Mom and Daughter at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort Room
  • On Jul 10, 2009
    Susan from FL 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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    Sorry have another question. Christmas at WDW with a 7 yr girl growing out of princess stage, but still loves Disney. Which resort is the most "magical" to stay out. $$ no worry, just want the best experience. Will be visting Kingdom and Epcot.

    Hi Susan!

    Please don't apologize! We love helping people plan their vacations and you could never ask too many questions.

    I personally feel that the most magical resorts are those where you can see the Magic Kingdom from your room - the Grand Floridian, Contemporary or Polynesian. There is something very special about taking a walk along the beach at your resort while watching Wishes or laying in bed at night with a view of the castle changing colors.

    All three of these resorts are different, and a lot depends on your own personal taste. My personal favorite is the Polynesian because I love the tropical theme. The Grand Floridian has a very elegant and luxurious feel while the Contemporary is just that - contemporary.

    If money were no object I would absolutely stay in one of these resorts. An added bonus is that these three resorts are located on the monorail line which makes getting to the Magic Kingdom and Epcot very easy. Since those are the two parks you mentioned, I really think one of these resorts will suit your needs perfectly.

    Have fun choosing a place to stay and planning your vacation!
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My name is Amber and I’m a stay-at-home mom from southwestern Pennsylvania. Planning my family’s Disney vacations is always so much fun. I love spreading the magic by getting others excited for their trips.
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