Recently, Jamie and her family headed down to Disney for her daughter, Fiona’s, third birthday. Join us as we hear all about that trip and what Fiona did and loved while she was celebrating turning another year older.
Have you been curious about what club level is and what it has to offer? This week we give you the low down on what you can expect if you stay club level at a Disney resort. From the rooms, amenities, and food offerings, staying club level offers you a special something extra for your next Disney vacation.
On our last vacation we booked as part of our split stay a night at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. We had booked a standard room in the Atrium (the main building). Our room was 4722 located on the tenth floor with a gorgeous view of Bay Lake!
The room is 394 square feet, and we felt we had plenty of room to move around and contain all of our items. Upon entering, to the right there is a small bar with the coffee maker, cups and ice bucket. There are two closets in this area as well. The closets contain a luggage rack, ironing board, iron, safe, and two drawers and of course plenty of space to hang up your clothing.
To the left is the bathroom. This features a separate room with a toilet and hamper, as well as double sinks, and a full shower/tub. The best features in here are the awesome shower head, double sinks and clean lines. The bathroom has really great lighting too if you need to see to get ready. Included are towels that are a bit nicer and some really nice and decent sized toiletries, including lotion and body wash.
Walking further into the room to the left is a long desk with a chair and a small rolling table. There are two queen sized beds that are very comfortable. You can really tell the difference from the Moderates and Values in the beds at the Deluxe resorts. The mattresses are more comfortable, the sheets, pillows and blankets are much nicer here as well. To round out the sleeping area on the opposite wall there is a couch that folds down into a bed. It did take us some time to figure out how to turn the couch into the bed (you pull top part down towards you) but we managed! On the same wall as the couch was a large screen television.
The icing on the cake is the amazing balcony with two chairs and a small table. This view was just beautiful and I could have sat all day overlooking the pool, grounds and Bay Lake. Going back to the entrance you could look out your “front door” and get an amazing view of the Magic Kingdom!
Jillian: I was so excited to stay here! This is the one resort that I had always wanted to stay at growing up. It did not disappoint. I thought the room was spacious and clean and I love a modern look, so this was perfect for me. I also think this is a great option for someone who isn’t into Disney because this resort does feel grown up. I thought the beds and furniture were comfortable, the views were spectacular. We had a great experience with bell services so no complaints there.
The not so good: I did find check in to be slow but maybe because we were so excited to see our room. We also found that there were issues with food trays being left in the halls for hours, over 12 hours to be exact! That is pretty bad for a Deluxe resort. Next was our issue with the monorail. This did not run for more than 30 minutes after park closing and the only other option is to walk. I can handle the walk, but I can see families with little ones or those with disabilities having issues with this. Literally the only option to get to the Contemporary is the monorail or to walk. The walk is probably 12 minutes when you are going at a decent clip.
I really enjoyed using the monorail services (when they were running) and even the walk to the Magic Kingdom. I think this resort offers great dining options from quick snacks to extra fancy meals! I loved exploring the shops and amazing views from the decks. The layout of the resort can be a little tricky, just trying to figure out which floor you have to go to get on the monorail or different restaurants took a little work, but mostly we had Tara as our guide since she is most familiar with the resort.
Tara: I had not stayed at Contemporary since I was a wee lass and really have no memory of it. I was thrilled to check it off the list since had recently stayed in Bay Lake Tower it was nice to compare. I love how convenient staying in the Tower is to everything. It is such a quick trip to stores, restaurants, and the monorail. You can not beat the convenience of everything. The room was nice but not Disney enough for many people. It is not “special” but more like an upscale Hilton or Marriott. I LOVED the bathroom though and found it more than special and comfortable. One thing that was nice is at night when you walk into the bathroom it has a sensor and a dim light comes on to help you maneuver. This was a great perk since I did not want to wake up the other girls! The beds were very comfortable and the view was great. I enjoyed it and would stay again, but it is at the bottom of the three monorail resorts for me with Polynesian and Grand Floridian taking the top spots.
Jamie: Walking into the Contemporary for our stay felt so much different from the previous visits I’d made to the resort. We took the elevator up to our room and when we stepped out there was a huge glass wall… and Space Mountain. How cool, to open the door to your hotel room every morning and there is Space Mountain! It’s an experience I’m glad I was able to have. The room was very nice. I especially loved the balcony and our view of Bay Lake. My main “cons” are the ones that Jillian has already mentioned, from the food in the hallway to the lack of transportation at the end of the night. Overall I think the resort is pretty great, but it still wasn’t able to knock the Polynesian off of my top monorail resort spot!
