Mom And Kids Animal Kingdom
  • On Sep 6, 2012
    Ashley from GA Asked

    Hello, me and my fiance are planning our honeymoon at WDW in late October for 2013. I wanted to know which of the moderate hotels or Animal Kingdom Lodge would be the best to stay at? Also would a 4n/5d be better than 5n/6d stay or is 6d overkill?

    Congratulations Ashley! You are beginning marriage the right way with a honeymoon at Walt Disney World!

    First of all, there is no such thing as overkill at WDW. Six days will give you time to enjoy each theme park, maybe a water park, explore Downtown Disney, and relax at your resort.

    Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge is perhaps the best resort architecturally of all the hotels in Walt Disney World. The lobby has a soaring window overlooking the savanna and a bridge! The restaurants have an exotic flair and the zero entry pool is fabulous. The best part, however, is the chance to stay in a room with exotic African animals outside. Giraffes, zebras, and antelopes roaming the grounds is a wonderful, unique experience.

    If you prefer a moderate resort, my romantic pick would be Disney's Port Orleans Resort-French Quarter. The smallest of the moderates, this hotel has a cozy, elegant atmosphere. You will feel as though you are honeymooning in New Orleans when enter the resort. Plus the pool has an awesome blue sea serpent slide! 

    No matter which resort you choose you will have a fabulous honeymoon! Best wishes!
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Meet the Panelist: Elisabeth, South Carolina

I am a mother of four and a preschool teacher who will be happy to help guide you around Epcot's World Showcase or around the world with Adventures by Disney.  Learn More About Elisabeth

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