If you’re planning an adults-only stay at Walt Disney World, there are lots of choices for accommodations that will appeal to the grown-up crowd. Here are a few suggestions to think about for your next stay.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge showcases beautiful architecture and is surrounded by savannas with African animals roaming around. It’s far enough from most of the parks that it feels like a quiet retreat from all the bustle.
Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is themed like a Atlantic City-style boardwalk with several restaurants and nighttime entertainment. This resort is also walking distance from Epcot.
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge is a beautifully rustic resort modeled from lodges of America’s national parks, and it only takes a quick boat ride to get to the Magic Kingdom.
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa is great for a romantic Disney getaway with some of the best dining options on property, a full-service spa, and just a short monorail ride from the Magic Kingdom.
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort is made up of two separate resorts, French Quarter and Riverside, and are only a short stroll from each other and re-create both historic New Orleans and the laid-back Louisiana bayou. Boat service is available to Downtown Disney.
The larger-than-life characters and objects that make up the theming of Disney’s value resorts may not appeal to many adults – however, if you want to stick with a value resort, Disney’s Pop Century Resort is themed to the trends of the 1950s, ‘60s, ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s. The resort has a good food court and, unlike some value resorts, has dedicated bus service.
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