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Disney's Wilderness Lodge
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Reviewed August 20, 2013

Stayed at Disney's Wilderness Lodge Aug. 10th to the 17th 2013.
Have stayed there before and always had a great time. This trip was no exception. Great rooms and great service. The atmosphere is laid back and relaxed. Spent more money but it was worth it. this hotel is very close to Magic Kingdom (can go by boat). Make sure to get the Disney dining plan. It is well worth it,especially if you are going to do character dining with the kiddos.

Room Tip: The standard rooms are good. Just request a higher room that is not handicapped equipped. I, personally, don't like the roll in shower.
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3  Thank Jorob148
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Reviewed August 20, 2013

The family had a great time at The Wilderness Lodge. Fantastic Lobby and Waterfall/Pool complex. The staff was friendly and helpful and the rooms were clean and well kept. The boat to the Magic Kingdom is great and the location of the resort is an easy commute to other attractions.

My only complaint would be the quick service dinning option (The Roaring Fork). The food was fine, but the space is too small to accommodate the breakfast and lunch rush. The traffic flow during these busy times is a real headache.

Overall, a great resort. Also, take the time to enjoy the pool and the other activities offered at the hotel (Movies each evening by the lake, marshmallow roast, etc.) Not enough time to do it all.

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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3  Thank EllisonR
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Reviewed August 18, 2013 via mobile

We started our vacation here this july 2013 for four nights. Great welcome. Fab door staff and the foyer on impact is absolutely breathtaking. Has to be seen to be believed. Front desk staff were super friendly and effecient and your room key can be used as your credit card within the hotel up to $1500 which was very convenient. Rooms were a little dark and I felt the bathrooms were a little old world looking but perhaps it was in keeping with the wilderness theme. My preference is for lighter and brighter. Otherwise the rooms are clean with fridge coffee etc. To my little girls delight the room staff left little animals etc. On her bed made from hotel towels and face clthes. Very cute. Hotel well serviced with restaurants bar other smaller eateries. Gorgeous looking pool but five life guards on a day was overkill and a little over chlorinated. Nice man made beach. Fun little speed boats to hire. Worth it.Whispers restaurant is far from whispering. Loud theatrical and drove me crazy but I was jetlagged and the deliberate shouting from servers was too much for me. Good disney hotel and eady access to parks. Grest hotel for children and families too.

  • Stayed: July 2013
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5  Thank Angela F
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Reviewed August 16, 2013

We have stayed at this hotel many times and of all the Disney properties, it is our favorite. The main lobby is grand and is modeled after the Old Faithful lodge in Yellowstone. It's a relaxing place to hang out after a long day at the parks. Our kids love taking the boats over to Magic Kingdom, which often times gets you there quicker than riding the monorail at the Contemporary. The evening water show on the lake is fun, too. Our kids especially enjoyed the pool area and the evening campfire on the beach with s'mores. The buses easily take you to the other parks, making your transportation convenient. You feel like you're a little off the beaten path which is nice after being around so many people in the parks.

For the money, this hotel is definitely a best value...we've stayed at the Contemporary which is excellent too, but save a few dollars and book this hotel instead.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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5  Thank Ginger G
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Reviewed August 14, 2013

Took my wife and two boys to Disney for a few days. Checked in at the Lodge and found a great bunk bead that kept the boys from fighting before going to sleep. Spent two days at the part and two days in the pool. Staff was great. Disney Dining plan gave us insulated cups to use at Roaring Fork so the boys had their choice of drinks all the time. Breakfast at Roaring Fork was also great. Generous helpings and finally real coffee!

  • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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6  Thank isogriffin
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