If you haven’t yet given the Contemporary Resort a try you may want to add it to your list of resorts. You can’t beat the location, views, and dining at the Contemporary!
We make it a point to try new things at Disney each time we visit so we can report back to our readers and listeners about our findings. Join us this week as we talk about the most recent new experiences we’ve had for the first time while at Disney!
Sometimes when planning dining reservations for a Walt Disney World vacation people focus on restaurants in the parks. Fortunately, there are many, many choices outside of the parks and if you plan correctly going to a dining reservation outside of the parks doesn’t have to take a lot of time out of your day. Of if you aren’t planning to visit a park you can still have plenty of fun and even meet some Disney friends!
Magic Kingdom Resort Area:
Grand Floridian Resort has two very unique character meal options both at the same restaurant, 1900 Park Fare. For breakfast you can meet Mary Poppins, Alice, the Mad Hatter, Tigger and Winnie the Pooh. For dinner you can meet up with Cinderella, Prince Charming, Lady Tremaine and her daughters Anastasia and Drizella.
Also at the Grand Floridian there is Victoria & Albert’s a very upscale restaurant, having an AAA Five Diamond rating since 2000. There is also the highly coveted Chef’s Table at Victoria & Albert’s which features 13 courses and the chef personally conversing between courses. This is definitely a bucket list item!
Citricos Dining with an Imagineer is a very unique option outside of the park. Who wouldn’t love to pick the brain of a Disney Imagineer? This is your chance to ask questions and learn about the behind the scenes of Walt Disney World.
Within the Wilderness Lodge you will find the Whispering Canyon Café, a buffet with some shenanigans. If you love great food, a neat atmosphere and sassy and fun cast members you will want to make the trip to Wilderness Lodge for this family style bottomless platters! Just be careful when you ask for ketchup or straws!
In the Polynesian Village Resort there is a unique character meal featuring Lilo and Stitch as well at Mickey and Pluto in Hawaiian gear. Lilo is not featured anywhere else so if you have a person who loves Lilo and Stitch this is THE place to go!
Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is located at the Campsites at Fort Wilderness and boasts an amazing dinner show with great food, fun, vaudeville comedy, singing and dancing. And of course Strawberry Shortcake! There are multiple shows each day in different price categories based on your seat. You can read Tara’s review here.
Epcot Resort Area:
Another great character meal option is at the Beach Club, Cape May Café! This is a character meal for breakfast only and features Minnie and friends in their beach attire! So if you are in Epcot or Hollywood Studios or staying at an Epcot are resort this is a fantastic option that isn’t as well-known as other character meals. You can read a review right here!
Beaches and Cream in the Beach Club boasts more than just ice cream. This old-fashioned soda fountain has a full menu of burgers, salads, sandwiches, and soup. But most people are coming for The Kitchen Sink. This creation has scoops of 5 different types of ice creams, every topping imaginable plus a whole can of whipped cream. You will need the whole family to finish this monster! But beware when you order it you will cause some heads to turn since the whole restaurant will light up as this treat makes its way to your table.
Todd English’s bluezoo located in the Dolphin Hotel is a sleeper choice. It is a pricey dinner, so maybe for a special occasion this is a great choice. It has won numerous awards and does awesome seafood as well as plenty of beef, chicken and pork dishes to keep everyone happy. They even feature a pretty great kid’s menu if you are bringing the whole family. The restaurant itself is beautiful and you will want to get dressed up for this dinner.
Check back soon for more dining suggestions on the Animal Kingdom Resort area and Disney Springs!
If you’ve been listening to our podcast you’ll know that we’ve been in the process of going in depth with each Walt Disney World resort hotel. You can listen to our coverage of the Contemporary Resort on Episode 89 available here.
So let’s start with the basics.
The Contemporary is one of the first two resorts on property when WDW opened in 1971. Before the construction of the Grand Floridian, it was considered the flagship resort.
The Contemporary Tower was built as an A-frame with outer walls which slope inwards around an inner atrium. The building was constructed with the steel frames being installed first and then rooms constructed offsite were fit into place by crane.
The Contemporary is located on Bay Lake, just next door to the Magic Kingdom and is a “monorail resort”.The main draw of this resort is that the monorail runs, literally, right through it.
Chef Mickey’s – One of the most popular character meals. Characters at this meal include Mickey as “Chef Mickey”, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, and Chip and Dale. Breakfast is served buffet-style from 7:00 am to 11:30 am and offers breakfast pastries, bagels, fresh fruit, omelets, Mickey pancakes, and other basic breakfast foods. Dinner hours are 5:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Dinner buffet features meats like prime rib, chicken, and seafood, as well as pasta dishes and a salad bar. Advance Dining Reservations are required.
