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Walt Disney World Resort in Florida 

Disney World is the place that every child and every young-at-heart adult has dreamed of visiting. It’s a colourful, endlessly fun place to explore and enjoy, and you’ll have the chance to meet all of Disney’s best-loved iconic characters along the way. The rollercoasters alone are worth the trip to Florida’s most popular theme park, but alongside these adrenaline-pumping rides you’ll find yourself surrounded by water rides, golf courses, shopping centres, and delicious places to eat. Watch your children’s bulging eyes and beaming smiles when they come face-to-face with their favourite characters at the most magical resort in the world, which includes four separate theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, and Epcot.

Disney’s All-Star Resorts

At Disney’s All-Star Resorts, larger-than-life sports, music and movie icons surround the rooms as Disney quality and unique styling are everywhere you look. Situated close to the Theme Parks, providing a holiday home for rest and relaxation right in the heart of the action. Disney’s All-Star Music Resort will get your toes tapping with pools shaped like a guitar and a piano, plus its five music-themed hotel areas – dedicated to country, jazz, Broadway, calypso and rock ‘n’ roll – are adorned with a massive juke box and giant instruments. Dining consists of colourful marketplace food court.

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Six brightly-coloured ‘island’ villages surround a sparkling 45-acre lake near Epcot. A themed pool area includes an island fortress complete with a water slide. Additional recreation features sand beaches, heated ‘quiet’ pools, a marina, bike rentals, and a nature trail. The Old Port Royale area in the middle of the villages offers a lively shopping bazaar, food court and table service dining plus two lounges. Experience all the fun and flair of the Caribbean at an affordable price.

Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

This Value Resort features family suites, specially designed to accommodate up to six guests, as well as standard guestrooms. The Resort hotel draws its inspiration from four classic Disney Animated films: The Lion King, The Little Mermaid and DisneyŸPixar’s Finding Nemo and Cars. Trace each movie’s theme, from the playful courtyards to the festive room interiors. Kids will love the themed environment, which are decked out with oversized characters, including a 35-foot King Triton!

Located near Disney's Hollywood Studios and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, by Hourglass Lake and just opposite Disney’s Pop Century Resort.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, experience the feel of an African wildlife reserve in the heart of the majestic African landscape. Immerse yourself in the resort’s rich ambience, as stunning views and fascinating details surround you everywhere. Throughout the resort, discover authentic art, architecture and design; from thatched ceilings and rich tapestries to vibrant colours and cultural artifacts. The lodge includes two full service restaurants, a quick service restaurant, lounge, swimming pool, spa, children’s pool, arcade, health club and African-themed gift shop, each designed to showcase the beauty and grandeur of Africa.

Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Relive all the fun, fads and fashions of the 20th century at this Disney Resort Hotel that celebrates the century in all its colourful glory – from giant jukeboxes to huge yo-yos, the fun and vibrant theming takes a fond look back through the decades.
With so much to showcase, Disney’s Pop Century Resort currently covers the Classic Years: 1950s–1990s. Step into one of the time capsules and discover you’re surrounded by the most up-to-the-minute amenities. You can even browse the Memory Wall in the foyer to find memorabilia from the year you were born.

Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Disney’s Beach Club Villas are inspired by the casual elegance of Cape May seaside homes designed during the early 20th century. Bright and light with beautiful pastel colours, intricate decorative details and spacious accommodation, its relaxing atmosphere and many leisure activities create the perfect setting for families to spend time together. This five-storey 282-villa resort is located on a six-acre site within the Epcot Resort Area, featuring accommodation ranging from comfortable studios to spacious two-bedroom villas, and providing a nice complement to its sister resorts, Disney’s Yacht Club and Disney’s Beach Club Resorts.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Palm-lined pathways, a white sand beach, and a nightly Polynesian luau invoke the feel of an island paradise. A monorail provides direct access to the Magic Kingdom Park, located across the Seven Seas Lagoon. Surrounded by lush, tropical gardens and sandy beaches, creating a relaxing atmosphere, recreation includes two heated swimming pools, a sparkling beach, marina boat rentals, and a unique children’s programme. Three restaurants, including the delectable Kona Cafe, and four lounges provide a wide range of dining.

