• On Aug 13, 2018
    Catherine from MI Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What is the difference between Club Level and Club Level Access, at the Polynesian it says Club level but at Animal Kingdom it says Club level access, can you explain it for me? Thanks

    Hi Catherine!

    Walt Disney World Resort in December is amazing. Keep an eye on the Disney Parks Blog as they'll soon announce special winter-time happenings, like the full menus of the Holiday Kitchens at the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays or where you can see some bonus holiday cheer in the form of giant gingerbread displays at various Disney Resort Hotels.

    I love a good club lounge. We just moved across the country and I may have focused on finding hotels that had evening hor d'oeuvres and club level breakfast along our route. It wasn't easy! Luckily for us, all of Disney's Deluxe Resort Hotels have club levels so we don't have to look too far to find these floors. The verbiage between these two Disney Resort Hotels basically means the same thing; Club Level usually means that your guest room will be on same floor as the lounge, whereas 'Access' means that you might be on a different floor but will still be able to enjoy all of the daily club lounge offerings. Do note: The Kilimanjaro Club at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge is on the 6th floor where there are only a handful of guest rooms, so some rooms on the other levels will also have access. However, the rooms that can access the King Kamehameha lounge at Disney's Polynesian Resort Village are in a bi-level building, so you might still have to go down a set of stairs or an elevator to get there.

    I hope this helped, Catherine, and We'll See You Real Soon!
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