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Top 3 Disney World Moderate Resorts And Why We Love Them


Last week I wrote about our top picks for Disney Deluxe Resorts – and while these are our absolute faves and we highly recommend them – we here at Disney Addicts also know that a Walt Disney World Vacation does NOT come cheap – and that Deluxe Resorts might not be in everyone’s budget. So – fear not – for those of you looking to get all the Disney Magic with a lower price tag – we’re here for you – with our Top 3 Walt Disney World Moderate Resort picks (and reasons why we love them!)

Port Orleans French Quarter: The spirit of Mardi Gras is alive 24/7 at this New Orleans themed Resort – from the music you hear the minute you enter to the decor and “big easy” feel – it’s all simply amazing! Port Orleans French Quarter (or POFQ) offers an amazing Food Court style eatery with traditional New Orleans eats – like gumbo, po’ boys, and beignets. The main pool also offers a huge dragon-themed water slide which kids (and adults!) will love, and the resort itself is very romantic – with fountains, and plenty of paths to wander down for an evening stroll along the Sassagoula River. The same river also offers a boat service to Disney Springs – which is a great perk of the Resort as well





Caribbean Beach: This Resort is a tropical paradise located near Epcot and close to Hollywood Studios too. There are 5 themed “villages” within the Resort: Aruba, Jamaica, Trinidad, Barbados & Martinique – and each village has its own pool, white sand beach with hammocks and playground, laundry facilities, bus stop, and parking area. The villages are arranged around Barefoot Bay Lake – which is surrounded by a walking path that connects all the villages/common areas. In the center of the lake is Caribbean Cay, an island with a picnic area and playground as well as plenty of beautiful foliage. Staying here is truly like escaping to the Caribbean – but you step on a bus and you’re back in Disney World – which is the best of both worlds!

The Cabins At Fort Wilderness: Fort Wilderness is like a whole other world – it is a huge campground that is quiet, tranquil, and like no other. You of course have the option of camping there, but you can also rent a Cabin with room enough to fit the whole family, plus all the modern amenities you’re looking for – electricity, a full kitchen (and dishwasher!), TV, bathroom, and dining/living areas too. You can purchase groceries at the stores on site, and save money by making meals right from the comfort of your cabin! There are pools, walking/running trails, horseback riding, canoe/pedalboat rentals, watersports, fishing, and much more right outside your door within the campground, and one of the best parts is the Magic Kingdom is just a short ferry boat ride away





Just because you can’t afford to stay at a Deluxe Disney Resort doesn’t mean you can’t stay on Disney Property – these Moderate Resorts offer tons of amenities and charm at a price that’s much more manageable for those on a budget!

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Catie H

Catie H is an avid Walt Disney World lover who has been vacationing there since she was (just barely!) tall enough to ride Space Mountain. She believes there is something for everyone at Disney World - and especially enjoys writing about the benefits of WDW for adults
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