The perfect Disney hotel based on your personality
It’s always hard to say goodbye to the magic of Walt Disney World Resort at the end of the day, but when you stay at a Disney Resort hotel you don’t have to.
As peak Disney season approaches, Google searches for ‘Disney Hotels’ are up +250% proving many families are on the hunt for a last minute trip or trying to book early for 2024.
But, with so many hotels to choose from and options to suit every budget, choosing the best Disney Resort hotel for your holiday is no easy task.
The travel experts at AttractionTickets.com have pulled together the ultimate guide on what Disney hotel best suits you, based on 8 different personality types.
Due to its expansion to include the beautiful Gran Destino Tower, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort has become one of the best hotels for adults at Walt Disney World Resort.
The draw for many foodies is the incredible array of restaurants and bars at the hotel. From the tapas restaurant at the top of Gran Destino Tower and theThree Bridges Bar and Grill set in the middle of the lake, to the quick service El Mercado de Coronado and the Laguna Bar, there are options to suit all budgets and tastes. And if you book during AttractionTickets.com 2024 early booking offer, the magic is yours with up to $2,100 Disney dining and merchandise credit per room to spend at hundreds of locations across the Disney Theme Parks, Resort hotels and Disney Springs.
Let the rhythm move you at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort which pays homage to some of the world’s most popular music genres, including country, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, calypso and Broadway-style show tunes. Large-sized, music-inspired icons outside and subtle song-and-dance surprises inside provide a harmonious setting for music lovers of all ages.
You’ll also spot silhouetted musicians on billboards, and a giant pair of cowboy boots. The swimming pools, meanwhile, are shaped like super-sized pianos and guitars.
Little kids will love the larger-than-life theme at this hotel, featuring iconic toys and pop culture characters from the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. From the giant sculptures of Baloo, Mowgli, Lady and Tramp to huge yo-yos and computers, this hotel has the perfect combination of Disney touches for kids and nostalgic references for their parents.
Disney’s Pop Century Resort is one of the Disney Resort hotels that now benefits from the Disney Skyliner, taking guests to EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Disney’s Contemporary Resort is one of three hotels on the Magic Kingdom Park monorail loop, making it super easy to get to this Park at any time of the day or night. This is the perfect hotel for guests who like to take it easy in the mornings and then stay in the Parks until late into the evening. Magic Kingdom Park is usually the Park that is open the latest, often closing at 11pm during the summer months.
And, on nights with extended evening hours, Magic Kingdom Park can stay open until 1am. If you’re staying until that late, you’ll definitely be grateful for your hotel being just one stop away on the monorail.
If you’ve got a Disney princess fanatic in your family (or maybe you are one yourself) then the Royal Guest Rooms at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside will be perfect for your stay at Walt Disney World Resort.
These rooms are designed with special touches from all of the princes and princesses, including taps shaped like Aladdin’s lamp, the footstool from Beauty and the Beast, and a special message from princess Tiana herself.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort Area
Who wouldn’t want to wake up to views of giraffes, zebras and antelope as they sit on their balcony? When you stay in a savannah view room at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge you’ll get the chance to see these and more, every single day of your stay. This stunning hotel has been designed to look just like an African savannah, with animals freely roaming throughout the day.
Even if you don’t have a savannah view room, there are still plenty of areas around the hotel where you can sit and admire the animals, including around the campfire while toasting s’mores.
Just as the name suggests, a stay at Disney’s Beach Club Resort will transport you to the stunning beach towns of New England. Whether you want to play in the sand-bottomed pool or lounge on the real sand beach looking out towards Crescent Lake and Disney’s Boardwalk Inn, this resort is perfect for beach lovers wanting to relax when they’re not in the theme parks.
For those guests wanting to experience a taste of the great outdoors in between their theme park visits, The Cabins at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort have all kinds of incredible recreation activities for the whole family. Get active with bike and canoe rentals, be at one with the animals with horse-drawn carriage rides or a visit to the Tri-Circle-D Ranch, and join Disney friends at Chip ‘N’ Dale’s Campfire Sing-A-Long.
And when you do want to ride a few attractions, Magic Kingdom Park is just a boat ride away.
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