Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge:The Animal Kingdom Lodge offers stunning savannah views, a lot of high-quality restaurants, and fun for the kids. The only significant hiccup: the Lodge is so popular, many visitors find that they can’t get the rooms they reserved when they bought their Disney tickets — and have to make do with the next-best available room.
Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin:Everything about the Swan and Dolphin is good. It’s in a good location relative to the park, the restaurants are excellent (but typically Disney-pricey), and the pool is amazing. The only thing ‘wrong’ about the Swan and Dolphin is that it’s mildly generic — not as heavily themed as the other hotels. If you’re not looking to be Disney’d as you sleep, however, that might even be considered a good thing.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge: The winner of the 2015 Family Hotel of the Year award, for good reason — there’s no hotel with as much kid-oriented fun in the park. It’s also a little less
expensive than most of the others, with the caveat that it’s a little more difficult to get to the
rides and attractions from here than from the other Disney options.
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort: If what you’re looking for is to relax above all else, this is the place you want to go. It’s not quite as kid-friendly, and it cultivates a secluded atmosphere (despite being just minutes from the Magic Kingdom), so it’s the ideal spot for a vacation that doesn’t plan on being busy all day.
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