The Wave…of American Flavors
This restaurant is something of a hidden gem in that the food is good and the place is hardly ever crowded. This restaurant focuses on fresh food that is locally grown and sustainable.
This is one of the best places to view the fireworks at Magic Kingdom! If you can get a reservation during the show, the music is piped in, so you can enjoy all aspects of the show. If you can’t see the show well from your table, you can head outside to the terrace area which is even better. This award-winning restaurant is open from 5:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. and the lounge, where you can find beer, cocktails, an assortment of California wines, is open from 5:30pm – 1am. The restaurant menu offers cuisine with a Californian influence and changes seasonally. The kitchen is open so you can see all the food being prepared. The main focus of the menu is sushi, but they also offer grilled meats, poultry, seafood, and vegetarian selections. Advance Dining Reservations are required. You’ll need to try for them at 180 days out as time slots run out quickly.
Note about the terrace: Only restaurant guests may use the terrace. If your dinner ends before the fireworks begin, bring your dinner receipt back to the restaurant (same day only) and you will be allowed to go to the terrace to watch the show.
Top of the World
At the very top of Bay Lake Tower is the Top of the World Lounge, which is very similar to California Grill in its location. In fact, Top of the World is a former name of California Grill. There is a viewing deck and also an indoor seating area with a full bar. They also offer a limited food menu. Only Disney Vacation Club members may use the lounge. A cast member in the lobby must verify a guest’s Vacation Club credentials before allowing the guest access to the lounge’s elevator. All Bay Lake Tower guests may visit the viewing deck until 4 pm. The lounge features views of the Magic Kingdom theme park and Bay Lake, including its surrounding resorts.
Contempo Cafe – This is the resort food court and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. They offer standard food court fare as well as fritattas, french toast, flatbreads, fresh fruit, and grab -n- go stuff. Also where you’re going to refill resort refillable mugs.
Outer Rim Lounge – bar with a large selection of wines, beers, ales, and cocktails.
Sand Bar – Poolside bar offering hamburgers, hot dogs, snacks and alcoholic beverages like margaritas, and fruity pool drinks. Notable one is the Banana Cabana – Cruzan Mango Rum, Coruba Coconut Rum, Bols Crème de Banana, Orange and Pineapple Juice and a float of Grenadine
Cove Pool Bar – Located at Bay Lake Tower- offers light apps and snacks like wraps, sushi, meat and cheese plates, fruit, and even kids meals. Alcoholic beverages are also available.
Room Types – Main building
Standard rooms as well as suites are offered in the main building, in fact they are some of the largest rooms available on WDW property. The bathrooms are the split bath formation like in other resorts, however, they are reversed with the shower and sink in one room and the toilet in another.
Standard rooms – 2 queen beds or one king, a daybed. Tower rooms have a balcony or patio. The patios on the first floor rooms in the Garden wings are not private, meaning that they are basically one long patio. This can be a problem if you’ve got less than stellar neighbors.
There are 25 suites with either Theme Park or lake views. You can get one and two bedroom suites with two queen size beds and sleeper sofas and there are eleven Club Level suites on floors 12 and 14.
Bay Lake Tower room types
Room types include Studios, One-, Two-, and Three-Bedroom Grand Villas.
Studio – Sleeps up to four. Features queen size bed, full-size sleeper sofa, TV and DVD player, small cube refrigerator, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. Laundry facilities are located on the first floor off the lobby area.
One-Bedroom Villa – Sleeps five. Features Master bedroom suite with king-sized bed, Master bathroom with walk-in shower, whirlpool tub. There is a second bathroom just off of the living room. The living room has a queen-size sleeper sofa as well as a sleeper chair, You can find a TV and DVD player in living room, and a TV in master bedroom. Full kitchen includes: coffee maker, dinnerware, glassware, silverware, cookware, microwave, toaster, stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher. Laundry area contains a stacked washer and dryer.
Two-Bedroom Villa – These rooms have an additional bedroom with a private bath, one queen-size bed, and a double sleeper sofa. The 2 Bedroom villas sleep eight adults plus one child under age three in a crib. The Master suite has a king-size bed and private bath with a whirlpool tub. There is a fully equipped kitchen, ceiling fans throughout, stacked washer and dryer, TV with DVD player in living room and TVs in each bedroom, queen-size sleeper sofa in living room and a private balcony or porch.
