Ran out of question space, we want to stay where the monorail runs, can you tell me what hotes they are, and which one is kid friendly, I heard the Grand Floridian has banned kids, is this true? Thank you, Tammy
- Asked by Tammy from TX on 2/5/2008
First and foremost, the Grand Floridian has not banned children from the Resort. It has however, implemented a policy at their signature restaurant Victoria and Alberts. Victoria and Albert's no longer will allow children to dine, a... read more
We are visiting for the first time, and can't decide between the Port Orleans and the Boardwalk. We have 3 teenagers, and twin 11 year olds. We also can't decide between the basic and the Deluxe plan. We want to go to dinner shows 2, suggestions? Rachel
- Asked by Rachel from PA on 2/5/2008
Hmm..I would recommend the Boardwalk, for numerous reasons. The first of which you would be required to stay in 2 rooms at the Port Orleans, and you could reserve a 2 bedroom villa at the Boardwalk Resort. This 2 bedroom resort sleeps up... read more
Do the resorts allow you to pick up your tickets and store your luggage before check in? Also may I store my luggage after check out? I'm staying 7 nights with an 8 day park hopper. I would like to be able to use it all.
- Asked by Martin from NC on 2/5/2008
Yes! This is our way of visiting WDW since we, too, want to make the most out of our park passes. When you arrive, you will still want to check in to the resort to take care of the necessary paperwork where you will receive a phone number to call... read more
Can't decide between Poly & Contemp. Any suggestions? Also,what is the benefit of booking room only first and then adding our package later? I've seen this mentioned a few times. Thanks again,love this site!!
- Asked by Jennifer from SC on 1/26/2008
I'm so glad that you've found this site helpful. There are so many decisions when planning a trip to WDW (I've been recently torn between my resort choices too) so let me see if I can help you with your current dilemma.The Polynesian is wonderful.... read more
We are arriving at Disney World tomorrow evening the 5th of February. We have a standard king bed room but we are thinking of upgrading to a nicer room .... what would you recommend? Are the rooms bigger? We are staying at the Fort Wilderness Lodge.
- Asked by Katherine from NV on 2/4/2008
Standard king bed rooms (340 sq. ft.) at the Wilderness Lodge are very nice. However I believe these also double as handicap-accessible rooms. Upgrading to a deluxe room or Jr. Suite would give you two rooms (bedroom and living room area) and... read more