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Disney hotels

Discussion in 'Disney Accommodation' started by Lee Buckley, Oct 7, 2012.

  1. Lee Buckley

    Lee Buckley Member

    Hi guys.
    looking to stay at Disney hotel for a couple of days. Any ideas for a family of four.Looked at the cabins at Wilderness.
     
  2. BAYCAS

    BAYCAS New Member

    Depends on the ages and budget. For young ones Pop Century is fun. Music and Movie too. The new one, Art of Animation has family rooms. If they are older Port Orleans is lovely, rooms not huge but the surroundings are nice and very quiet.
     
  3. tinklancs

    tinklancs Well-Known Member

    The Art of Animation family rooms look really nice. We've stayed at Port Orleans and it's great and choice of Disney bus or boat to DTD. :D
     
  4. jenster5

    jenster5 DoingFlorida Associate

    weve stayed in fort wilderness, about 10 years ago, its nice, we had a double room, a room with bunks and a pull out sofa in the lounge, there was a shop on site and campfire bbq's and movies etc, good walking/bike trails if you want them. peaceful too,
     
  5. married-2-wdw-nut

    married-2-wdw-nut Active Member

    The cabins are really nice, but Fort Wilderness is quite spread out. It has it's own internal Disney bus system.

    All Disney rooms will fit four people, so you're not limited there. It's really a case of budget. The range of accomodation is varied (and so are the costs!).

    The lower cost options (called budget) are the All Stars, Pop Century & the new Art of Animation. Then there's the moderate range: Coronado Springs Resort, Port Orleans, the Cabins at FW and Carribean Beach. After that you hit the Deluxe Hotels and Disney Villas

    Basically - all Disney accomodation is great - it's just a case of how much you want to pay

    have a look at http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/resorts/
     

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