To many, the phrase "relaxing at Walt Disney World" seems like an oxymoron. Given that the property is larger than the city of San Francisco, most trips are filled with bus rides, boat rides, monorail rides plus miles and miles of walking.
But some guests still find time to relax and enjoy the resort hotel itself. Amenities vary from location-to-location: themed swimming pools, golf courses, Community Halls for the kids, watercraft rentals and other unique recreation features, world-class dining and more.
Topic: Which is the best Disney Vacation Club resort for relaxing?
Authors: Disney Parks Blog
At Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at the Disneyland Resort, the pool area is set amid woodsy grounds and rugged boulders. The Redwood Pool features the Redwood Creek Slide, a 90-foot-long waterslide that curves around a giant Redwood tree stump. As we did with the Monorail Pool slides at the Disneyland H...
In August 2015, Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows sold 78,975 Disney Vacation Club points, a decrease of 20.1% compared to the previous month. Excluding sales for Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas, overall direct sales in August were down 19.3% compared to July 2015.