We Don’t Recommend FuelRods

Since FuelRod kiosks debuted at Walt Disney World last year, I’ve heard from guests singing their praises. I didn’t plan on writing a post when they were originally launched since I figured the FuelRod kiosks would be another failed experiment that disappeared quickly. Since they’ve now spread to Disneyland, I figured it was time to tackle

Beach Club v. BoardWalk Inn

If you’re looking for the best hotel near Epcot at Walt Disney World, there are several options. In this post, we’re going to compare the two that are most popular among Disney fans: Disney’s BoardWalk Inn and Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Admittedly, this is one of the less exciting comparisons in this series. (It’ll be

Sheraton Park at Anaheim Resort Hotel Review

Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort is a Disneyland Good Neighbor Hotel within walking distance of the parks and Convention Center. In addition to being convenient to Disney California Adventure and Disneyland, it’s also an okay place to stay for SPG Members looking to stay on or earn points during their visit to Orange County.

Restaurant Hakuna Matata Review

Restaurant Hakuna Matata is a counter service restaurant at Disneyland Paris in Adventureland. This review features food photos plus several showcasing the stunning African-inspired architecture and details of the restaurant, and our take on whether this is a good dining option at Disneyland Paris. We were pretty excited to finally have the opportunity to dine here. Along

Splitsville Luxury Lanes Review

Splitsville Luxury Lanes is a bowling alley and restaurant in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World. This review of their dining room features food photos, our take on the ambiance here, and whether it’s worth taking time from your vacation to try Splitsville. As basic planning info, the Splitsville dining room is a 1-credit table