Transportation from resort to resort

Discussion in 'Disney Restaurants' started by Shirrie, Jan 1, 2007.

  1. Shirrie

    Shirrie Shirrie

    Jul 28, 2004
    We want to do the hoop dee doo dining, we are staying at BWV how can we get back from there after the show is over? If we do the 7pm show?
  2. mrg013

    mrg013 Mouseketeer

    Jan 1, 2005
    You'll need to take a bus to either the Magic Kingdom if it's still open, or Downtown Disney, and transfer to a bus to the Boardwalk.
  3. Cool-Beans

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    Apr 24, 2006
    I'd take the boat over to the Magic Kingdom, because the boat dock is right there by Pioneer Hall, where the Hoop shows. Getting off the boat, it is just a quick, teeny short walk to the bus stops for the hotels.
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  5. MaeDaisy

    MaeDaisy Mouseketeer

    Dec 28, 2006
    We had the same dilemma, only for the Spirit of Aloha at the Polynesian. We were staying at POFQ, and could have taken the monorail to MK, then the bus back to our hotel. But we ended up having Poly's Bell Services call us a cab. It showed up in less than 5 minutes, had us back to our hotel in about 15, dropped us off right at our door (instead of the bus stop) and the fare was only $11.50. We gave him a $20 and felt it was a bargain!
  6. mom2my3kids

    mom2my3kids Doesn't believe in the Tag Fairy

    Sep 28, 2005
    Yep there is not buses to resort to resort. You have to go to either MK,DD,Epcot,Animal Kingdom,MGM then take a bus to where ever you are going. This is from the mouth of our driver at OKW, we wanted to go to Beach Club.
  7. betterlatethannever

    betterlatethannever DIS Veteran

    Apr 7, 2002
    If MK is still open, you will need to take a boat to MK and then the bus to BWV.

    If MK is closed, there SHOULD be busses at the bus stop near Pioneer Hall (where HDDR is) to take you to your resort. There will only be a few busses, so each bus will cover multiple resorts. These busses are there when the MK is closed AND when there are enough drivers to handle these "special" routes.


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