You may not think you're in Fiji, but families with kids can have fun pretending in this South Pacific-themed resort directly across the lagoon from the Magic Kingdom, especially after hearing the drumming and chanting that occasionally fill the three-story atrium of the Great Ceremonial House—aka the lobby—or, in the case of the adults in the party, downing a few of the tropical drinks available at the bar. Orchids bloom alongside palms and banana trees, and water
cascades from volcanic-rock fountains. At the evening luau, Polynesian dancers perform. Lagoon-view rooms—which overlook Magic Kingdom fireworks—are peaceful but costly.
Jul 14, 2008
We stayed over the 4th of July weekend and in additon to poorly lit rooms, we had to wait ove an hour for a pre-reserved table at Ohanas.The swiiming pool and beach area was open to the public, who didn't have to pay the hotel prices of staying there, and who took up seats that left my family standing. They brought food from a local walmart and threw garbage on the beach. The parking lot area was full of bottles and garbage. Not worht the proces to