Anniversary without kids which value resort?

Discussion in 'Disney Resorts' started by baloosballs, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. baloosballs

    baloosballs Earning My Ears

    Jan 18, 2008
    My wife and I are thinking about going to WDW for our 5 year anniversary this summer. We know we don't have a whole lot of money to spend so we were looking at staying at one of the value resorts. Being that we both work with children, we are looking to go to a resort with fewer children. Is this possible? I was thinking that the Music resort might be a good choice. Suggestions?
  2. jude&jonah

    jude&jonah Mouseketeer

    Jun 3, 2011
    All of the value resorts feel very kiddy and have a lot of kids at them- ive heard all star music has some of the least tho but still- i believe there is still a ton of kids there too. It's always bothered me that Disney won't make a subtle theme value resort - that they always have to be so colorful and over the top.

    I think if you truly want a relaxing atmosphere and a less kids oriented place you should splurge and try POFQ or CSR. Otherwise - embrace the kid oriented theming and lots of kids type of environments that the values offer. Hth!!
  3. carly chloe

    carly chloe DIS Veteran

    Oct 10, 2008
    That would prob be a good choice. POP was extremely crowded. Movies is better but with the icons it draws more little kids and of course little boys prob go to the sports. I think music would be a wise choice.
  4. spiceycat

    spiceycat dvc-blt

    Oct 26, 2000
    different - would go with Pop

    it has an excellent bus system. also alot of adults - solo and couples w/o children stay there.

    now that is more expensive than the All stars - but still reasonable - would think more families would go with All stars to save money.

    if they don't need to save money then would go for a suite at AoA.

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