With the podcast resort review series getting ready to look at the Deluxe monorail resorts, I thought this was a good time to see which one is the “fan-favorite.” Vote for the Polynesian, Grand Floridian, or Contemporary/Bay Lake Towers, and tell us WHY it’s your favorite in the Comments.
Which is your favorite WDW monorail resort?
- Polynesian Resort (42%, 11 Votes)
- Contemporary Resort & Bay Lake Towers (42%, 11 Votes)
- Grand Floridian Resort & Spa (15%, 4 Votes)
Total Voters: 26
Host: Aaron Rittmaster (AJRitz)
Panel: David Juart (IndyDisney); Nathan Trent (trennr)
For the third installment of our Walt Disney World resort roundup, the Dis Dads looked at what we called the “Moderate Plus” resorts – Coronado Springs Resort, The Cabins at Fort Wilderness, and the Swan & Dolphin. After starting the discussion with Coronado Springs, we got to know David Juart a bit better, as he took the hotseat to answer the 10 Questions. Next, we discussed the Cabins at Fort Wilderness and then the Swan & Dolphin – resorts that probably deserve to be considered Deluxe resorts, but for some missing perqs (since they are not Disney-owned).
Special thanks to our Producer/Engineer Josh Haas, who also created and recorded our intro music. The DIS Dads Podcast is edited and mixed at Pi Productions by A Veil Lifted.
How is it after you get home before you’re comfortably back in your routine? Do you hit the ground running, or does it take you a few days to adjust? What’s the hardest part of the re-adjustment to being home? Tell us about it in the Comments.
How long does it take you to "recover" from a WDW vacation?
- 7 days or more - Where do I apply to be a CM? (56%, 15 Votes)
- 2-3 days - just need to get back on schedule (22%, 6 Votes)
- 1 day or less - I'm ready to be home (19%, 5 Votes)
- 4-7 days - nagging feeling I'm missing an ADR (4%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 27