I would have to say GF. Everytime I go there to eat, I feel out of place. I would probably spend my whole stay thinking that I could have stayed at my favorite resort, Polynesian.
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11-03-2011, 12:38 AM #10
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11-03-2011, 05:52 AM #11Disney Dad
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1999 WL; 2001 Off Property (Never Again); 2003 ASMo; 2007 ASMu (Family Suite); 2009 FWCG Cabin; 2011 Pop; 2012 CBR (Pirate Trip); 2013 Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa; 2014 Boys Trip to AOA in a Cars Suite; 2015 Family Trip to AOA in a Lion King Suite; 2016 Pop Century/ Coronado Springs Dad & Son Trip
11-03-2011, 07:08 AM #12
Mine would be Coronado Springs. It is a beautiful resort but it lacks the "Disney Feel". I think that is because it is a convention center. Stayed their once but won't stay their again.
1980 Contemporary, 1987 Holiday Inn, 1989 Caribbean Beach, 1992 Dixie Landings, 1994 Sports, 1997 Port Orleans, 2000 Coronado Springs, 2001 Movies, 2003 Riverside, 2005 Pop Century, 2006 Wilderness Lodge, 2007 Caribbean Beach, 2008 Music, 2009 French Quarter, 2010 Animal Kingdom Lodge/French Quarter, 2011 Riverside, 2012 Wilderness Lodge.
11-03-2011, 08:15 AM #13
Having visited all resorts, I wouldn't want to stay at Caribbean Beach or Coronado because they're too spread out. Also wouldn't be too keen on the All-Stars, not sure why, as we've stayed at Pop and enjoyed it, maybe because they seem a bit older and dated
Wouldn't like FW either, don't care for cabins or camping and it's too spread out.
11-03-2011, 08:59 AM #14
11-03-2011, 12:44 PM #15
11-05-2011, 03:53 PM #16
Well with this current stay at CS we have stayed at all of the standard resorts except Beach Club and Fort Wilderness (we won't stay here because we aren't campers in any sense of the word). We haven't stayed in any villas. Caribbean Beach Resort at Walt Disney World is one that we most likely will not stay at again, because it is just too spread out for our liking. The only way I would stay at the Contemporary again is if I could afford a MK view from the main building or BLT.
11-06-2011, 05:55 AM #17
- Join Date
- Jan 2011
- North East of Scotland
Old Key West Vacation Club Resort at WDW. Had a disaster there last month and would never go back. That said, there is probably a 'hard luck' story for every resort.
Checked in and was given a ground floor studio room, the minute I walked in there was an overpowering smell of damp. The 'balcony' was also positioned 12 inches away from an air con unit. I asked to get moved and they gave me another studio the following day which was fine. 2 days later however there was a water leak from a hatch in the ceiling next to the bathroom door. Called maintenance who came out to repair it. 24 hours later, another leak from the same hatch but coming from 2 points. Having a coffee pot and an ice bucket positioned on the floor to catch the water was to much.
On the plus side, was moved to the WL for the last 9 nights.
As I said, I would never go back there but I am sure there will be the odd sorry tales from most of the resorts.
11-07-2011, 03:35 AM #18
- Join Date
- Feb 2011
- fishguard, wales, united kingdom
weve eaten at the yacht and beach, and at the grand floridian. i didnt feel comfortable there, dont ask me why!!! ithink the high end hotels are too intimidating. i far prefer the atmosphere of the moderates and the ak and wl.