Yacht Club v. Beach Club

Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resorts are two Crescent Lake hotels at Walt Disney World, both within walking distance of Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios and across the water from Disney’s BoardWalk Inn. In this post, we’re going to continue our ongoing Walt Disney World hotel comparison series with an entry featuring these two so

Top 10 Moments of Disney Magic

When it comes to Disney, describing something as “magical” is pretty cliched and overdone. While the parks are awe-inspiring places that overfill people with joy and leave them speechless, magical is probably not the best word to describe a steak you had at Yachtsman Steakhouse. (Okay, bad example–it absolutely is.) Yet, there plenty of things that happen

Disney’s Hollywood Hotel Review

Disney’s Hollywood Hotel is a resort at Hong Kong Disneyland with Art Deco design and Los Angeles theming, meant to evoke the golden age of Tinseltown. In this post, we’ll share room photos of Hollywood Hotel, cover its pros & cons, and offer our take on whether it’s worth the money. Despite having visited Hong

Tips for Adults Doing Disneyland

Taking a trip to Disneyland as an adult without kids is totally normal…so says the childless couple of Annual Passholders. This post offers tips for visiting Disney California Adventure and Disneyland minus kids, and offers many relaxed, romantic, and unique experiences geared towards adults. Disneyland Resort is a popular honeymoon destination, there’s a surprising amount

New Hotel Inside Epcot?

Epcot may be the location of Walt Disney World’s first in-park hotel, with the potential hotel being located somewhere at the edge of the park in Future World. If rumors are to be believed, the hotel could be added at Epcot’s entrance adjacent to the monorail station or on a backstage plot between the Seas

Top 10 Disney World Hotel Lobbies

One of the defining features of the best Walt Disney World hotels is their lavish lobbies. This may seem like hyperbole, as location, on-site perks, and theme are usually what convinces guests to book one resort versus another. However, the hotel lobby is often what makes the first-impression upon arrival to Walt Disney World, that