to enjoy without time limits.
Les Mystères du Nautilus
This incredibly elaborate tour takes visitors underwater to Nautilus, with some great effects. He is meticulously attentive to every little detail and it is worth reducing the speed to appreciate it.
There is a treasure to see and appreciate on this surprisingly large tour.
Crush’s Coaster is an exciting highly valued roller coaster and a must-see at Walt Disney Studios Park
Crush’s Coaster is based on a scene from the hit Pixar movie “Finding Nemo.” Crush’s Coaster is one of the main attractions in the Toon Studios area and regularly has very large tail lines. The entrance is inspired by the Sydney Harbor, where Crush and his friends invite him for an exciting ride through several scenes of the movie.
The carriages are designed to resemble turtle shells that can accommodate 4 guests, 2 on each side looking in different directions. The guests are taken to the deep blue ocean. The first stage of the trip is a very slow and relaxing dark walk. Turtle shells snake gracefully through jellyfish scenes above with neon lights and digital projections that illuminate the depths of the sea around us.
It is worth telling any visitor that Crush’s Coaster is a familiar roller coaster, but it’s VERY exciting! Turtle shells reach speeds of almost 40 mph and, although there are no investments or loops, there is a 50-foot drop. There is no age limit to travel, but guests must be at least 107 cm to go to the Crush’s Coaster attraction.
Where to stay at Disneyland Paris
Disney’s Newport Bay Club
Disney’s Newport Bay Club is a charming 4-star maritime-style hotel that takes you through the atmosphere and surroundings of a luxurious coastal resort. All this is done with its 1900 coastal mansion that is located on the shores of Lake Disney. While enjoying the charm and the marine touch, it is only a 15-minute walk from the parks or a free shuttle service.
Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe
Disney’s Hotel Santa Fe is a 20-minute walk from Disney ® Parks, while RER Marne-la-Vallée Chessy Train Station is an 18-minute walk away. There is free Wi-Fi and parking at the property. In this hotel guests can encounter characters from Disney.
A flat-screen TV with Disney and international channels is available in the Disney Pixar’s Cars themed rooms. You also have an en suite bathroom, complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Electric kettle available, subject to availability and upon request.
A continental breakfast is served regularly, subject to availability, at an extra charge. Guests will dine at the restaurant buffet or enjoy a drink at the lively southwestern-style bar. Guests can also take advantage of snack and soda vending machines. The property has a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage and a Disney store.
Ace Hôtel Paris Marne La Vallée
Ace Hôtel Paris Marne La Vallée provides lodging in Bailly-Romainvillier, 5 km from Disneyland Paris. The house is 40 km from the center of Paris.
Both rooms are accessible by elevator and have air conditioning and a flat-screen TV. They come with a private bathroom. For your convenience, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer.
Paris is 35 km from Ace Hôtel Paris Marne La Vallée, while Marne-la-Vallée is 3.7 km away. The nearest airport is Paris-Charles de Gaulle, 26 km from the accommodation. The A4 motorway is 3.4 km away.Vienna House Castle of Dreams Marne La Vallee
Live the life of a royal family in this luxurious 4-star hotel. Inspired by the splendor of European historic castles, this is a royal refuge with a magical touch.
Vienna House Dream Castle Marne La Vallee, which offers a free shuttle service to Disneyland Paris, is surrounded by a lake and gardens, and its facilities include an indoor pool and a spa.
The rooms and suites, decorated in the style of the musketeer and Potsdam Castle, are equipped with a flat-screen TV, free Wi-Fi, a minibar, tea and coffee making facilities and air conditioning.
The hotel’s restaurant, The Kitchen, serves a full American buffet breakfast that offers a wide variety of hot and cold dishes and cakes. The Market’s buffet-style restaurant is open every night and serves a selection of French and European dishes. Snacks are available at the bar from 11:00 to 23:00.
Guests are invited to relax at the Dream Castle Spa which features a heated indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, gym, massage therapy and a variety of beauty treatments.
Tokyo Disney should always be at the top of the list every time you visit Japan. There are two theme parks, Tokyo DisneySea and Tokyo Disneyland that are not far from the center of Tokyo and are easy to add to your itinerary.
Your trip to Japan is not perfect without visiting Tokyo disney theme park, one of Tokyo’s most famous tourist attractions and amusement parks. This park is quite impressive, as it will take you to the world of dreams, which is not Japan or any other country on our planet. Most tourists go to the park wanting to see shows and parades, enjoy wonderful attractions and see beautiful Disney characters on display.
Tokyo Disneyland is a classic Disney park and is similar to Magic Kingdom in Orlando or Disneyland California. It has a fairytale castle, popular characters like Mickey Mouse and much loved attractions like Space Mountain. There are also some unique attractions.
Tokyo DisneySea attractions are more adult-oriented than in its sister park Tokyo Disneyland, and there are many other attractions that are great to do without children, such as having a cocktail in a 1920’s lounge on an elegant cruise
Disneyland Tokyo Attractions
Pooh’s Hunny Hunt
Dark ride without rails through the world of Winnie the Pooh. This is the gold standard for Fantasyland’s dark games: you’ll never look the rest the same after Hunny Hunt. The railless driving system is key, but so are the great scenes and other effects. Hunny Hunt ride vehicles dance with each other and involve their environments in a way that adds an incredible amount of immersion.
