• On Jun 15, 2017
    Nicole from MO 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 quietest resort to stay at...the one that has the least amount of traffic and rowdy kids!?

    Hi Nicole,

    When I think of the Walt Disney World resorts, two stick out to me as having the most serene, adult feeling: the moderate Port Orleans French Quarter and the deluxe Grand Floridian Resort. When my husband and I visit alone, French Quarter is often our first choice. We enjoy the New Orleans feel and the fact that it is such a small resort. A room here on the river side, away from the Doubloon Lagoon Pool, is especially quiet.

    The same goes for the Victorian elegance of the Grand Floridian. Again, it has a quieter, more adult feel. The main pool area is removed from the midst of the resort, which moves some of the loudest activity away from the rooms.

    The other resort that feels secluded is Animal Kingdom Lodge, especially if you choose a savannah-view room. I find nothing more relaxing than sitting on a balcony there, watching the giraffes eat their breakfast from the trees or the zebras frolicking in the early morning. 

    Both Animal Kingdom Lodge and the Grand Floridian have a variety of sophisticated dining options that may or may not be as appealing to younger guests. And Grand Floridian is home to the Senses Spa, a fabulous place for a little pampering on your vacation.

    For the ultimate in seclusion, you may want to investigate the Treehouse Villas at the Saratoga Springs resort, 3-bedroom houses amid the woods. They may be too big for your needs, but they are certainly private.

    Thanks for your question, Nicole. Please let us if we can help in any other way as you make your plans. Enjoy!

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We live 90 miles from Walt Disney World and have visited frequently for 20 years. Disney is the place our family can relax together, try new things (especially interesting food) and have conversations, no matter what park we visit or where we stay.
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