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  • On Dec 28, 2010
    Kimberly from MA Asked

    We stayed last year at the all star.not impressed.any ideas for a less expensive hotel then polynesian but not as cheap as allstar. Going in march. My son is only 3 so we don't need a 5 star

    Hi Kimberly! Sounds as though you want a little more elbow room than the Value Resorts have to offer. Therefore, I suggest one of the five Moderate Resorts.Your resort choice will depend on your family's preferences. Located in the Epcot area, Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort is the largest Moderate Resort on Disney property. It features distinct villages named after Caribbean Islands. Many rooms are decorated in a subtle Finding-Nemo theme while a limited-quantity are Pirate-themed.The latter feature pirate-ship beds and swashbuckling decor. Please be advised that Pirate themed rooms are more expensive than other rooms. Another option is Disney's Coronado Springs Resort (CSR). It is located near Disney's Animal Kingdom. CSR's architectural theming is reminiscent of colonial Mexico and the American Southwest. Guest rooms are divided into three districts, Casitas, Ranchos, and Cabanas. Casitas are the closest to the main building. The Cabins at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort are pleasantly situated in a shady forest on Bay Lake near Magic Kingdom. These Cabins provide all the comforts of home and the best the outdoors have to offer. They feature a rustic American Frontier architectural theming. If your family enjoys the outdoors these Cabins are a great option. Near Downtown Disney you'll find Disney's Port Orleans Resort. It's comprised of sister resorts Port Orleans Riverside (POR) and Port Orleans French Quarter (PORFQ). Accommodations at PORFQ are themed after the famed New Orleans French Quarter. Some POR rooms are housed in plantation-style mansions on Magnolia Bend while those located in Alligator Bayou feature rustically decorated Cajun-style accommodations. For more information on Moderate Resorts, please click here. Whatever your decision, enjoy a memorable and fun visit to the Walt Disney World Resort!
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