• On Sep 16, 2017
    Marianne from IL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    When you stay in a Club Level room at a Disney hotel, what types of food and refreshments are offered in the Club Lounge? In the morning can you create a hot breakfast from the offerings? Do the offered food and drink selections vary from hotel to hotel?

    Welcome, Marianne! 

    Selecting to stay Club-Level at a Walt Disney World Resort® hotel is the ultimate in convenience and enjoyment. With itinerary planning help through Disney Signature Services, exceptional rooms, and convenient lounges available for Club-Level Guests only, you really will feel pixie-dusted. Having stayed Club-Level at multiple Resort hotels, I'm happy to share my experiences with you. 

    As a family of five, the breakfast offering is the biggest convenience as we don't particularly enjoy rushing to an early dining reservation before a long day in the parks. The lounges allow us to grab a few things and bring them back to our room to enjoy while we are getting ready, or we can split up at our convenience. For morning offerings and afternoon snacks, I have noticed most of the lounges are pretty consistent with their selection. There are always hot items available such as grits and oatmeal, with a great selection of toppings and mix-ins, and hot meats such as sausage and bacon. There will also be a great selection of coffee, espresso, juices, pastries, fruits, cereals, and a cold meat and cheese tray. Some lounges might offer a little something special - the King Kamehameha Lounge at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort offers POG juice, but for the most part it's consistent. 

    For evenings, I have found the selection definitely varies by resort and changes daily. I felt the selection in the Sugar Loaf Club at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa seemed to have more "hot" options than in other locations. There is some variation on beer and wine offerings; for example, I only remember seeing Long Board at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort. 

    I hope this is helpful, Marianne! Please do not hesitate to reach out to me with any additional questions. I'll be happy to offer you my top Club-Level choices.

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Meet the Panelist: Faith, South Carolina

Hi, doers & dreamers! I am a wife and mother of three active children and we are always on the go. We look forward to our Walt Disney World® Resort vacations as a way of slowing down and reconnecting while still maintaining our active lifestyle. Whether your family wants to take it easy by a resort hotel pool, or speed up during a runDisney race event, I am your planning expert!  Learn More About Faith

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