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Magic Kingdom Area

Disney’s Contemporary Resort – 655 rooms and suites and a concierge floor in a 14-story deluxe resort. Dining options include California Grill, The Wave…of American Flavors, Contempo Café and Chef Mickey’s, three lounges, two snack bars and room service.  Recreational amenities include water skiing, boat rentals, jogging, volleyball, parasailing, playground and two swimming pools. Specialty shops, game room, laundry service, beauty shop, child-care and health club. Monorail, motor coaches and watercraft provide easy access to the theme parks. The resort features 90,000 square feet of meeting space, including a 44,300-square-foot grand ballroom.

Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort -This Disney Vacation Club 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. A rooftop lounge promises to deliver some of the most dramatic views available anywhere at Walt Disney World Resort.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – 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.  Recreation and amenities include boat rentals featuring the Grand 1 52-foot Sea Ray yacht, swimming, playground, health club, game room, shopping, child-care and laundry facilities. Meeting facility with nearly 40,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. Easy access to theme parks via watercraft, motor coach and monorail.

The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa – This Disney Vacation Club resort – reminiscent of the golden age of a bygone Victorian era – 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.

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. One boardroom/meeting room – 750 square feet. 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. Art and architecture tell the tales of pioneers who built and stayed in late 19th century railroad hotels in the national parks region of the American West. 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.

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground– 799 campsites, 409 Wilderness Cabins all set in a relaxed 700-acre wilderness setting. Campsites are level, paved pads with electric, water and sewer hookups, charcoal grills and picnic tables. All campsites have close access to air-conditioned comfort stations with private showers, coin laundry facility, vending machines and telephones. 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. Wilderness Cabins also come equipped with hairdryers, foldaway cribs and ironing equipment, and daily housekeeping is offered. Amenities include watercraft, beach, fishing, tennis courts, two heated swimming pools, arcade game room, laundry facilities and kennel. Groceries and camping supplies at Meadow and Settlement Trading Posts.  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 campground with all Walt Disney World Resort areas.

Epcot Area

Disney’s Pop Century Resort– 2,880 room “time capsules” are available at this resort that pays homage to 20th century pop culture. This value-priced resort features lodge buildings and furnishings inspired by the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Larger-than-life icons from each decade are found all over the resort, from four-story Rubik’s Cubes to bowling pins that tower more than 65 feet high. Recreation includes three pools, a kiddie pool, the Pop Jet Playground and the Fast Forward arcade. Guests can feed their hunger and slake their thirst at the Everything Pop food court area or Petals Pool Bar.  The resort is located near ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort– Three colorful Caribbean-themed resort villages featuring 2,112 rooms located on 200 acres surrounding a 42-acre lake. Guestrooms include mini bars and coffee makers. Recreation includes a lakeside recreation area with a themed slide, boat rentals, swimming, playground, game room, bicycling, nature walks, jogging track, laundry facilities and shopping. Dining available at Shutter’s full-service restaurant and the Market Street food court. Transportation to theme parks available by motor coach.

Disney’s Yacht Club Resort – 621 rooms and suites in oyster-gray clapboard buildings set around 25-acre Crescent Lake feature hardwood floors and rich millwork in a nautical theme reminiscent of New England seashore hotels of the 1880s. All rooms feature French doors that open onto porches or balconies. The nautical theme carries through in the restaurants — Captain’s Grille, Yachtsman Steakhouse and two lounges. An expansive croquet lawn and marina lighthouse add to the resort’s ambience. The Yacht Club is the perfect complement to its neighbor, Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Centrally located to each resort is a 73,000-square-foot convention center that includes a 36,000-square-foot ballroom which seats up to 2,800 for dinner.

