The Sun Soaker
Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is known for its blissful South Pacific vibe and island ambiance. Tropical flora, swaying palms and a white, sandy beaches transport guests to the islands, where sipping cocktails from coconuts and luau-style dining make every day feel entirely tropical. The resort also features movies under the stars, boat and sailboat rentals, and evening campfires.
The Night Owl
Travellers who want to maximize every minute of their trip should check out Disney’s BoardWalk Inn, an Atlantic City-style, 45-acre resort that’s just steps from Disney’s BoardWalk entertainment zone. When the sun goes down, this waterfront district comes alive, thanks to a slew of great restaurants as well a dance hall and duelling piano bar. You’ll also find ESPN Club, where sports enthusiasts can catch virtually any televised game on the bar’s 90+ video monitors.
The Style Seeker
Four Seasons Orlando is one of the most luxurious properties within the Walt Disney World Resort and wider Orlando area. Located on 26.5 lakeside acres, the sprawling hotel houses 443 chic rooms and suites, many with views of Magic Kingdom’s spectacular fireworks display. There’s also the five-acre Explorer Island, a recreation space with a 7,590 square-foot family pool, a splash zone, lazy river, and fully supervised Kids for All Seasons program, which occupies younger guests aged between four and twelve from 10am to 6pm daily. Add into the mix a lavish spa, 18-hole golf course and a handful of terrific restaurants, and you might be tempted to forgo the theme parks altogether.
Written by Kristen Manieri
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