Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Feb 28, 2012
    Krystal from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Planning a WDW trip this year with 5 year old son and 1 year old daughter. Staying on property. Best resort? Loved the ease of our Polynesian room last time, but wondering if we should try another or stick with the same resort.

    Hi Krystal,

    I'm a huge fan of "The Poly" as well, especially with little ones in tow. The tropical theming is gorgeous and makes me feel like I've left Central Florida for the South Pacific!  Being able to hop on the monorail (without having to fold your stroller with a sleeping toddler on board) and head to the Magic Kingdom is a huge perk.  If you you'd like to keep the convenience of being on the monorail line, but are interested in experiencing another wonderful Disney resort, I would suggest either Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort or the Grand Floridian.  You'll be able to walk (or ride the monorail) from Bay Lake, and will stay in one of Disney's newest properties, which is laden with incredible amenities.  The Grand Floridian is Disney's Flagship resort, and truly spectacular.  Both have wonderful pools, incredible lobbies and fantastic dining options.  Whether you chose to venture to another resort or stick with the Polynesian, I hope your family has a fantastic trip!
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