Mom And Daughter Horseback Riding Excursion
  • On Jul 1, 2012
    Eric from DE 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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    Which dvc resorts and rooms can you see any of the firework displays?

    Hi Eric, 

    Bay Lake Towers at the Contemporary Resort has rooms that specifically face the Magic Kingdom, and you are able to step out on your balcony and see the fireworks.  Under the DVC points charts, these are listed as theme park views.  You will actually get the music piped into your room as well.  The only other possibility would be the Villas at the Wilderness Lodge, however where the villas are you are either facing Bay Lake or orientated wrong to see the fireworks.  Plus all the trees will obscure any really good view. Stay tuned for the future developments on the Grand Floridian Villas.  These may have special villas to view the fireworks as well.  At Epcot, Illuminations- Reflections of Earth really isn't visible from the Boardwalk or Beach Club villas.  So, I would reserve a villa or studio at Bay Lake Towers with a theme park view if you want to see Wishes from your room.  When you stay there as a DVC member, you also have access to the Top of the World Lounge which is exclusively for members.  You can order appetizers and drinks and view the fireworks from the observation deck to have an unparalleled view!  Thank you for the question, Eric, and let me know if I can help you further with your vacation planning.

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