Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
At a Glance
- old-Florida ambience
- on the monorail route
- Victoria & Albert's offers an evening-long experience in dining
- if you're a couple with no kids, this is definitely the most romantic on-property hotel
- right next to Disney's Wedding Pavillion
- convention clientele and vacationing singles may be more comfortable than families with young children
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Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa Review
On the shores of the Seven Seas Lagoon, so close to the Magic Kingdom that you can see the colors change on the Cinderella Castle, this red-roofed Victorian emulates the style of the great railroad resorts of the past with beautifully appointed rooms, rambling verandas, delicate, white-painted woodwork, and brick chimneys. Afternoon high tea and a pianist at the grand piano nightly in the lobby are among the more genteel touches. Amenities include a serene spa, gourmet restaurants, and a dock from which you can rent a yacht for a romantic cruise; you can also take the free water taxi across the lake to the Magic Kingdom. Rooms with Magic Kingdom views are more expensive.
Holding a wedding at Walt Disney World's flagship resort is like living the happy ending of a fairy tale. The whole place is a Victorian-style confection, rooms are elegantly appointed, the on-site Victoria & Albert's restaurant is one of central Florida's best, and the wedding pavilion has views of Cinderella Castle. Online planning tools make customizing your dream event as easy as waving a wand. Then, as if by magic, Disney's wedding planners (fairy godmothers?) do the rest.
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