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Walt Disney World Florida Resorts – 3 Of The Best

December 2, 2011

Walt Disney Florida Resorts

Walt Disney World Florida Resorts

Staying in a resort in Florida is pretty much as good as it gets when it comes to going on vacation, but staying in one of the Walt Disney World Florida resorts is as good as it gets! You will be immersed by fun both in the resort as well as when you go into the themeparks, as well as you are sitting right in the middle of the famous town of Orlando which has its own set of amazing activities that range from shopping, fine dining, night life and much more. If you are thinking about going to Florida for your vacation, check out our list of the best Walt Disney World Florida resorts, located right below!

Walt Disney World Florida Resorts List

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort

This Walt Disney World Florida resorts option offers travelers a true sense of living in the forest with their log cabin style lodging, that are immersed amongst lush native forestry, and where rabits and deer are spotted on a daily basis.  As far as activities go, guests will enjoy some of the following; catch and release fishing, horseback riding and pony rides, a playground, a pool with a waterslide, nature trails, tennis, wagon rides, segway tours, holiday rides on the sleigh, watersport rentals, a campfire sing along, games at the arcarde, carriage rides, movies by both the beach as well as the pool, and for the gutsy guests they offer the Haunted Carriage Ride which is modeled after Sleepy Hollow. When it comes time to eat, guests can choose from 4 different spots which include; Hop-Dee-Doo  for music and comedy dinners, the Trails End Restaurant for more of a fine dining experience, Mickey’s Backyard BBQ offering singing and dancing and Crockets Tavern offering pizza, specialties and nachos.

Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin Resort

If you are looking for luxury on your search for Walt Disney Resorts in Florida, this is your go to resort as they offer a luxurious ambience that is evident as soon as you walk into the resort as well as in the rooms where you will find designs that were created by an award winning architect. The guest experience at this gem will include; pools with waterslides and waterfalls with one that has a beach, paddle boating, the Mandara Spa which is “Balinese inspired”that offers body wraps and massages as well as facials and more, tennis, giant jenga, water polo games, jogging trails, state of the art gyms, a game room with all the latest games and more. Guests can also enjoy access to 36 holes of championship golf as well as are just footsteps away from a mini golf course.  When parents are ready for some alone time, they can leave the little ones at the fully supervised Camp Dolphin aka Just For Kids where they can participate in a host of recreational activities all while being around kids their age. As far as eateries go at this Walt Disney World Florida Resort, guests can choose from a myriad of options which include 17 different lounges and restaurants.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Village

The last Walt Disney World Florida resort on our list is by far one of the coolest resorts of all time, as they offer “African-lodge-style” living, that are amongst over 30 different species of animals which the resort is actually sits on a wildlife reserve.  Guests here will be able to partake in fun which includes some of the following; shopping at Zawadi Marketplace the 11,000 squarefoot Uzima Pool which is equipt with a towering 67 foot waterslide, up close encounters with the animals at their Animal Programs, the Hakuna Matata Playground, fun at the Pumbaa’s Fun & Games Arcade, a massage and fitness center as well as guests can opt to take one of the dinner and/or fireworks cruises, while leaving kids at the Simba’s Cluhouse Childrens Activity Center which offers fun for ages 3 to 12 where kids can play videosgames and watch movies along with arts and crafts and more.  Amongst the fun that this Walt Disney World Florida resort offers, guests can grab a bite to eat at; The Mara for breakfasts which overlooks the native forestry, Jiko the African cuisine as well as the buffet styled Boma-Flavors of Africa.