If you and your beau are headed to Disney World for some special Mickey and Minnie time, then you’re no doubt going to want to look for the best Disney resorts to stay at.
Walt Disney World can be a pretty romantic place if you’re going alone, but your choice of Disney resort hotels can make all the difference. Opt for fun and fancy-free, wild, or even budget-friendly it doesn’t matter, as long as you enjoy your stay.
Here are the seven best Disney resorts for couples looking to enjoy a unique getaway at the Happiest Place on Earth, ranked according to traveller reviews, price, and overall value.
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What’s more romantic than waking up with views of real safari animals out your window? Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort is our top pick for the best Disney resort for couples as it’s the perfect mixture of romantic and fun. Rooms are uniquely designed to make it feel as if you’re on a safari, and the food is some of the best in the entire park.
If you’re not too worried about price and are prepared to spend big bucks in order to live like King and Queen for your stay, then definitely check out Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. It’s by far the most romantic Disney resort, making it perfect for newlyweds or those looking to rekindle a romance. Stay in one of their Bora Bora bungalows and experience French Polynesia without having to fly all the way there.
Walking into the lobby of this Victorian-style Disney Deluxe Resort hotel will make you and your bae feel as if you’ve been transported back to Florida in the forties. It’s worth noting that this is one of the most expensive Disney park hotels, and seeing as it’s less “themed” than others, you’re paying for pure luxury instead of novelty value. If that’s your vibe, then you really can’t go wrong at this elegant resort.
Nestled within green gardens and towering palm trees, the Four Seasons Resort Orlando is the perfect setting for a romantic getaway. Refined room and upscale dining make this a great option for an anniversary trip. We especially recommend it if you’re looking to #treatyoself. Travellers’ only complaint about this hotel is that it’s so nice that they never wanted to leave.
Disney’s All-Star Resort is actually broken up into three different hotels: Sports, Music, and Movies. Because they’re all pretty similar in value, we decided to lump them together here. But, the look of each hotel is pretty unique to each one. They’re all value Disney resort hotels, so you’ll be able to save money while reliving your childhood. Fun and budget-friendly? Win!
Disney’s Art of Animation is a great Disney value hotel option for those who don’t want to break the bank. While it might seem childish, there’s actually a lot of cute touches hidden within the Art of Animation resort. And, you can choose from a variety of unique rooms that all carry a creative theme throughout.
Nautical touches and elegant decor make Disney’s Yacht Club resort a great option for those looking for an adult Disney trip. Set against a small lagoon, staying here feels as if you’ve just been welcomed aboard one of the most sophisticated ships in Florida. Highly recommended for those who love sailing but hate open water.