Discussion in 'Gay and Lesbian at Disney' started by Jonas_Swe, Aug 18, 2016.
Damn I look chunky in that photo lol
That's awesome! Shanghai has quickly rocketed to the top of the must do list.
Congratulations! And such a cute couple too ❤️
Okay so I’m trip planning and I’m totally baffled, cannot choose a hotel! They’re all gorgeous!
Any in particular catch your eye? I absolutely love AKL, but it can be quite pricey. Coronado Springs is currently under refurbishment but so far I have heard excellent things.
I want a suite, I’m going for about 3 weeks I think so I want plenty of space. Think I’m liking the Yacht Club at the moment although AKL does look great too ❤️
I can vouch for AKL being awesome. A couple weeks ago I stayed at Port Orleans and it blew me away. Not sure what their suite offerings are, but the grounds of the resort are beautiful (especially at Riverside where I was) and have lots of space to explore and move around.
That sounds good!! I haven’t really looked too much at Port Orleans, I’ll have too.
Yacht/Beach club is so beautiful and right near Epcot/Studios. The Boardwalk has a similar theme and is often more politely priced. When are you thinking??
September I’m thinking atm, Boardwalk is actually more expensive for the UK market for some reason.
Look into the DVC point rentals pages. You can save a ton of money getting a 1-bedroom villa at one of the Vacation Club resorts by renting points from a current owner. There are pages under the DVC section on disboards or you can google DVC point rentals.
Huge fan on the new YC rooms. To the point we picked YC again for our next trip coming up.
Plus the easy access to Epcot and all the amazing food/drinks there. Boat or a walk to HWS is a very nice plus.
They look gorgeous, the whole Boardwalk area looks beautiful actually.
I had considered staying there for my trip next year (anywhere on the Boardwalk, really), but it's just out of my price range if I want to do anything else at WDW... such as eat.
The hotel isn't nearly as important as eating. In stayed at All Star Sports in the spring on a crazy good deal. I was happy for the price since it allowed me to do two different tours instead of staying at a fancy hotel. Really, I'm just there to sleep. Maybe one day when I'm a millionaire or have a Sugar Daddy.
27 days until I'm back at WDW!
Definitely check out the Disney Vacation Club points rental pages here on disboards. The following page has the point chart for Boardwalk villas. Estimate around $17/point, but you may be able to find some points for the time you want to go for less. Boardwalk and the other Epcot hotels can be really popular during food and wine, so that drives the price up a tad.
Disney has finally posted the booth menus for the Food & Wine Festival! Starting to get really hungry just looking at the list...
Sadly, prices won't be known until (most likely) the start of the festival at the end of August.
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