Alice Tea Party
Alice’s Mad Hatter in Wonderland offers the theme and customers spin feverishly in large cups of tea. If you are lucky, you can see some Disney characters taking a turn. When this happens, it’s like a red carpet at the Academy Awards, with dozens of Tokyo Disney fans taking lots of photos on the sidelines.
Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek!
Monsters, Inc. Ride & Go Seek! It is the most popular ride in Tokyo Disneyland. Unlike the attractions of this park, this iconic attraction cannot be found in any other Disney park.
It is an interactive dark walk that takes place after the events of the movie Monsters, Inc. Along with Boo, you are invited to play a hide-and-seek game with flashlights.
You get on a moving tram and go out in search of monsters. When you see a monster helmet, turn on your flashlight and the monsters will appear. It is a fun and cute ride.
The challenge is to get it. As it is so popular, you should hurry there as soon as the park opens and ride it or take a Fastpass.
Tokyo Disneyland Mountain Ride
This mountain ride through Disneyland in Tokyo is another classic and also very popular among tourists.
Big Thunder Mountain is a fun ride on a runaway mining train with sudden drops and turns. It’s not a scary roller coaster, but it’s fast and we love the Wild West theme.
The trip takes you through an old gold mine and there are many humorous details to detect along the way. It is worth riding day and night.
Western River Railroad
Travel by rail leaving Adventureland and taking guests through Westernland and Critter Country before returning to Adventureland. Unlike other Disney theme parks, this railroad does not surround the perimeter of the park. Instead, it is a circuit that starts and returns to Adventureland. While it cannot be used as transportation between land, Western River Railroad offers beautiful views of attractions and scenes, including Primeval World, along the way.
Cinderella Fairy Tale Room
At Cinderella’s Fairy Tale Hall, take a self-guided tour through the upper aisles of Cinderella Castle and discover the story of the film told through some unique pieces of art. Each piece was made by a different artist, so you will see many different artistic presentations for the different parts of Cinderella’s animated Disney version. While touring the castle, take some time to look out the windows and appreciate the beautiful view of Fantasyland. You will also find several photographs inside the Hall, including Cinderella’s throne and her glass slipper.
Storybook Voyage of Sinbad
Storybook Voyage of Sinbad is a cross between Pirates of the Caribbean and It’s a small world.
Storybook Voyage of Sindbad is an attraction in the Arabian coast harbor in Tokyo DisneySea. For newcomers to DisneySea, this 13-minute boat ride based on “The Seven Journeys of Sinbad the Sailor” by Arabian Nights could be one of the park’s best kept secrets.
You will follow Sindbad, the sailor and his tiger cub, Chandu, while sailing from their home port to Mermaid Rocks, then to Rukh Island, the Giant’s Cave, the Sultan’s Palace, the Land of the Apes and finally to the Strait of whales, before returning home. Along the way, you’ll find some of the biggest animatronic figures anywhere, creating an impressive scale that is unmatched on any other dark voyage, including Pirates of the Caribbean.
Country Bear Jamboree
A stage show with audio-animatronics singing southern bears. Have you ever wondered what is better than stereotypical bears in the southern United States acting in English? Those same bears also speak Japanese! It makes them more cults. If you are the politically correct type who is offended by some ironic and bad-tasting jokes when singing bears while parodying the stereotypical southern culture, you will love the Country Bear Jamboree in Tokyo Disneyland … because you cannot understand them jokes! In all seriousness, Country Bear Jamboree is something we must do even though we do not understand all the dialogue because its maintenance is impeccable and its pre-show and post-show are full of incredible artifacts.
Soaring: Fantastic Flight
Based on Soarin ‘Around the World, this new attraction features new exclusive scenes from Tokyo Disney Resort. Riders on Soaring: Fantastic Flight will travel through famous landscapes around the world and experience breezes and aromas to match each scene.
Fantastic Flight also presents the thematic queue, called “Fantastic Flight Museum”, located in the hills of the Mediterranean port in the context of an old-world Italian town. Dedicated to the dream of the man of flying, the museum celebrates the achievements of Camellia Falco, an innovator in the field of aviation, and takes a look at his life.
A tour of the museum includes a magical visit of the spirit of Camellia, and ends with the guests addressing their greatest achievement: a flying vehicle of their own design called Dream Flyer.
Splash Mountain is a canal ride that presents a story from the movie Disney’s Song of the South, and culminates with a big drop in the heather patch. That emotion plus the excellent show scenes driven by Audio-Animatronics make it a complete winner.
The ride combines steep slopes with a variety of the best Disney special effects. Covering more than half a mile, the ride splashes through swamps, caves and swampy forests before reaching the climax in a 52-foot dive and Br’er Rabbit’s triumphant return home. The entire trip is populated by more than 100 audio-animatronic characters, including Br’er Rabbit, Br’er Bear and Br’er Fox, all riders with songs that include “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah.”
Where to stay at Disneyland Tokyo
Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
Even when the crowds have disappeared and the doors of Tokyo Disneyland are closed at night, the magic continues to arrive for guests staying at the exclusive Tokyo Disneyland Hotel. There are 706 rooms in four categories. Everything in the Tokyo Disneyland Hotel ranges from elegant luxury rooms to cavernous suites and accommodations with themed whimsical characters. There is a generous pinch of pixie dust in the Tinker Bell room, while the only thing missing from Cinderella’s room is your own blue prince.
The hotel is designed with children in mind and offers a variety of outdoor spaces to explore, including the Fantasia Court and the vibrant Alice’s Garden. Head to the Misty Mountains pool to enjoy a lovely place to disconnect from the constant buzz of adrenaline rides and parades.
Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel
Tokyo Bay Maihama Hotel, located right next to the Tokyo Disney Resort, offers accommodation in Tokyo. The hotel has a 24-hour fountain desk and on-site private parking, as well as a public restroom and a spa, which are offered for an additional fee.
A limousine bus service offers convenient access to and from Narita and Haneda International Airport. It takes approximately 85 minutes for buses to reach Narita International Airport and 60 minutes to Haneda International Airport. Free shuttle service to and from the Bayside station of Disney Resort Line is available throughout the day at short intervals. The free shuttle service is available to and from JR Maihama station, which depart approximately every 20 minutes.
Guests will find a souvenir shop on site and a convenience store operated by the hotel. There are vending machines for drinks and a laundry service is available for a fee.
All rooms have air conditioning, a desk, a seating area, a flat-screen TV with pay-per-view channels, a fridge and an electric kettle. The private bathroom includes a bathtub and shower cubicle. Free toiletries, slippers and a hairdryer are provided.
Okura Tokyo Bay Hotel
The Okura Tokyo Bay Hotel, located just in front of the Bayside station on the Disney Resort line, features 4 restaurants, a bar and a gym that includes a gym. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property and private parking is available on site. The property offers a free shuttle service from JR Maihama station on weekends and holidays.
All rooms at Tokyo Bay Hotel Okura feature air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a seating area, a fridge and an electric kettle. The spacious bathroom with marble walls has a separate shower and bathtub. Free toiletries, towels and a hairdryer are provided.
The establishment has a 24-hour reception, shops and banquet rooms. Services include luggage storage, currency exchange, dry cleaning, ironing and massage services.
Guests will find French, Japanese, Chinese and Western coffee shops at the Okura Tokyo Bay Hotel. Buffet breakfast is available. There is also a shop that sells breads, cakes and snacks, as well as alcoholic beverages and soft drinks on site.
Hilton Tokyo Bay
Located on the east coast of Tokyo Bay and just 20 minutes by train from Tokyo Station, the Hilton Tokyo Bay hotel is the official hotel of the Tokyo Disney Resort. It offers spacious rooms with views of the ocean or the Disney complex, has 5 restaurants and indoor and outdoor pools.
Elegantly decorated, the rooms at Tokyo Bay Hilton feature personalized service. Each has a flat screen TV with DVD player, and the spacious seating area invites you to relax.
The Bayside Monorail Station on the Disney Resort Line is just a 6-minute walk or 1-minute shuttle bus ride, and goes directly to Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea. The Narita airport limousine bus stops at the hotel.
Guests can refresh themselves with a massage at the Relaxation Salon Hamam Spa Tokyo Bay or recharge with a workout in the gym. A business center and a beauty salon are also offered.
Guests can try a variety of Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Thai cuisines at the 25-meter long buffet at The Square: Forest Garden. Dynasty Restaurant serves authentic Chinese flavors and The Square: Accendo offers Mediterranean dishes. Those looking for a cocktail should go to Silva Bar.
Ask any child what their desired vacation destination might be and they will undoubtedly answer “Disney World Florida.” What child wouldn’t want to be surrounded by the magic and fairy dust of the Disney experience? From fun and exciting games to shows on exciting stages and hugs from your favorite character, Disney World Florida is the dream of all little ones.
From the earliest years, when Walt Disney’s dream of a premier vacation destination for all ages emerged from acres of orange trees in central Florida, Disney World Florida has delighted vacationers around the world. Since its opening in October 1971, Walt Disney World is the largest recreational center in the world. It is a resort that is visited by people from all over the world. With its abundance of theme parks, water parks, hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and many other fun resorts, Walt Disney World attracts tourists from all over the world. It is a source of attraction for visitors, as it offers a variety of unique experiences for people, which remain a precious memory in their minds forever.
Experiencing the magic of Walt Disney World Florida is something that is rarely forgotten as a child or as an adult. Families around the world dream of going to Florida and enjoying the fun that awaits them at Walt Disney. It offers large equipment parks such as Epcot, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom and MGM Studios. Families, especially children, would never tire of the fun and fun they would experience at Walt Disney.
Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando is known for being the happiest place on the face of the earth.
Walt Disney World Resort Theme Park
Walt Disney World Resort is an almost 40-square-mile world-class entertainment and recreation center that has four theme parks (Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom); two adventure water parks (Disney’s Blizzard Beach and Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon); 34 tourist hotels (24 owned and operated by Walt Disney World); 81 holes of golf in five courses; two full service spas; Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports complex; and Disney Springs, an entertainment complex, shops and restaurants.
The Best Attraction in Magic Kingdom
Here are the best attractions for all ages in Magic Kingdom as Traveltalk sees it
One of the most popular attractions in the Magic Kingdom is Splash Mountain. Based on the 1946 animated film, Song of the South, this channel record walk features the pranks of Brer Fox and Brer Bear’s attempts to catch the cunning Brer Rabbit while searching for his place of laughter. This is a water ride, so there are many possibilities for you to get wet. His empty record of eight people follows Br’er Rabbit as he tries to escape from the grip of Br’er Fox and Br’er Bear while searching for his place of laughter on this favorite Walt Disney World® Resort ride.
