Hotels Archive

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort Review

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is a Moderate Resort hotel at Walt Disney World with a tropical theme. This review has been substantially updated with numerous new room photos and thoughts concerning the new rooms and other changes at the resort based on our recent stay here. Suffice to say, a lot has changed at Caribbean

Cabins at Fort Wilderness Review

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort recently refurbished its cabins, and we had the chance to stay in one on our last trip to Walt Disney World. In this post, we’ll review the new cabins, share photos from inside the rooms, and offer some thoughts about our experience staying in them. The Cabins at Fort Wilderness are

Fort Wilderness Resort Campground Review

Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground is an actual campground with both campsites and cabins at Walt Disney World. This review features photos of the both, the dining options and other amenities, and thoughts on the experience of staying at Fort Wilderness. As of Spring 2017 (this review was last updated May 18, 2017), the overhaul

Pop Century Review

Disney’s Pop Century Resort is a value hotel in Walt Disney World, and it’s our top recommendation for the 2017 Free Dining promotion. In this review, we’ll take a look at the resort with a reputation among frequent Disney guests as being the favorite ‘value pick’ and offer room photos, thoughts on amenities, and more. For starters,

Disney World Hotel Reviews

Not sure which Walt Disney World resort hotel is right for you? Our hotel reviews feature room photos, strengths and weaknesses of each hotel, our opinion as to whether they are worth the money, and offer an idea of what type of guests (families, honeymooners, commando tourists, etc.) will like or dislike each hotel. Note that these are reviews

Caribbean Beach v. Coronado Springs Resort

Two Moderate Resort hotels at Walt Disney World–Caribbean Beach and Coronado Springs–are currently in the midst of significant construction projects, and vacation planners might wonder which one they should choose during this work…or even after. This post offers our head-to-head smackdown between the two to answer that question. Beyond the construction, a choice between Caribbean Beach and

Saratoga Springs Resort Review

Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa is a Disney Vacation Club deluxe villa hotel at Walt Disney World that is themed to an area of upstate New York that is known for horse racing. Saratoga Springs Resort feels like an idealized version of Saratoga Springs, New York, as it’s surrounded by golf courses, winding waterways, and

Swan & Dolphin v. Beach Club

There are several hotel options near Epcot at Walt Disney World, including two third party options–the Swan & Dolpin–that present an intriguing alternative to official resorts. In this post, we’ll compare those to Disney’s Beach Club Resort, which we previously dubbed the best of the official Crescent Lake options. For many Walt Disney World fans, we

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort Review

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is a Moderate Resort at Walt Disney World with a Southwest theme. This hotel review features room photos, our thoughts on staying at Coronado, including during the midst of the construction project that has already started as of February 2017 (update on that below). The resort is very spread out with Lago

Art of Animation v. Fort Wilderness

In the current tier system of Walt Disney World hotels, there are two resorts that don’t really fit: Art of Animation Family Suites and the Fort Wilderness Campground Cabins. This post offers a head-to-head smackdown between the “island of misfit resorts.” This continues our Walt Disney World hotel comparison series of posts with an unlikely match-up