Disney’s Beach Club Resort – 576 rooms and suites in buildings of pale blue and white stick-style architecture inspired by New England beach cottages of the 1860s. The lobby features white wicker furniture, 24-foot-high ceilings and natural French limestone floors. The Beach Club is the perfect complement to its neighbor, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort. Centrally located to each resort: Stormalong Bay features three lagoon areas and a thrilling water slide; the Ship Shape Health Club with steam bath and sauna, and massage, weight and aerobics rooms; a marina with motorized watercraft; and Beaches & Cream, an old-fashioned ice cream parlor. Dining in Cape May Café and two lounges. Both hotels provide transportation via watercraft and motor coach. Child care, beauty and barber shop, and laundry facilities are available.

Disney’s Beach Club Villas – Featuring an ambience of casual elegance, Disney’s Beach Club Villas (part of Disney Vacation Club) was designed by noted architect Robert A.M. Stern. Situated next to Disney’s Beach Club Resort, the 576-unit (2-bedroom equivalents) property offers studio, one- and two-bedroom vacation villas. The resort features Cape May-inspired theming characterized by the use of whimsical “stick-style” architecture, pastel colors, porches and other decorative elements.

Disney’s BoardWalk– The 372-room BoardWalk Inn is located alongside Crescent Lake and includes shopping, children’s activity center, health club, tennis courts, themed pool and a 20,000-square-foot conference center. Surrounding Crescent Lake and steeped in 1930s nostalgia and old-fashioned Atlantic seaboard charm, Disney’s BoardWalk restaurants include Flying Fish Café,  Big River Grille and Brewing Works, ESPN Club, Atlantic Dance nightclub, Jellyrolls dueling piano bar, Seashore Sweets Bakery.

Disney’s BoardWalk Villas– This 280-unit (2-bedroom equivalents) vacation ownership resort (part of Disney Vacation Club) is a place where guests can experience the romance and playfulness of a bygone era, both inside the elegant salt water taffy-colored vacation villa community and outside amidst the carnival sights and ragtime sounds of the boardwalk. Accommodations are available in studios and one-, two-, and three-bedroom villas which offer kitchens, living areas and a variety of amenities.

Downtown Disney Area

Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa – This Disney Vacation Club resort features 924 units (2-bedroom equivalents) that recall the late 1800s heyday of America’s first vacation destination – Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Victorian-style cottages line the streets and the historic influence of horse racing is found throughout the resort. Also featured is a full-service spa and health club and The Artist’s Palette – a counter-service restaurant and market. Bus transportation is provided to all four Walt Disney World theme parks. The resort is located across the lake from Downtown Disney and adjacent to Disney’s Lake Buena Vista golf course. Newly opened are 60 three-bedroom Treehouse Villas, built on pedestals amid forested glens. The villas offer two baths, an open kitchen, flat-panel TVs and a barbecue grill.

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort-French Quarter – 1,008 moderately priced, French Quarter-style accommodations adjacent to Disney’s Port Orleans Resort-Riverside. Located on a 325-acre woodland site between Epcot and Downtown Disney Marketplace. Sassagoula Floatworks food court and pizza delivery. Themed pool, boat rentals, lounges, game room and retail shops. Riverboat to the Marketplace and Downtown Disney Pleasure Island. Linked by motor coach to all other Walt Disney World resorts and entertainment facilities. 

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort-Riverside – 2,048 rooms in three-story southern-style mansions and two-story rustic bayou dwellings. Dining includes Riverside Mill food court and Boatwright’s Dining Hall. Recreation includes Ol’ Man Island, a 3 ½-acre old-fashioned swimming hole with slides, rope swings and playgrounds; quiet pools; boat rentals; game room; lounges and gift shop. Riverboat to Downtown Disney Marketplace and Pleasure Island. Transportation via motor coach to other Walt Disney World attractions and resorts.