Your log glides smoothly and slowly up to 5 stories high at Splash Mountain® Attraction while watching the story unfold. While traveling through Chick-A-Pin Hill, you will see several houses of the creatures that live there, like rabbits, alligators and more. After climbing your second hill, you can even see Frontierland below if you look to your left. Going down the little drop, you will enter Chick-A-Pin Hill, where more than 100 Audio-Animatronics sing, fish and dance. Some of the places within Splash Mountain include Critter Cave, the fishing spot, the old swimming pit and more.
While all the joy takes place, Br’er Rabbit quickly begins to realize the danger he is in and begins to invent crazy antics to escape his two enemies. The adventure takes a dark and dangerous turn when you land in complete darkness. But be sure to greet all the frogs and give them greetings from the frog family!
Train of the Seven Dwarfs Mine
Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is a familiar roller coaster in Fantasyland with the theme of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Guests board a car of the mine and enter and leave the charming mine where a million diamonds shine! I think Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is a half-familiar and half-dark roller coaster. While there are jumps and turns through the outside of the mine, the trip slows down once the guests enter the mine pit where the audio-animatronics of the Seven Dwarfs work in the bright mine.
The outer tail snakes through the forest at the foot of the mine shaft. There is some shade in some areas, but keep in mind that the outer tail is exposed to the elements. The inner tail is interactive with tasks such as sorting and washing jewels, as well as turning barrels with some magical results! In addition to interactive activities, in true Disney fashion, the queue is full of lovely details that help bring the story to life.
This is not a roller coaster. Seven Dwarfs Mine Train is a roller coaster of stories that tells a story as it progresses.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
The Big Thunder Mountain Railroad that transports you in time to the days of the United States Gold Rush in the 1850s. Guests arrive at the Big Thunder Mining Company and board a runaway mining train that goes through caves and canyons. You will avoid landslides, explosives, sulfur-filled hot springs and accelerate through the ghost town of Tumbleweed, sounding its disturbing high-pitched whistle. He has definitely won the title of “wildest ride in the desert.”
This runaway roller coaster of mining cars features 20 animatronic audio figures that include donkeys, chickens, opossums and the same rainmaker, Professor Cumulus Isobar.
Emotion seekers will prefer to travel in the back of the train, as it is more exciting than in the front. You really have to pay attention or you can miss the great landscape and attention to detail, such as the dinosaur skeleton integrated into the mountain. This is one of the main attractions and alignments of Magic Kingdom can be quite long.
Enchanted Tales with Belle
Enchanted Tales with Belle is an interactive live show located in Fantasyland. Guests enter Maurice’s cabin and enter his workshop full of inventions and a magic mirror that transforms into a portal that leads to Beast Castle. It is there that Wardrobe interacts with the group and informs them that they will surprise Belle with a recreation of the story of Beauty and the Beast. Volunteers are assigned roles and given accessories before being escorted to the library before a Lumière who speaks and, finally, a surprised Bella who helps retell the story with the help of her new friends.
Disney Fantasy Festival Parade
Disney Fantasy Parade Festival starts in the area of Frontierland, past Splash Mountain Attraction, then crosses the area of Liberty Square and finally reaches Town Square on Main Street, U.S.A. Area, and ends near the station. Watch The Princess Garden which is leading the parade, a Disney royalty celebration. Bella can be seen dancing with Beast while Prince Charming accompanies Cinderella. Tiana and her husband also welcome the crowd. Anna and Elsa show up “Frozen!” The parade’s Disney soundtrack follows the floats with short clips from their video of the famous songs.
Many points along the parade route provide a great view of the parade. You can see the parade when searching for an early viewing position without anyone blocking your view, this can lead to some interaction of characters as the parade passes. If you don’t want to find an early spot for observation, walking while the parade begins is ok. He’ll probably stand behind other guests, but the floats at the parade are very high, so his eyesight won’t be very limited.
Walt Disney’s Animal Kingdom
Disney’s Animal Kingdom is a zoo theme park located in the Orlando, Florida Walt Disney World Resort. It is the newest of all the theme parks in Walt Disney World and, in many ways, the most magical. Set on 500 acres, this massive park is the largest of all Disney theme parks.
It’s full of live animals, as well. In an unforgettable and incomparable wildlife experience, all without leaving Orlando, you can discover the wonder of the rainforests, the African savannas and the Asian jungles at the Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park. The winding roads lead to a zoo display of exotic park animals such as Sumatran tigers and gibbons playing in acrobatic scenes, while safari attractions carry passengers across a 110-acre field of giraffes, lions and elephants.
The Best Attraction in Disney Animal Kingdom
A part of the fantasy, a part of history and a part of pure Disney fun, this whimsical land combines the wonders of paleontology with fantastic attractions and a spectacular musical presentation, with a delicious dose of carnival action and character time for the youthful pleasure
DinoLand U.S.A. is dark and full of man-eating dinosaurs in every corner, but halfway through Dinosaur, a meteor “crashes” and the rover of time begins to move. The loud sirens continue to sound while a voice counts down until the moment of extinction. It’s dark, it’s loud and you can’t leave! The truly unethical scientist urges us to go on and on, refusing to rescue the time explorer, even in the face of certain death.
Lion King Festival
Acrobats, singers and other artists with tribal attire and vibrant costumes, in addition to parade floats with characters of the Lion King and other creatures represent scenes inspired by the Lion King in a lively theatrical show.
Festival of the Lion King is a quality Broadway show based on the Disney animated classic, “The Lion King.” It is a 30-minute show in an air-conditioned amphitheater with 1,450 seats and is located at Camp Minnie-Mickey in the Disney’s Animal Kingdom® theme park.
