Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Jan 27, 2013
    Carla Asked

    Hi, I'm looking for a resort to stay in with my girlfriend. We're young adults (20-26) but when it comes to wdw we act like 2 children. We prefer resorts with great pools, water slides, game arcades, bike rentals and fun stuff.

    Carla, part of the fun of Walt Disney World is that adults of any age can come here to release their inner child to splash down water slides, zoom on thrill ride mountains, and eat Mickey ice cream!

    A moderate resort would be perfect for two twenty somethings ready to play like kids. These mid range hotels offer well themed pools with water slides, bike and pedal boat rentals, arcades, fishing, and campfires and outdoor movies in the evenings. Peruse all the resorts in this category yourself, but my top two choices for you would be:

    Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort: This spot has a young, relaxed vibe perfect for a fun trip to see Mickey. Here you can rent canoes, motor boats, pedal boats, and sailboats. Beach volleyball, bike rentals, and hammocks for snoozing or reading are options for when you want to stay on land. The zero entry pool has two slides plus water shooting cannons.

    Disney's Port Orleans- French Quarter: As the smallest of the moderate resorts, this hotel has a quaint, cozy atmosphere. This resort has the wonderful Doubloon Lagoon pool with a turquoise sea serpent slide as well as access to the Ol' Man Island pool complex and the vast recreation choices at Disney's Port Orleans- Riverside.

    No matter which resort you choose, y'all will have a delightful time playing like a couple of children at the happiest place on earth. Enjoy!

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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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