We are planning a stay at WDW in January 09. We were there last year in January and it was too cold for my kids to swim. Is there any resort or hotel that has an indoor pool or waterpark? Thank you.
- Asked by Jamie from OH on 11/25/2008
There are no indoor pools or indoor waterparks at WDW.
I have been to WDW a few times when it really has been too cold to swim for the entire vacation, but those instances are quite rare. I've been in to WDW in January several times and had... read more
Leaving for WDW after Thanksgvng and we wanted to mail our Xmas cards from WDW, since there is no post office in WDW and we really don't want to waste time in driving to one outside, do you have any ideas for us? are there mail boxes around? disney stamps?
- Asked by tatiana from VA on 11/24/2008
There are mailboxes in all the Disney resort hotel lobbies. Usually these are either ornate or built into a wall somehow, but they function like a normal mailbox. Just ask a cast member if you need help finding a mailbox.
Additionally, stamps are... read more
We are considering 3 resorts , The Contemporary, The Polynesian & The Grand Floridian. We have a 2 1/2 yr old and he loves to swim. We are wondering about pool specifics like zero depth, shallow depth (<2.5') or kiddie pool so he can swim/play?
- Asked by Joe from IL on 11/23/2008
All three resorts are beautiful and will make a great backdrop to a perfect Disney vacation. They all have a zero entry pool, a kiddie pool, and beach areas. I do like the Grand Floridian's pools the best, but I like the rooms at the Contemporary... read more
Where can I get more information about booking a massage at the La Vida Health Club at Coronado Springs? Thanks so much!
- Asked by Brooke from KY on 11/17/2008
The Spas at WDW, including the La Vida Health Club at the Coronado Springs resort, are operated by the fabulous Niki Bryan Spas. You can find information about massages and other treatments by visiting the Niki Bryan website at www.relaxedyet.com.... read more
I am planning a trip for early May 09 and can't decide which resort to stay at. My husband and I will be with our 4 yr old boy and 2 yr old girl. I think my 2 yr old would like a zero depth entry pool. Any suggestions?
- Asked by Angela from KY on 11/9/2008
I recently stayed at the Caribbean Beach Resort which is the only moderate hotel on WDW property with a zero depth entry pool. These types of pools are fabulous when traveling with young children. It's so much fun to watch your kids wade in to the... read more