Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows are located in Disney’s Polynesian Resort, a Walt Disney World classic since 1971. They bring you to the South Pacific islands and occupy three longhouses: Tokelau, Morea, and Pago Pago. It is conveniently located on the Monorail in close proximity to Magic Kingdom and makes you feel like you are in a tropical paradise. You can enjoy bonfires on the beach or spend time at the volcano-themed pool. The dining options are also top-notch at this Deluxe Resort.
In this Disney Cruise Line Review, one of my favorite bloggers, Tara from Travel Plus Family, shares tips for a Disney Cruise from her experiences aboard the Disney Dream. Learn about:
Booking a Disney Cruise
Disney Cruise Dining Options
Amenities On A DCL Ship
A Brief Look at Castaway Cay
Animal Kingdom Lodge is a Disney Deluxe Resort that offers a truly unparalleled experience. In this review of Disney’s Animal Kingdom lodge learn about
Jambo House room types
Animal Kingdom Signature, Table, and Quick Service restaurants Jiko, Mara, Sanaa, and Boma House
Stunning Animal Kingdom Pools
The truly unique experience of the Safari including the night time safari
Other activities such as s’mores, art work observations, and more
In this review of Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort, Sarah of Moment Mom, introduces us to the charm of an authentic Louisiana themed experience. Join us on the Disney Bayou to learn about the Port Orleans Riverside rooms fit for your prince or princess, the convenient amenities of a Disney moderate resort, and the authentic Bayou cuisine at Boatwright’s Dining Hall.