Being able to stay in the “middle of the magic” when visiting Walt Disney World is key to making sure a vacation is stress-free and fun. When families plan to stay on-site, they’ll find the magic is all around. However, before enjoying an amazing vacation, it’s necessary to choose the right resort – and there are quite a few to choose from.
Consider the Childcare Options
This is only applicable to families traveling with children who want to go to a camp or adults who want some alone time to have dinner or visit Disney Springs. While parents can opt for in-room childcare at any on-site resort via a third-party provider, there are some resorts, even those offered by DVC Sales, that provide other options. Some of the resorts that offer this option include the Yacht and Beach Club, Polynesian Village, and Wilderness Lodge (to name a few).
Consider the Theme
When a group is traveling with younger children, there’s no question that resorts like the Art of Animation will leave them amazed. However, for teens, something like the Yacht Club may be more appealing. There are little deals at each resort that make it unique.
Size of the Resort and Customer Service
This is a tip that is especially important for groups traveling with small children, disabled groups, and the elderly. While it is possible to ask to have a room near bus stops, pools, or another amenity, there are some resorts that are just spread over a larger area than others. For groups that want to avoid too much walking from place to place, avoid the bigger moderate and value resorts.
Consider the Resort Activity Schedule
It’s smart to look at the activity guides provided by the resorts being considered. Things like game rooms trail rides, pool dance parties, and movies under the stars are just a few of the many activities that are offered by the resorts.
By considering the factors here, any family or group can plan the perfect vacation. Keep these things in mind to plan a fun trip for everyone. Being informed is the best way to ensure everyone has a memorable and magical vacation.