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Resorts & Accomodations Discuss If you could live at one resort in the Vacation Planning forums; I admit I found this question on another site, but I thought it would be fun to ask here. If you could live at one WDW resort hotel, which one ...
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    If you could live at one resort

    I admit I found this question on another site, but I thought it would be fun to ask here. If you could live at one WDW resort hotel, which one would it be?
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    in my own little world
    the poly... it's like living in the tropics but on disney property... what could be better than that?

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    gotta be animal kingdom lodge

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    Massachusetts... not close enough to the world :(
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    Polynesian-atmosphere, environment, food and landscaping would keep me content until the end.
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    Thats a toughie between the cabins in Fort Wilderness and Wilderness Lodge.
    I love seeing all the trees and the feeling of being out in the woods while being so close to the magic.

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    Boardwalk because it has easy access to EPCOT and MGM and shopping and dining options.
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    Without a doubt it would have to be the Polynesian resort.
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    Wow... tough one. I think I'd go with the Contemporary... a park side tower room so I could watch the fireworks and water show each night. I'd love to be able to head down and grab food at Chef Mickey's every day and then hop down to the bay or the water slide for some fun.
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    I'd have to also say the Contemporary, great views, great food, great everything! lol or if it's not the Contemporary then I would say the Swan or Dolphin, great views for Illuminations! lol. But I would like the Contemporary better!
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    885 miles from the magic
    villas at wilderness lodge!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Talking My resorts...

    If money was no object and I was rich enough to live at a resort for the rest of my life, I would stay at all the deluxe resorts two months at a time.

    Just ask Disney to pack my suitcases and have Magical Express transfer my baggage to the next resort.

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    I would have to pick Old Key West. Peace and Quiet.

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    This thread definitely needs a poll along with it. Put another vote in for the Poly for me.

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    Georgia, but wishing I were on the "Loveliest Village on the Plains!"
    I think it would be Grand Floridian. I usually don't shell out that kind of money to stay there, but I love the view and the lobby. There are great restaurants and it is next to a lake. The grounds are beautiful too.

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