Dining, Recreation, Themed Resorts Abound
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — You’re on a golf vacation. You’ve just holed out on No. 18. So what are you going to do next?
If it’s a golf vacation at Walt Disney World Resort, the answer to that question can come from the most astounding list of possibilities of any golf resort on the planet.
Here are some of the choices throughout the 40 square miles of Walt Disney World Resort…
Relax at one of more than a dozen themed Disney resort hotels offering comfort and convenience for luxury-seeking and value-minded vacationers alike. The choices range from the turn-of-the-20th-century opulence of Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa . . . to whimsical movie themes at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort. There’s a world of imaginative themes, including the South Seas at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, quaint New Orleans at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort, America’s rustic national park hotels at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, charming New England seasides at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort, and more. Room rates vary depending on time of visit and hotel choice . . . and always include a golfer’s easiest drive of the day — comfortable transportation between the Disney hotel and one of Disney’s four championship courses.
Try other recreational adventures, which abound throughout Walt Disney World Resort. Parasail above Bay Lake, taking in a view of Magic Kingdom usually reserved for eagles. Surf the waves at Typhoon Lagoon water park. Fish for lunker bass. Scuba dive in one of the world’s largest saltwater environments outside the Pacific Ocean at Epcot. Wakeboard on Bay Lake. Splash around or take high-speed plunges at one of Disney’s themed water parks.
Dine at a virtual world of restaurant choices, including such highly acclaimed venues as California Grill, Wolfgang Puck Cafe, Artist Point and Flying Fish Cafe. With hundreds of dining locations, the options range from wings and burgers at bustling sports clubs to fine international cuisine. Some golfing vacationers will want to visit Epcot or Disney’s Hollywood Studios for an early-evening dinner and show. Epcot features authentic regional cuisine from 11 nations and the memorable fireworks and laser spectacle “IllumiNations: Reflections of Earth.” Disney’s Hollywood Studios offers a dinnertime trip to bygone times at The Hollywood Brown Derby Restaurant, plus “Fantasmic!”, an amphitheater spectacular performed on select nights and featuring a cast of 50 performers and dazzling special effects.
Indulge your body at the spa at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa or Disney’s Grand Floridian Spa & Health Club.
Take in a ball game at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex, which offers 220 acres of courts and fields for some 30 sports. The complex serves as the spring training home of the National League Atlanta Braves. At other times of the year the cheers continue for an endless succession of championship-caliber amateurs in sports ranging from basketball, baseball, football and softball . . . to gymnastics, soccer, track & field, wrestling and much more.
More information about this Walt Disney World of vacation options is available by calling 407/824-4321 or visiting www.disneyworld.com
. Vacation arrangements can be made by calling 407/W-DISNEY or a local travel agent.