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

A luxurious lakeside lodge, inspired by the great American National Parks, including a massive lobby fireplace and an amazing geyser faithfully shooting water 12 storeys high every hour. There’s also plenty to do, including a heated pool with a spectacular waterfall, sand beach, and boat and bike rentals for use along the surrounding scenic trails. Artist Point restaurant features Pacific Northwest cuisine for dinner and a Character Breakfast, while the Whispering Canyon Cafe offers family-style dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Theme Parks

Orlando’s Disney World has 4 incredible theme parks to enjoy, meaning that you’ll never run out of things to do and see.

Hollywood Studios will whip you away and into the world of the big screen where characters from the movies come to life, while in Toy Story Land you’ll shrink to the size of a toy!

Magic Kingdom aims to be “the most magical place on Earth”, and it’s where you’re most likely to meet Disney characters like Mickey Mouse and the many Disney princesses.

Animal Kingdom is a zoological theme park that focuses nature and animal conservation, and you can meet over 250 species of animals, see wild shows, and try out adventurous rides and attractions.

Lastly, Epcot is the unmissable theme park that promises to take you around the planet and even into outer space!


Disney is filled with what it calls the “ultimate water theme parks”, so it’s the perfect place to enjoy a soaking wet day of fun and adventures.

With Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park and Typhoon Lagoon Water Park attractions, you can spend your time riding the waves, swooping down the flumes, zooming along on inflatable rings, and feeling the rushing currents. Whether you’re riding alone or with your family together, the Disney waterpark experience is an unforgettable soaking-wet adventure.

My Disney Experience

My Disney Experience is the official Walt Disney World app, and makes planning your holiday easier than ever! Not only can you book your theme park tickets through the app, but you can also explore the parks with the interactive, GPS-enabled map and quickly see real-time wait times, parade show times, and character greetings. You’ll also be able to search through the rides and filter them by their location and height restrictions to make sure that you don’t have any disappointed kiddies who are too small to enjoy certain rides.

Disney FastPass+

The Disney FastPass+ is your magic ticket to ensuring that your family gets to relish the rides and experiences they want when they want to, by leaping ahead of the queue like a VIP! Every ticket allows you to skip the line for up to three attractions or character meet-and-greets at one park, every day.

A good tip is to use your FastPass+ for the busiest rides and attractions that are most likely to have long queues and slow down your day. The more rides and experiences you have at Disneyworld, the more fantastic memories you’ll take away!

Disney Hotel Benefits

If you stay at a Disney hotel, you won’t just benefit from a spectacular place to stay and wake up within walking distance of the park – there are plenty of other bonus reasons, too!

You’ll have the chance to get into the theme parks an hour early, for a start. You’ll also be entitled to a complementary MagicBand, which is an all-in-one device connected to your My Disney Experience profile that gives you access to the parks, your hotel room. It also lets you buy food and merchandise, and gives you your FastPass+ access to the attractions and rides you have selected online.

Disney Dining Plans

When you’re on holiday in Disney World, you don’t want to be worrying about budgeting or carrying large amounts of cash on you – you want to be enjoying the experience with no hassle and no stress. A great way to help you budget and plan your days in advance is to take advantage of the Disney Dining Plans scheme.

If you stay in a Disney hotel you are eligible for the Disney Dining Plan, which is loaded onto and monitored via your MagicBand. With this scheme, you have less need to carry cash around with you, you can make dining reservations up to 180 days in advance, and you can plan and budget for eating and spending more easily.

When to Visit

There is no simple answer to tell you what time of year is best to visit Disney World, but a popular answer is September when the weather is hot and the crowds are thin, or January when the temperature is lower and the park is considered off-season. In January, the park is open for shorter hours and the water parks are closed, while September has normal park opening hours and the waterparks are open.

The hotel rates are lower in September because the kids have just gone back to school after their summer holidays, and the prices are lower in January because the month is considered off-season.

Even when the resort is at its busiest, just remember that there is never a bad time to visit Disney World!

Popular Destinations:

Disneyland® Paris, Disney California Adventure Park

Type of Holidays:                                                            

Family holidays, All Inclusive holidays, School holidays, Luxury



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