The monorail resorts are some of the most popular resorts on Disney World property, and for good reason. The location can’t be beat. All three of them are a monorail ride away from Magic Kingdom, and guests staying at the Contemporary have a short 10-15 minute walk to the Magic Kingdom.
To help you cast your vote, here is a little information on all the monorail resorts.
This resort has both the Contemporary and Bay Lake Tower (the Disney Vacation Club). The main building at the Contemporary is the A-frame building that the monorail runs through. Some of the dining experiences you will find here include: Chef Mickey’s, The Wave, and California Grill. It is also known for the impressive 90 foot mural, which was done by Disney Legend Mary Blair.
This resort is themed to resemble the South Pacific and has lots of beautiful tropical plants and palm trees around the resort. The lobby has been refurbed, even though the big fountain was removed, it is still a beautiful lobby. There is a smaller fountain, and the whole area now feels more open. Some of the dining experiences you will find here include: Kona Cafe (Tonga Toast!), Ohana, and Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto.
This resort is a bucket list item for a lot of people. The lobby is absolutely gorgeous with its high ceiling and beautiful chandeliers. Plus, they have an orchestra playing jazz, ragtime, and, of course, some Disney music too. Some of the dining experiences you will find here include: 1900 Park Fare, Victoria and Albert’s, and Narcoossee’s. The resort is themed after the Victorian era and has a very sophisticated feel to it.
So which one would you vote for? Choose your favorite and vote now!
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