How Well Do You Know The Resorts At Walt Disney World?

Guests who visit Walt Disney World love staying on property at a Disney Resort. With over twenty to choose from, guests are sure to find the perfect Disney Resort to suit their preferences, needs, and price range. Disney Resorts are broken down into three categories with Deluxe being the most expensive, Value having the best deals, and Moderate falling somewhere in between. No matter what category a Disney Resort falls into, there are amazing pools, dining options, shopping locations, amenities, themes, landscapes, details, and Cast Members to make the stay perfect. Guests who stay at a Disney Resort are sure to have a phenomenal time thanks to the great themes and services offered. With so many Disney Resorts to enjoy a stay at, guests might spend years trying to visit them all! Let’s see how well you know the Resorts at Walt Disney World.


10. Where Can You Enjoy A Dole Whip?

You can now enjoy a Dole Whip at two different resorts! Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort whisks guests away to a tropical paradise evoking the soothing breezes and beaches of the South Pacific. Guests who visit the resort can stop at a counter service location called Pineapple Lanai, found just outside the Great Ceremonial House and enjoy a classic Disney treat. Pineapple Lanai is open throughout the day and serves up Dole Whips which come in vanilla or pineapple flavors. Disney’s Pop Century Resort recently added Dole Whip’s to their quick-service location as well which is a great perk for this Value Resort. Dole Whip fans rejoice!

9. Who Is Scales?

The serpent at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort! Guests who love the spirit and charm of the Big Easy will love staying at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort. Filled with wrought iron details and festive jazz music the resort features a pool area that is a favorite of many guests. Scales the serpent has his mouth wide open and guests can slide down his tongue into the water below.

8. Who Performs At Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort?

YeHaa Bob! Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort is home to the River Roost Lounge which features a truly unique show. YeHaa Bob Jackson performs nightly and plays music, tells jokes, and makes sure that guests have a great time.

7. What Is The Biggest Pool In Walt Disney World?

Stormalong Bay! Guests who stay at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort or Disney’s Beach Club Resort can enjoy access to the amazing Stormalong Bay recreation area. Spanning over three acres, Stormalong Bay features a lazy river, sand bottom pool, multiple water slides, and a zero depth entry making it the largest and most impressive pool in Walt Disney World.

6. Where Can You Eat Tie-Dye Cheesecake?

Everything Pop! Guests who stay at Disney’s Pop Century Resort can enjoy feeling as though they are visiting different decades from the 1900s. The Everything Pop quick service dining location serves up a guest favorite tie dye cheesecake that is every color of the rainbow and completely delicious!


5. Where Can You Find A Fountain With Penguins?

The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa! One of the newest Disney Vacation Club locations can be found at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. The villas found there can accommodate any size party of guests with rooms that are decked out in Victorian elegance and modern conveniences. The lobby of the villas features a beautiful fountain with statues of the penguins from Mary Poppins.

4. What Is The River Near Disney Springs Called?

The Sassagoula! Several resorts in the Disney Springs area of Walt Disney World are nestled along the shores of the mighty Sassagoula River. Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort, Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort, Disney’s Old Key West Resort, and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort have exclusive boats which travel down the Sassagoula directly to Disney Springs. Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort also has beautiful views of the river.

3. What Is The Name Of The Lake Disney’s Boardwalk Resort Is On?

Crescent Lake! Guests who stay at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort, Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, or Disney’s Beach Club Resort can enjoy beautiful views of Crescent Lake. Lit with white classic boardwalk lights each night, Crescent Lake is full of dining locations, shopping opportunities, and nightlife.

2. Where Can You Enjoy Zebra Domes?

The Mara! Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge features a quick service dining location named after a river found in Africa. The Mara is themed to have guests feel as though they are dining in a lush forest and the location serves up a unique and delicious snack option. Zebra Domes feature a chocolate drizzle on a small mound flavored with Amarula Cream Liquor mousse.

1. What Resort Does The Monorail Travel Through?

Disney’s Contemporary Resort! One of the most iconic resorts in Walt Disney World can be found on the monorail loop right next door to the Magic Kingdom. Disney’s Contemporary Resort celebrates a modern theme including a massive atrium lobby which the monorail glides through!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.