3-Bedroom Grand Villa – Accommodates up to twelve and are 2 levels. Includes a master bedroom suite with king-size bed, and a master bathroom with whirlpool tub. There are four bathrooms total in this villa. There are two more bedrooms, each with two queen-size beds. You can also find a queen-size sleeper sofa in living room. TV and DVD player in living room, and TV in master bedroom and both additional bedrooms. Full kitchen includes: coffee maker, dinnerware, glassware, silverware, pots and pans, microwave, toaster, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher. There is a dining room with dining table and chairs (seats 10 and can be expanded to 12). Laundry area contains a stacked washer and dryer. There are multiple balconies, one-off the kitchen, and one-off of each of the 3 bedrooms for a total of 4.
Pools are a bit lacking here at the main building, to be honest. There is a large main pool with a 17 foot curving slide and some little sand bar type things in the middle. The secondary pool is round and gets progressively deeper toward the middle. No real themeing. It’s just…a pool.
Bay Lake Tower has their own pool only for use by BLT guests. Their pool has a 20 ft waterslide and a zero entry edge. There is a splash pad for kids.
Poolside activities remain the same as other Disney resorts, including the afternoon Disney Junior Pool Party.
Poolside cabanas are available for rent on a first come, first served basis.
Each boat can accommodate up to 5 guests. Children under age 18 must have an adult present to sign waivers.
Non-guided excursions available from 9:00am year round.
All of the Personal Watercraft can hold up to 3 guests but must not exceed a combined weight of 400 pounds. All drivers must be age 16 or over and must present a valid state issued Driver’s License or Permit with photo ID when they check in. No exceptions. A credit card is required to be used as a damage deposit. Children under age 18 must have an adult present to sign waivers.
The Olympiad fitness center is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily and is located on the third floor. It includes all the best exercise machines, treadmills, sauna, massages, whirlpool, and tanning booths. Personal training is available by appointment only. The gym is open to all WDW guests. Membership costs are:$12 per person, per day; $20 for the Guest Length of Stay, $40 for Family Length of Stay. The tanning bed is $8 per 20 minutes (with a 20 minute maximum). DVC members can use the gym and services free of charge.
There are limited spa services like massages and facials. One perk is that they will come and do a massage in your resort room.
There is an onsite arcade that includes video games and billiards pool.
Tennis courts – 6 clay courts with pro shop, tennis lessons are available.
Guided fishing excursions are available via the concierge desk.
Movies Under The Stars is available on select nights in the courtyard on the back side of the main Atrium building.
Magic Kingdom: If you’re going to Magic Kingdom Park you have a couple of choices on how you want to get there. You can take the monorail, however, it may not be the quickest option since it makes stops at the Ticket & Transportation Center, the Polynesian Resort, and the Grand Floridian before it eventually gets to the Magic Kingdom. If you don’t mind the walk, you can take the footpath from Contemporary to Magic Kingdom. It’s a short 10 minute walk.
Epcot: Take the monorail to the Ticket & Transportation Center and transfer to the Epcot monorail.
Disney’s Hollywood Studios: Take the Hollywood Studios bus.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom: Take the bus marked Animal Kingdom/Blizzard Beach.
Disney Springs Marketplace, Disney Springs West Side: Before 4 p.m., take the monorail to the Ticket & Transportation Center, and transfer to the bus marked Downtown Disney. After 4 p.m. there will be direct Disney Springs buses from the resort.
The theme is very modern and streamlined and not aggressively Disney. This can be a pro or a con, depending on what you’re looking for in a Disney resort. The highlight of the resort is the stories tall Mary Blair mural. It has a Southwestern feel and almost seems like it doesn’t belong in that resort, but it is a thing of beauty if you’re a classic Mary Blair fan.
The rooms have the standard white duvet with furnishings in the brown family, with pops of lime green throughout.
How much does it cost?
As usual, we use a fictional family of four with 2 adults and 2 kids, ages six and nine. We chose some random dates in August, this case, August 20 through August 26. We give them five-day base tickets, no dining plan, and no Memory Maker photo package.
Garden wing room with Garden View – $4060.76
Tower room with Bay Lake View – $5085.70
Tower room with Theme Park View – $5375.88
Club Level room with a Standard view – $6066.64
Club Level room with a Theme Park View – $6452.56
Bay Lake Tower Deluxe Studio room with a Standard view – $4675.04
Bay Lake Tower Deluxe Studio room with a Theme Park View- $5539.04
Bay Lake Tower One Bedroom Villa with a Standard view – $5653.82
Bay Lake Tower Two Bedroom Villa with a Lake view – $7930.80
Bay Lake Tower Two Bedroom Suite with Club Level Access – $15042.96
How does the Contemporary Resort rank on your list of favorite resorts? Let us know in the comments!
