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  • On Nov 3, 2010
    Mckenzie from VA Asked

    What would be the best resort, so my 14 year old daughter wont feel bored or anything like that? Thanks,

    Hi, McKenzie! It's a great idea to put some thought into your resort choice, but truly, you can't wrong with any Disney resort! There are plenty of dining, entertainment and recreation options for every family's vacation budget. I thought I would break down some of my teenagers' favorites at each level to give you an idea of what you can expect.

    As a Value Resort, my teens like the All Star Sports resort since the pools are happening spots, and the food court has options that appeal to them. However, we've never stayed at Pop Century which some of my Moms Panel friends will tell you is their very favorite value resort.

    In the Moderate Resort category, my teens would recommend the Caribbean Beach Resort (CBR) for its laid-back atmosphere and the see-and-be-seen common areas.  The CBR is an ESPN Wide World of Sports complex.  Therefore, there are a lot of teams and youth groups that stay in this resort. Also one of their favorite resorts are the Cabins at Fort Wilderness.  There's so much to do at this resort, and the great outdoors appeals to my kids' need for wide open spaces.

    For a Deluxe Resort, my teens' choice would be the Yacht & Beach Clubs. There's no topping Storm-A-Long Bay -- it's a sand-bottom pool with so many features that my kids could spend an entire day at the resort.  Plus, there's a fabulous ice cream shop called Beaches n' Cream and one of our favorite character breakfast buffets at Cape May Cafe. Plus, the Boardwalk is just across the way, and Epcot and Disney's Hollywood Studios is so convenient to the Yacht & Beach Clubs.

    I hope I've given you several options to consider. Let me know if you have more questions or need some other advice. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!
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