Disney World Resorts are attractions in themselves!

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The Bowling Pin Pool at the Pop Century Resort ©The Walt Disney Company

The Bowling Pin Pool at the Pop Century Resort ©The Walt Disney Company

Disney Vacation Guide to Resorts as Attractions

As you sit back and plan your visit to Disney World, there’s no doubt you’re thinking about the different rides and attractions throughout the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios and the Animal Kingdom. You might even be thinking about splashing around at the water parks, shopping in Downtown Disney, or relaxing in the BoardWalk area. What you might not have thought of is making a plan to tour around the different Disney resorts. The extreme theming of Disney’s hotels is something worth exploring. In fact, Disney resorts could easily be considered attractions themselves, especially the Deluxe and Moderate properties.

It doesn’t cost a thing

Many of the resorts offer free tours for any Disney resort guests. Transportation is available from the four theme parks to all of the resort hotels. It’s free for anyone to go inside the resorts and check out the lobbies, most of which are absolutely breathtaking. The cascading waterfall in the Animal Kingdom’sWilderness Lodge is definitely worth seeing and the elegance of the Grand Floridian’s lobby is truly something to behold. There’s even sometimes a pianist performing. The resorts’ recreation areas are amazing too. Only hotel guests can use the pools but anyone can walk around and look! One of the nicest pools is at the Coronado Springs Resort which was designed to look like a Mayan ruin. If you’re looking for some interesting photo ops, head to the resorts! One of the more playful spots to get family pictures taken is at the All Star resorts.

Tell us…

Would you have considered visiting the resorts or has this Disney Vacation Guide given you a new idea?