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You can't pick a more dreamily convenient Disney hotel—it's a single monorail stop away from the Magic Kingdom, and four from Epcot.
This opulent Victorian-style resort features a magnificent five-story lobby topped by an ornate stained-glass dome.
The view across the lake to the Magic Kingdom is spectacular, day or night, as you can see the colors change on the Cinderella Castle along with the fireworks. Full review →
This is the Disney hotel with snob appeal, since the whole point is to put on a costume of exclusivity and luxury. Full review →
The splendor of Florida's high society, resort living of the early 1900s recalls the atmosphere of an F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. Full review →
One easy monorail stop from Magic Kingdom, the Grand Floridian rides on its reputation as the grandest, most elegant property in Disney World, and it does indeed exude a welcome calm and charm. Full review →
Disney's most luxurious property is a Victorian-era waterside complex set on 40 acres along Magic Kingdom's monorail route.
The Grand Floridian, Disney's crown jewel, is as elegant as it is expensive. Full review →
Gabled roofs, verandas and crystal chandeliers are among the frivolous variations on early Florida resort architecture at Disney’s most upmarket hotel, complete with a full-service spa.
Modelled on the classic Hotel Del Coronado near San Diego, California, this historic-styled property is Disney’s crown jewel and most upmarket offering Full review →
With gas lamps and wicker chairs in this sprawling neo-Victorian manse, Cindarella, Prince Charming, and the wicked stepsisters feel right at home. Full review →Don't miss the dingin at Citricos or Victoria & Albert's (one of the best restaurants in Florida) and take advantage of the hotel's proximity to Disney's Magic Kingdom.
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