Hotels Archive

Disney World Hotel Reviews

Not sure which Walt Disney World resort 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 an idea of what type of guests (families, honeymooners, commando tourists, etc.) will like or dislike each hotel. We also include reviews of Walt Disney

Newport Bay Club Review

Newport Bay Club is a deluxe hotel at Disneyland Paris, with a nautical theme very reminiscent of Disney’s Yacht & Club Resorts. This review features room photos, thoughts on its quality, and our experience of staying at the hotel. Recently, the resort underwent a massive, top to bottom refurbishment that lasted multiple years and renovated

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 updated with new room photos and thoughts on the current construction and re-imagining. This work will continue through Late 2018, with additional work on the adjacent Disney’s Riviera Resort and Skyliner gondola stations through

Swan & Dolphin Hotel Review

The Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin are on-site hotels near Epcot that are Deluxe-caliber. This review features photos of a newly renovated room in the Dolphin, thoughts about the collective amenities at both hotels, and a general summary of the hotels’ value. Reviewing the Swan and/or Dolphin is a tricky proposition for a few reasons.

Best Western Lake Buena Vista Hotel Review

Best Western Lake Buena Vista Resort is a hotel at Walt Disney World’s Disney Springs. This review covers my recent stay at the hotel, featuring photos of rooms and hotel amenities. While other hotels near Walt Disney World have really surprised me–some good surprises, others bad–this Best Western is pretty much exactly what you’d expect from

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Review

Polynesian Village Resort is a deluxe hotel at Walt Disney World themed to retro tiki culture and the South Pacific, with monorail access to Magic Kingdom. This review features room photos, thoughts on the amenities, and whether this expensive resort is worth the money. As one of Walt Disney World’s original hotels, the Polynesian has