I have no idea where to stay for an April trip to Disney. I have been to Disney once before 4 years ago and stayed at the Boardwalk, which I thought was ok but wouldn't stay at again. That trip was with myself, my husband and my then 3 year old daughter. I picked the Boardwalk because it looked walkable to many restaurants and Epcot, but as it was my first trip to Disney I didn't realize that there wasn't much to do for a 3 year old at Epcot. This trip will be myself, my husband, and my 2 daughters, ages 4 and 7, staying 1 week. I don't have a specific budget though I probably wouldn't want to shell out the $ for a suite at a luxury resort (a regular room at one of the luxury resorts though would be fine). I think we will spend the most time at the Magic Kingdom though we'll probably do a day at the Animal Kingdom and if we were staying walkable to Epcot I'm sure we'd go there for at least a half day too. I'm also planning on doing Universal and maybe one day the pool. My priorities are: ease of transport to the parks, especially the Magic Kingdom (we won't have a car), good pool for the kids (the pool was our daughter's favorite part of the last trip), access to restaurants and a generally nice resort. Resorts I have thought about are: Contemporary/Grand Floridian: look nice, on the monorail, not sure about pools Yacht Club: looks like the bus from the Yacht Club to the MK is easy and I remember seeing the pool there when we stayed nearby at the Boardwalk and wished we were staying there instead Wyndham Bonnett Creek: the suites look fun and the pool looks great, though not sure about the shuttle situation to the parks and guess we wouldn't get fastpass? Animal Kingdom Lodge: people seem to like this one, looks more upscale than a lot of the resorts and maybe better food? Any advice? If it was your trip, where would you stay?