What Are The Best Resorts for Adults Without Kids?
If you are traveling to Walt Disney World without kids, you may be wondering where to stay, what to do, where to eat, etc. The answers to these questions depend on what you are looking for. However, I cannot emphasize enough that at Walt Disney World Resort, there is something for everyone. That includes those traveling without children.
Walt Disney World has over 25 resorts to choose from on property. There are three different resort categories and I think that there are great options in each category if you are planning an adults-only trip.
Let’s start with the deluxe and deluxe villa resorts. These resorts are all wonderful and offer amazing amenities and theme. My favorite Disney Deluxe Resort is Disney’s Beach Club Resort. However, I think any of the resorts on Disney’s Boardwalk are great for adults without kids. Why? There are a few reasons. All of these resorts are a quick walk to Epcot and a quick boat ride to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. If you are planning your vacation during any of Epcot’s festivals, this is a great location to have a quick walk back and forth to your resort. Also, there are some great options for food and nightlife along the boardwalk. If you are looking to be close to Magic Kingdom, my recommendation would be Disney’s Polynesian Resort. The atmosphere here is romantic, fun and it even smells amazing! It’s also a quick monorail ride away from Magic Kingdom!
In the moderate category, I highly recommend Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. This resort is very large and spread out. It also has a conference center and a salon. The food is amazing, the pools are wonderful and the decor around the resort is just beautiful – there are so many fountains! You will also find the largest hot tub on Disney property here! With the new Gran Destino Tower currently being built, there are even more reasons to check out this beautiful resort, including a new rooftop restaurant! I think this is a great option whether you are on your honeymoon, a business trip, or just a trip with friends. I do think any of the moderate resorts are great options though. Most of them tend to be quieter and more spread out. They also include table service and quick service dining options. Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside and French Quarter also have a boat that goes to Disney Springs. This is perfect if you are looking for some nightlife after a day at the parks.
If you are planning a Disney trip on a budget, the value category of resorts is likely your best option. While this resort category has great options for families with kids, there are options for adults as well. My choice for an adults-only trip in the value category is Disney’s Pop Century Resort. I love the theme here, which is the different decades, and try to stay in a different section each visit. While the Disney touches are still obvious, I like that adults of all ages will recognize many of the icons throughout the resort representing each decade. I also love that I can get a dole whip at the resort. With the addition of the Disney Skyliner coming soon, this resort is about to get even better!
Whether you are looking to be closer to the parks with more amenities or travel on a budget, there are great resorts for you to choose from!
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