Maharajah Jungle Trek
Exhibition of animals with birds, bats and tigers. His scenes that bring him closer to several animals, all while going through an elaborately themed Asian environment. While encounters with animals are great, as are the cast members here who share information about them, the environments of the Maharajah Jungle Trek are the real star. At one point it seems that you are going through the ruins of a remote temple that has existed for thousands of years, and details abound everywhere. All this makes it appear that you are experiencing the real environments where these animals live, instead of just observing them in their pens. It really seems that you are an active participant in some kind of exploration.
Tree of Life Awakening
Visiting Animal Kingdom at night is a completely different experience from what you will see during the day. After sunset, a new magical world appears.
The Awakens that occur during the night are truly magical moments that are the best element of Animal Kingdom at night at this time. Tree of Life Awakenings has added a vibrant element to the nightly experiences of Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. The new night show projects beautiful colors and images in the Tree of Life every 10 minutes in the park. This is a crowd favorite.
Avatar Flight of Passage Pandora
This exciting adventure transports explorers through Pandora’s alien world, offering realistic encounters: whale-like splattering, blowing wind, roaring banshees and a threatening encounter with a flying predator. The Avatar Flight exciting 4-minute flight through the world of sci-fi bioluminescence and floating mountains is orchestrated with the London Symphony Orchestra recording a complex musical score.
Passengers boards a soul in sorrow and link to an avatar traveling through Pandora to encounter a simulator that is much more “powerful” than any other attraction of its kind in the past. You can feel your soul’s breath in sorrow, the ocean’s wind and dew on your face and smell a lot of odors along the way.
Walt Disney’s Hollywood Theme Studios
Lights Camera action! This is what you would feel when entering the premises of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. All moviegoers and even a simple visitor can appreciate the wonder of making movies in every square meter of this theme park. In each attraction you enter, it is like a celebration of the magic of cinema or even the history of cinema that eventually evolved over the years. It makes you feel excited and fascinated that the Disney company has created something from nothing.
From shows and dynamic live-action attractions to behind-the-scenes views of movie stages, Disney’s Hollywood Studios offers you a world of entertainment. Here you will have the opportunity to watch your favorite TV shows, movies and characters come alive. You will also have the opportunity to feel as if you were in the middle of Hollywood productions.
Best Attraction at the Disney’s Hollywood Theme Studios
RISE OF THE RESISTANCE
The history of the trip takes place almost at the same time fictional in the galaxy “Star Wars” between “The Force Awakens” and “The Rise of Skywalker”. Park visitors are treated as Resistance recruits, and the trip itself is designed like the rebels.
The true strength of Rise of the Resistance lies in its ability to tell a compelling and coherent story that increases tension and keeps you guessing as it develops, recreating a desperate chase through a First Order Star Destroyer in a way that evokes Luke, Han and Leia’s attempt to escape the Death Star in A New Hope, complete with abundant blaster fire and encounters with multiple Stormtroopers. Along the way, Rey, Finn and Poe help you, as well as other members of the Resistance, and you’ll face off against Kylo Ren and General Hux, thanks to a combination of precise and realistic projections. Animatronics Like Hondo Ohnaka in Smugglers Run, animatronics are the most prominent here, especially a new character from Mon Calamari named Beck who helps guide his breakup.
Millennium Falcon: The Smuggler’s Race
Set between The Last Jedi events and The Rise of Skywalker, Smuggler’s Run places guests in the role of flight crew members recruited by Hondo Ohnaka, space pirate, smuggler and Ohnaka Transport Solutions founder. Guests are welcomed at the entrance as they see the Millennium Falcon on the landing pad while waiting for their next flight.
The pilots are tasked with flying the ship controlling their movement during the flight, the pilot on the right side causing the ship to swing up and down while the pilot on the left side directs the ship to the left and to the right and operates the thrusters. Whereas, by operating their laser cannons and front missiles, gunners defend the rocket, while engineers repair the Falcon and manage its unique modifications to its mission.
During his flight Hondo serves as the guests ‘ guide, flying in his boat before them. It encourages guests to act throughout the mission by interacting with certain buttons, switches, and levers when turned on.
The most creative outdoor show ever attempted at any theme park is Fantasmic. Starring Mickey Mouse in his role as an aspiring Fantasia wizard, the production uses lasers, projected images in a blanket of fog, fireworks, lighting effects and music in such spectacular combinations that you can hardly believe what you see. The plot is simple: right versus wrong.
On an island in front of the 7,900-seat Hollywood Hills Amphitheater, Fantasmic is portrayed. The amphitheater, by far the largest theatrical installation ever built by Disney, will hold an additional 2,000 guests for almost 10,000 audiences.
Lightning McQueen Racing Academy
This is a 10-minute show featuring an impressive Lightning McQueen Audio Animatronics vehicle that interacts with other characters on the screen and the audience while using a state-of-the-art racing simulator. McQueen meets friends like Mater and Cruz Ramírez, with an outstanding message of teamwork, friendship and perseverance. He also meets one of his main enemies, Chick Hicks, who interrupts the show to challenge Lightning McQueen.
Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
On the premise of the attraction, inspired by the themes of the television series, Guests visit the legendary Hollywood Tower Hotel sitting aboard an old and dilapidated “freight elevator” that slides through mysterious passageways of the hotel, images Spooky past of former guests. As the journey progresses, the elevator enters a black well. The elevator throws the guests unexpectedly into the sky, then, so suddenly, the wires “break” and electric sparks ignite. The vehicle then submerges 13 floors. The elevator rises steeply once more, with an unpredictable series of shorter falls and climbs.
The “exciting” part of the trip takes you through a series of ups and downs that a computer randomly selects so you never know which version of the trip you are about to experience.
This attraction is for thrill lovers!
Walt Disney Epcot Theme Park.
Epcot at the World Disney World Resort in Florida is the ideal place for your next family vacation. The name, Epcot, means “Prototypical Experimental Community of Tomorrow” and was Walt Disney’s vision of a large, self-sufficient futuristic city.
Since the beginning of the park, it has been a prominent name in advancement and technology. It is one of the most visited theme parks worldwide and will remain just that.
Walt Disney says: “EPCOT … will be inspired by the new ideas and new inventions and technologies that are now emerging from the creative centers of American industry. It will be a community of tomorrow that will never be completed, but always presented, examined and displayed new materials and systems. And EPCOT will always be a showcase for the world of ingenuity and imagination of American free enterprise. ”
Best Attraction at the Walt Disney Epcot Theme Park.
The American Adventure Pavilion in World Showcase is a 5 story colonial-style building. Here you’ll find a variety of displays that tell the history of the United States with drawings, flags and artistic and historical artefacts. The American Adventure series is the pavilion’s main attraction, and one of Disney’s best shows.
This attraction uses 35 figures from Audio-Animatronics, a massive 72-foot projector screen, and exciting patriotic songs to educate the public about America’s turbulent and amazing history. Ben Franklin and Mark Twain are their guides as they observe the Mayflower landing, the Boston Tea Party, the Declaration of Independence, the Civil War and the Great Depression. You will see how these seminal developments in the nation it is today have influenced the United States.
Historical figures including Thomas Jefferson, Chief Joseph, Susan B. Anthony, Frederick Douglass and Teddy Roosevelt are included in the film. The attraction was revised to include an Audio-Animatronic model of Donald Trump. I love it or hate it, it does make this production a bit more interesting!
Spaceship Earth – Epcot’s Best Attractions
The Earth spacecraft is the most recognizable feature of Epcot. This geodesic sphere not only serves as a symbol of the park, but is also the namesake and the location of one of Epcot’s best attractions.
The attraction of the Earth Spacecraft is a dark journey that takes its guests to the past on a remarkable journey from the Stone Age to the modern era. Great moments in human communication come alive with Audio-Animatonics figures and detailed stage designs. This inspiring 16-minute time trip begins with scenes of rock painting and then continues with the invention of the printing press and then towards the televised moon landing and modern media. All this recounted in a vivid and entertaining way.
Once you have returned to the present, guests have the opportunity to design their own future using the functions of the touch screen inside their vehicle.
Test Track Presented by Chevrolet
Guests are required to complete their custom concept vehicles, they will have the opportunity to test them on the Sim Track, loading digital copies of their vehicles in a test car that will take them throughout the trip. They will want to stand firm, because these are not the cups of tea. The turbo launches, the sharp curves and the sudden falls are part of this exciting journey, and while the guests enjoy the excitement, their personalized conceptual vehicles are rated in speed, control, responsiveness and efficiency.
During the queue, you will go through a futuristic process, with a series of design prototypes and interactive elements that will allow you to have an idea of what real-time car creation entails. You will see videos of engineers discussing the car design process and listen to what makes the “perfect car.”
A popular hang glider simulator that offers a great flight over some amazing places around the world. The Soarin Worldwide giant screen combined with oscillating gliders and an epic score creates a truly credible experience, which makes Soarin absolutely essential for anyone who meets the 40 ” height requirement and isn’t too afraid of heights.
Chat with Turtle Crush
Located off the The Seas with Nemo & Friends, Turtle Talk with Crush consists of a mostly unwritten real-time conversation between Crush, the 150-year-old sea turtle surfer from the Disney / Pixar movie Finding Nemo, and the audience Children are encouraged to sit in front to have a better view of the Window to the Ocean and Crush. The guests, especially the children, are chosen to ask Crush questions and he responds and talks freely with them. Crush looks and moves as much as he does in the movie, with facial expressions and subtle gestures.
The Seas with Nemo And Friends
The Seas with Nemo & Friends is a high-tech journey with characters from the animated hit Finding Nemo. The tour also deposits it in the heart of the pavilion, where the observation platforms for the main SeaBase aquarium are located.
Upon entering The Seas pavilion, you have the option to experience the trip or go directly to the SeaBase exhibition area. If you choose the ride, you will be taken to your cargo area, where you will feel comfortable in a “clamobile” for your trip through the aquarium. The attraction has technology that makes it appear that animated characters are swimming with live fish. Very cool. Almost immediately you meet Mr. Ray and his class and discover that Nemo is missing. The rest of the odyssey is to find Nemo with the help of Dory, Bruce, Marlin, Squirt and Crush. However, unlike the movie, the trip ends with a musical ending.
Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Theme Water Park
Typhoon Lagoon’s theme is that the island was a tropical paradise that finally became a small tourist destination: Placid Palms Resort. One fateful day, a typhoon threw all kinds of boats, surfboards, submarines and everything else on the whole island. This “redecoration” transformed the tourist island into Typhoon Lagoon.
