Will be in HS during the day and heading to my ADR at the Yachtsman Steakhouse that evening and wanted to go to Jellyrolls after dinner on the board walk, is it in walking distance?
- Asked by Kelly from NJ on 7/23/2011
Hi Kelly! What a fun day you're planning! The Boardwalk is definitely within walking distance from the Yacht and Beach Club Resorts. After your dinner at The Yachtsman, just exit on the back side of the Yacht Club (where the restaurant is located)... read more
Other than the more popular Resort resturaunts (ex. 'Ohana, Chef Mickey, Whispering Canyon Cafe), do you have any suggestions about other less popular resort resturaunts? We are looking for hidden gems to try.
- Asked by Michelle from MA on 12/26/2010
Sure! There are several great restaurants that don't feature characters or zany antics during your meal, and they're all quite good. Some of my favorite, quieter restaurants include:
Kouzzina - while dinner here, in my... read more
I just read about the new "limited" refillable resort mugs. We are coming for 2 weeks starting August 20th and we want to make sure that for our entire stay we can use these mugs. We understand that the mugs may only be filled every 5 minutes?
- Asked by Dennis from NY on 7/13/2011
Hi there Dennis!
So far from everything that I have read, I understand that the new mugs will be tested at Disney's All Star Sports Resort. This new process has not been moved to any of the other resorts. Disney is very meticulous when it comes... read more
We plan to stay at the Polynesian with our 2 daughters (5 & 8); if we enjoy our own vacation planning, and if Wishes can be heard from the Beach, are there other benefits to club level than the food, or would the Dining Plan be a better option for us?
- Asked by Kathleen from RI on 2/18/2010
Hi Kathleen! In addition to the assistance with vacation planning and the refreshments offered throughout the day, there are a few other perks to staying on the club level at the Polynesian. When you arrive, you won't have to wait in line in the... read more
We are staying on the resort for 7 days next month and could not afford a dining plan. Can we bring outside food into our hotel to eat on and bring snacks inside the theme parks for the day in a backpack or small cooler?
- Asked by Jason from TN on 9/12/2011
To answer your question, yes, you can bring outside food into the Disney Resort hotels, and you can bring snacks into the theme parks. If the room you have reserved does not have a refrigerator, you can rent one from most of the... read more