Disney’s Old Key West Resort– 549 units (2-bedroom equivalents) in a Key West setting (part of Disney Vacation Club). Accommodations include deluxe studios, one- and two-bedroom homes and two-story, three-bedroom Grand Villas that sleep up to 12. Dining includes Olivia’s Café, poolside fare at the Gurgling Suitcase, and Good’s Food to Go quick-service restaurant. Rooms include wet bar, microwave and small refrigerator, or a full kitchen. Health club, tennis, swimming pool, sauna and planned recreation. Linked by motor coach to all other Walt Disney World resorts and entertainment facilities.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Area

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge -Deluxe 972-room, six-story resort styled in a horseshoe shape after a kraal African village design, features 24-hour views to its own 46-acre savanna of free-roaming mammals and tropical birds. The resort features hand-carved furnishings, African art and a giant fireplace in a soaring lobby. Guests can stroll along a rock outcropping and enjoy nearly panoramic views of roaming animals and flowing streams. Features two full-service restaurants – Boma-Flavors of Africa and Jiko-The Cooking Place – plus a mezzanine lounge and a quick-service eatery with poolside dining. The resort is west of Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park. 

The Villas at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge– This Disney Vacation Club resort offers 449 units (2-bedroom equivalents) featuring studio, one- and three-bedroom vacation villas at Jambo House and Kidani Village. Accommodations feature intricate African-inspired details and home-like amenities, and most offer sweeping views of an expanded savanna inhabited by a variety of African animals.  Sanaa restaurant features “the art of African cooking with Indian flavors” and remarkable views of the resort’s savanna through nine-foot windows.

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort – 1,917 moderate-price guestrooms, inspired by the American Southwest and regions of Mexico, encircling a 15-acre lagoon. Three “quiet” pools. A five-story Mayan pyramid serves as the splashy centerpiece for a family-fun pool with a water slide. Dining includes the Maya Grill full-service restaurant, Pepper Market dining court, Rix Lounge, Laguna Bar lounge, Siestas Cantina poolside bar and limited room service. Special services include in-room coffee makers and ironing equipment, La Vida Health Club, hair-styling salon, bike rentals, watercraft rentals, arcade, sand volleyball court, kiddie pool and playground. A 220,000-square-foot convention center includes the 60,214-square-foot Coronado Ballroom.

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort – 1,120 family suites and 864 standard guest rooms make up this family-friendly resort. The big blue world of Nemo and friends, the Pride Lands of Africa, under the sea in Ariel’s grotto, a super-charged adventure through Radiator Springs all come to life for vacationers in four distinctly designed wings. The resort celebrates rich storytelling, spirited characters, original sketches and playfulness with colorful icons and whimsical theming inspired by classic Disney and Disney Pixar films. Family suites include two bathrooms, a kitchenette and three separate sleeping areas that can sleep up to six; while standard rooms at The Little Mermaid can sleep up to four. Dining options in the main Animation Hall include a poolside snack bar, pizza delivery and Landscape of Flavors food court featuring many made to order offerings.

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort – Features 1,920 value-priced rooms in buildings festooned with larger-than-life sports icons representing surfing, basketball, tennis, baseball and football. Located on a 246-acre site at the northwest quadrant of World Drive and U.S. Highway 192 interchange. Features a commercial center with check-in and guest service facilities, a food court, retail store and game room. Two swimming pools and a kiddie pool, a pool bar, pizza delivery and laundry facilities. Use of Walt Disney World transportation system is included.

Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort – 1,920-room resort with facilities and amenities that mirror Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort. Giant icons from favorite Disney movies set the scene, and images from “101 Dalmatians,” “Toy Story,” “Fantasia,” “The Mighty Ducks” and “The Love Bug” adorn the resort hotel.

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort– Features 1,489 value-priced rooms and 215 family suites in buildings with larger-than-life icons representing jazz, rock, Broadway, calypso and country music. Facilities and amenities are the same as Disney’s All-Star Sports and Disney’s All-Star Movies resorts. The family suites sleep up to six and offer two bedrooms, two full baths, a kitchenette and two 27″ flat screen TVs.

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