In terms of execution on his subject, Typhoon Lagoon really complies. It is a fun themed riff with visual gags and details, and it is very fun to experience this vivid atmosphere of “something went wrong.” Where else are you going to find a shipwrecked shrimp boat on top of a volcanic mountain that erupts every half hour?
Typhoon Lagoon’s theme is that the island was a tropical paradise that finally became a small tourist destination: Placid Palms Resort. One fateful day, a typhoon threw all kinds of boats, surfboards, submarines and everything else on the whole island. This “redecoration” transformed the tourist island into Typhoon Lagoon.
Best Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park Attraction
Miss Tilly is the name of the ship on top of Mount Mayday. It is a shrimp boat, or so the legend says. Miss Tilly was caught in the storm and was thrown to the top of Mount Mayday. Now, every 30 minutes, Miss Tilly blows the horn and throws a water geyser into the air.
Miss Adventure Falls
Miss Adventure Falls is the last family raft ride full of falls, turns and inclined turns. It incorporates a scene with an animatronic character that is something more typically reserved for a ride in a Disney theme park. Guests are loaded into large circular rafts and ride a conveyor belt to begin the journey. As they ascend the elevator, they meet Duncan, a talking parrot, which cracks on board a wrecked ship. According to the “legend”, the parrot and the ship belong to Captain Mary Oceaneer, also known as Miss Adventure. While navigating the two-minute course, visitors can see some of the treasures that the famous explorer has accumulated in his travels around the world.
Castaway Creek is a ride on an inner tube in a meandering stream that surrounds Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon water park.
Guests of all ages can take a raft and relax in the tropical refuge of this winding and continuous 2,000-foot-long river that winds through the entire water park. Relax in an inner tube while your smooth journey takes you through mists and cold grottos, lush tropical forests and invigorating waterfalls.
Drive to your liking and advance aimlessly, or use Castaway Creek to effortlessly transport yourself to other areas of Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Water Park. There are 5 locations to enter and exit Castaway Creek.
Castaway Creek is located at ground level and rafts are included in the entrance fee. Take a raft anywhere along the stream route to sunbathe and go with the flow.
Crush ‘N’ Gusher
One of the park’s most exciting attractions is the Crush N’ Gusher roller coaster.
In Crush ‘N’ Gusher, Guests pick up a two-seater inner tube at the base of the attraction and climb several flights of stairs to the top of the tower. You can choose one of the three water roller coaster slides, the pineapple plunger (only for two riders), the coconut crusher (for one or two riders) or the Banana Blaster (only for two riders).
While traveling in Crush ‘n’ Gusher, guests are transported in inflatable rafts and immediately begin to experience the sensations of a roller coaster, made possible by some of the latest water ride innovations today. Powerful jets of water propel guests through cavernous twists and turns, which eventually spit them into the calm waters of Hideaway Bay.
Typhoon Lagoon Surf Pool
The Typhoon Lagoon surf pool is one of the largest continental wave pools in the world. It is approximately 2.5 acres in size with 3 million gallons of water (80,000 gallons are used for each wave). The Typhoon Lagoon surf pool uses a machine to generate a wave of approximately 6 feet in height every 90 seconds, with periods of calm between the waves.
The large waves of the Typhoon Lagoon surf pool provide the perfect training spot for beginner surfers. Private classes are offered early in the morning on selected days before the park opens.
Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park
Blizzard Beach has the theme of a melted ski resort in Central Florida that has since become a water park. According to the backstory of the park, on a mild day, a winter storm developed over part of Walt Disney World Resort and covered the area with snow. Opportunistic people quickly created the first Florida ski resort there, with ski slopes and waterslides. Unfortunately, as construction was completed, Florida’s weather returned to normal and the snow began to melt. Around this time, Ice Gator, the park’s mascot, flew over the launch of Summit Plummet on skis and crashed into the village. Wanting to make the most of your investment, the park was transformed into a water park, and most of the ski areas became “water adventure” areas.
Blizzard Beach runs this backstory smoothly, with the park really like a failed ski resort. When walking through the entrance, the park immediately looks like a picturesque Swiss ski town. Disney nailed this theme with Blizzard Beach.
Best Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park Attraction
Blizzard Beach Mt. The great gun of Gushmore, one of the highest and fastest free-fall speed slides in the world. From the Summit Plummet “ski jump” tower at the top of the green slopes, it’s a wild dive of 55 mph and 12 stories down, then into a tunnel before a whitewater landing at the end of the 360 feet – long term. It looks almost like a straight vertical fall, and you can’t help feeling like a double of the movie while you launch. If you are looking from the beach below, you can help but hear the screams of the participants. The trip is not for guests who are pregnant or who have heart, back or neck problems. Make this one of your first stops. This is meant for the thrill junkie.
Slush Gusher is a 90-foot high-speed water slide for large children, teenagers and adults at the Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park.
Although a little more tame than its neighbor Summit Plummet, Slush Gusher is an exciting journey for active slide enthusiasts. Slide and find out for yourself!
To get to Slush Gusher, climb the chairlift to the top of Mount Gushmore or take the ladder path and follow the signs to attractions in the Green Slope area of the mountain. You must be at least 48 inches (122 cm) tall to mount Slush Gusher.
Downhill Double Dipper
Unleash your competitiveness on the water slides, where you can compete with friends and family at epic speeds. Once the Double Dipper start gate is lifted, you will go through a dark tunnel in an inner tube and then go downhill to reach the final fall through the finish line. The flags mark their course and your time will be displayed on a digital stopwatch, as in an alpine ski race. Look at the stopwatch to find out who is the winner!
