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    o great , did you have to pay extra to change hotels?
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    No. Caribbean Beach and Coronado Springs are the same price, so there was no extra charge. It was a little inconvenient, but we loved Coronado Springs so much that it was well worth the trouble!
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    I've only stayed at Coronado Springs and Caribbean Beach and of the two, I would have to say that I prefer Caribbean Beach.
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    Really? I think the ambience at Coronado Springs is much better. But, it has been a long time since I've stayed at Caribbean Beach, so I'm sure I don't remember all of the details.
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    Of the 6 WDW resorts I have stayed at, my pick is the Polynesian with the Contemporary being a very close second. I like the fact that both resorts were WDW originals when the park opened and love the locations.

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    I love the conveniance and active atmosphere at Boardwalk. It is great to be in the middle of everyhting. I have not stayed at Yacht or Beach, as I just prefer Boardwalk in that area. The Grand Floridian is great for the romance. If I am going to be at WDW for a week, you can't beat Old Key West. The rooms are large and you can stay at the resort and relax as a break from hustle and bustle. It is only a short boat ride to Downtown Disney and the eating there.

    I really want to stay at the Lodge at the Animal Kingdom with the savannah view. That is about the only resort I haven't stayed at or been to.
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    My favorite hotel must be Saratoga Springs ( mostly because it is my families home resort).I also like boardwalk because of the bakery ( I want to work there) I also like the Hilton Head Resort. It is so relax and beautiful with all the trees and flowers.I wish we would go there before. Old key west is cool. When we went we had a lizard outside of our room the whole week. Beach Club has to finish my list of favorite hotels.It is so beautiful and the pool is awesome. So those are mostly my favorite hotels
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    I've stayed at Coronado Springs, All star sports, and All star movies. My favorite was Coronado Springs, but it did have 2 setback for me (which i was totally unaware of at the time, i mean, come on, it was my first trip to wdw!!) The food court at coronado springs was sit down and get your card stamped or something like that, and it was such a long walk from the pools/ our room to the main hotel building. but it was a very quiet peaceful fun resort. The all stars were great too. I liked the movies the best, and I like the convienence of the food courts, etc. but the buses to the parks/hotels were so crowded. last thing you want to do after a 10 hour day at the parks is stand in line.

    I can't wait to stay in the Poly or Wilderness Lodge someday!!

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    Re: Favorite Disney Resort

    My favorite is the Boardwalk Villas...this is where we always stay now. I love the atmosphere and the excitement! The location is very convenient, walking distance to EPCOT and the Studios. I have stayed at the Contemporary a few times as well and really enjoyed this, too. When my sisters and I were little this was great because of the Monorail and the MK. But now that I am older, I love the Boardwalk...It is so lively at night, there is always something to do! I have also stayed at Dixie Landings and The Swan, but they don't quite compare.
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    Re: Favorite Disney Resort

    this is hard BC & BCV & Swan
    never stayed at AKL or GF maybe someday
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    Re: Favorite Disney Resort

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    Re: Favorite Disney Resort

    My all time favorite is the Polynesian It was our first resort and the one we have stayed at the most. My DH loves the Cont. the best. He loves the Magic Kingdom view there and the rooms. Since the rates have risen the last few years to levels that I can no longer comfortably afford, we have been staying at the S&D and really enjoy them, particularly the Dolphin. Deluxe resorts with an excellent location, lots of restaurants, good views and great amenities at a much better price than Disney ran resorts. How can you go wrong?

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