This is one fancy hotel. We would recommend The Walt Disney World Swan, it is located so nicely near the Boardwalk Bar Zone. At the hotel was a giant chocolate Santa (not to eat) made from more than a thousand pounds of chocolate. True!
Kids got to do on site activities at the pool and inside: cookie decorating is great for young kids. You know you're in a good hotel that caters to the drinkers, when there is a lobby bar! I loved it, as we are in the Theme Park mood.
They'll make you anything you want, even the raspberry lemonade spiced up nicely with vodka, sprite, fresh lemon and key lime juice. You can substitute anything you want to make your drink a little bit more sweet or stronger. They can make a great Margarita on the rocks using sauza gold tequila, triple sec, lime juice, lemon juice, and a salted rim.
You're probably not in a spend that much time down here, except just to grab a drink on the way out to the Swimming Pool. You can ask them to put it in something for to go and that way you can take it out by the pool or order at the poolside bar.
I have to admit I drink a lot more when I'm on vacation than I do at home, with no work to worry about. We love this hotel and will do it again.
Stage Door Cafe offers consistently great toppings right down to the signature Whipped Cream Mickey. The latest Churro Funnel Cake at Hungry Bear Restaurant really upped the ante. The Funnel Cake stop that does change its options from time to time. Double Chocolate Funnel Cakes and Pumpkin Spice have rotated over the past couple years as the seasonal options.
Cookies and Cream Funnel Cake has hit the scene at Epcot’s Funnel Cake Stand! Do try the Funnel Cake Stand in Epcot’s American Adventure Pavilion.