The story behind Blizzard Beach includes a funny little character, the Ice Gator. The idea of turning the ski resort into a water park first occurred to the owners of the resorts when they saw an icy blue crocodile sliding down the ski slopes melting. You can still see some winks at the Ice Gator around Blizzard Beach, particularly at Beach Haus, where it is clear that he lost control on those muddy slopes!
Cross Country Creek
Blizzard Beach’s slow river, Cross Country Creek, is a family favorite within the park. Surround the whole park and it is both relaxing and amusing! For starters, while you’re floating, you’ll find a leaking snow machine, the Ice Gator house that throws water from the chimney and even a dark cave where ice water drips. There are also seven separate landings in Cross Country Creek where you can enter and exit; and the ice blue tubes you can find stacked here are for your use and are completely free! This particular attraction is enjoyable for all members of the family, and is a great way to get around the park.
WHERE TO STAY AT DISNEYLAND FLORIDA.
The cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort
The family-friendly hotel is located in a quiet wooded area within the Walt Disney World Resort, on the shores of Lake Bay.
This cabin at Disney Fort has a marina, a restaurant and an outdoor pool. Free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas, free airport shuttle and free theme park shuttle. Other facilities include a poolside bar, a cafeteria and self parking. The cabin has a kitchen with a fridge, hob, microwave and dishwasher. Guests will appreciate amenities such as a living room and a coffee / tea maker, while a TV with cable channels and a DVD player offer some entertainment.
This cabin offers 408 air-conditioned accommodations with DVD players and coffee / tea makers. Rooms open to patios. Accommodations offer separate living rooms. The rooms in this 3.5-star cabin have a kitchen with a large fridge / freezer, hob, microwave and cooking utensils / dishes / utensils. The bathrooms are equipped with shower / bathtub and hairdryer.
For those looking for something a little different with their stay at Walt Disney World Resort
Walt Disney World Swan
Family resort on Lake Buena Vista on Bay Lake, a short walk from Disney’s Boardwalk
In addition to 5 restaurants, this non-smoking complex features a full-service spa and an outdoor pool. Free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas and free shuttle service to the theme park. Other facilities at the Walt Disney World Swan include 2 bars with lounge, a 24-hour gym and a beach bar. The 758 rooms with different decorations have Wi-Fi and double-padded beds. For a little entertainment, guests will find flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, and other amenities include 24-hour room service and high-quality linens.
The bathrooms are equipped with a shower / bathtub, toiletries and a hairdryer.
Wireless Internet access in the room is available for a fee. Services for business people include desk and telephone. Housekeeping is offered daily and hypoallergenic bedding can be requested.
There are 3 hot tubs along with an outdoor pool. In addition to a children’s pool, leisure and recreation services include a 24-hour gym
Disney’s Contemporary Resort
This non-smoking complex has 3 restaurants, a marina and 2 outdoor swimming pools. Free airport shuttle and free theme park shuttle are also available. Other facilities include 2 bars with lounge, a gym and a poolside bar. The 1008 rooms have sofa beds and coffee makers, plus free Wi-Fi and television with cable TV channels.
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort
4-star resort with swimming pools, private beach, full-service spa
Spend the day sunbathing on the private beach of Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, relax by one of the resort’s 5 outdoor pools, or pamper yourself at the full-service spa.
Disney’s Yacht Club Resort offers 621 air-conditioned accommodations with safes and coffee / tea makers. Rooms open to balconies. Cable television is provided.
The bathrooms are equipped with shower / bathtub and hairdryer. This Lake Buena Vista resort offers free Wi-Fi Internet access. Rooms also include irons and ironing boards and ceiling fans. Microwaves and massages can be requested in the room. Cleaning service is provided every day.
There are 5 outdoor pools and 3 hot tubs on site. In addition to a children’s pool, leisure and recreation services include a private beach, an artificial river, a water slide and a 24-hour gym.
Disney’s Beach Club Resort
This complex has 2 restaurants, a marina and 2 outdoor swimming pools. Free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas, free airport shuttle and free theme park shuttle. The hotel also offers a fitness room, a bar / lounge and a poolside bar. The Disney Beach Club 576 rooms feature refrigerators and coffee makers, plus free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with cable television channels. Guests will also have a balcony, iPod station and 24-hour room service.
Guests can surf the web using free wireless Internet access. Services for business people include desk and free weekday newspapers, plus telephone; Free local calls are provided (restrictions may apply). Rooms also include irons and ironing boards and ceiling fans. Microwaves and massages can be requested in the room. Cleaning service is provided every day.
There are 2 outdoor pools and 3 hot tubs on site. In addition to a children’s pool, other leisure and recreation services include an outdoor tennis court, a water slide, a sauna and a gym.
Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
Family resort at Lake Buena Vista in Bay Lake, walk to Walt Disney World
This complex offers 5 restaurants, a marina and an outdoor pool. Free Wi-Fi is also available in public areas, free airport shuttle and free theme park shuttle. The establishment also has a fitness room, a poolside bar and a cafeteria. Guests will also find balconies or patios, iPod docks and DVD players.
Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort offers 428 air-conditioned accommodations with iPod docking stations and DVD players. Rooms open to balconies or patios. Flat screen TV with satellite channels. Microwaves and coffee / tea makers are provided. The bathrooms are equipped with a shower/bathtub and a hairdryer.
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