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11 expert recommendations
Revitalize and refresh just steps from Disney World at our magical retreat, featuring golf, five pools, spa, and a white-sand beach. Full review →
Home to Tod English’s BlueZoo restaurant, a must no matter where you stay, this whimsical resort is best known for the tremendous dolphins that sit atop its exterior.
A pair of 56-foot-tall sea creatures bookend this 25-story glass pyramid, a luxe resort designed, like the adjoining Swan, by world-renowned architect Michael Graves. Full review →
The ceilings are a little bit low, the staff a little bit distracted, but the location never quits. Full review →
This Michael Graves-designed resort shares many motifs and amenities with its next-door neighbor and sister hotel, the Dolphin. Full review →
A distinctly toned-down Disney feel but all the Disney perks, including Disney transportation and Magic Hours. Full review →
The four-pearl Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin is a lovely destination resort near Orlando’s most popular attractions. Full review →
Sister hotel to the Dolphin... from which it’s separated by an artificial lake and beach, and likewise whimsically decorated... equipped with every conceivable luxury.
An extensive twin resort and convention hotel right in the heart of Walt Disney World, hence in an ideal location for those wanting the full theme park experience, but at a more moderate price. Full review →
The hotel has the advantages of a Disney property (i.e., early entry to a different park each day) but more flexible pricing. Full review →
Centered on an "enormous, pyramidlike" main building, this "stylish" Michael Graves--designed resort is "within walking distance of Epcot".
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