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Down-home cooking reflecting the
spirit of the American pioneer tempts modern-day appetites at
Disney’s Wilderness Lodge.
Dining at Disney is the latest E-ticket ride, as fantastic food
has become an integral — and exhilarating — part of the vacation
experience. Some of Florida’s finest restaurants are in the Disney
resort hotels, from the five-diamond Victoria & Albert’s to the
sensational cuisine at California Grill.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Images of New England’s rocky, wind-blown beaches are captured in the themed restaurants at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort and Disney’s Beach Club Resort. Fresh seafood, hand-cut steaks, an old-fashioned clambake and some of the best burgers at Walt Disney World Resort are featured. Chefs studied folklore and food traditions in […]
Overview: Hand-carved furnishings, rich wood and vibrant colors at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge offer Walt Disney World guests the finest in authentic African architecture and design. Guests are immersed in an environment inspired by the cultural splendor and picturesque beauty of an African wildlife reserve. Many of the resort’s guest rooms feature balconies overlooking savannas […]
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — At Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge, guests on a “gift safari” venture into a realm where each treasure and trinket tells a tale in a fusion of vibrant colors and bold textures. Zawadi Marketplace, the signature retail shop at Disney’s newest deluxe resort, celebrates the romantic and adventuresome spirit of Africa […]
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Time was, families gathered at Atlantic beach towns to stroll the boardwalks in search of entertainment. That was just about a century ago, in the golden era of amusement parks, when Ferris wheels and carousels were set out on vast piers protruding into the Atlantic Ocean. It was a giddy, […]
Hundreds of pieces of authentic sculpted African art and a rare
ceremonial mask towering 16 feet add to the cultural splendor and
mystique of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge.
The bowling pins are six stories high, a colossal yo-yo pokes above the roofline of a four-story building. Eye-catching, out-sized icons are everywhere, from silhouettes of sock hop dancers and Pac-Man on balcony railings to gargantuan cans of Play Doh next to the Hippy Dippy Pool. Guests at Disney’s Pop Century Resort smile and point as they stroll past architectural detail rendered literally on 10 lodge buildings.