We’re continuing our In Depth series of all the Walt Disney World resorts! Por favor mantaganse alejado de las puertas, our next stop is Disney’s Contemporary Resort. We talk about all aspects of the resort from dining, room types, activities and amenities, and cost.
We’re back with another Disney recipe! This time it’s Apple Brined Pork Tenderloin with Root Beer Demi-Glace from The Wave…of American Flavors.
This one is not complicated but does take a little bit of beforehand prep due to the brining process.
Here’s what you’ll need:
For the brine:
1 cup apple juice
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
pinch of black pepper
pinch of kosher salt
2 tablespoons brown sugar
pinch of red pepper flakes
For the Root Beer demi-glace:
1 cup veal or beef stock
1 cup of your favorite root beer
1 teaspoon corn starch
1 teaspoon water
To make the brine, add all the brine ingredients to a pot and bring to a boil to dissolve salt and sugar. Cool to room temp then put in a container (I used a gallon zip top bag) with your pork. I used a small tenderloin, but you could use chops if you wanted. Store in refrigerator for 24 hours. Mine actually brined longer than that as my dinner plans changed and I didn’t end up cooking the pork until the next day. I think it worked out ok.
Once you’re ready to cook your pork, you’ll want to take it out of the marinade and dry it off a bit with a paper towel. Now, you can choose your cooking method as the recipe doesn’t specify. You can roast it in the oven or grill it, but I would suggest using a low heat as the sugar from the brine will burn easily. I chose to sous vide mine. If you’ve never done a sous vide method, I would suggest checking it out. It’s a foolproof way to tender, juicy meats. You can’t burn it!
While the pork was cooking I made the root beer sauce. You’ll want to bring your beef stock (didn’t have veal stock on hand) and root beer to a boil and then reduce by 1/4 volume. Then you’ll want to make a slurry with the cornstarch and water and cook for and additional 5 minutes.
My demi-glace ended up rather thin so I’m thinking maybe I should have let it reduce some more.
Our thoughts: I thought it was pretty good. I prefer my usual method of preparing pork tenderloin, but I liked it. My husband shared my opinion. I might try to make this again and fiddle with the demi-glace some to see if I can get it thicker and more of a sauce consistency. I did like the root beer flavor with the meat. Overall, I thought this was rather easy and tasted good for the amount of effort involved.
There is a little known way to save some money at Walt Disney World. Did you know that you can send packages ahead of your visit to your resort? It is a simple process but there are a few things you will want to know.
The first is that at any resort that is a considered a conference resort will charge a fee. These resorts are the Contemporary Resort, Beach Club, and Coronado Springs Resort.
You will need to address it correctly. Here is the format you should use:
Your name- Hold for Guest Arrival *date of arrival*
C/O Resort name
Street Address of resort
City, State Zip code
When you arrive for check in you will want to ask the cast member at the desk if your package has arrived and they will have it delivered to your room. You do not have to be in the room to accept the package delivery so if you have plans to go elsewhere do not worry.
So what would you have delivered ahead of you? The one thing I always order is a case of water. Water costs $2.75 a bottle and when you multiply that by the number of people it really adds up. You can get free cups of ice water but we like to be able to take our water with us on the go. If you don’t drink Coke products and have to have that Pepsi this is a good way to have your drink of choice without having to purchase them one at a time or bring them with you. This is a good way to get snacks to your resort too. Another great item to ship ahead is diapers and wipes. Baggage prices can be expensive so only taking a small number of diapers with you can really save the luggage space. This is especially helpful if you are going for a longer vacation.
Another great reason for shipping to your resort is if you are planning to use only Walt Disney World transportation. This means no stops off to a grocery store or Target to pick up these essentials. So in the end it can save you a lot of money if you plan it out correctly!
Disney has a category of rooms that are called “Club Level” or “Concierge Level” and though not a secret they are sometimes considered a “hidden gem”. I thought I would help share what it is and you can decide for yourself if it is something that would benefit or enhance your next Disney trip enough to make it worth the extra pennies (okay maybe not pennies!) that it will cost you!
This week will be an overview of Club Level and then the series will continue with an in-depth look at the different resorts club level benefits and extras so if you DO decide that you want to try out club level you will know which resort’s club level offerings are right for you. Club level does have many similarities throughout the different resorts but they as well have been customized for each resort.
First, not all resorts offer club levels and only Deluxe resorts have true club level rooms. One moderate has an option that resembles club level and that is Coronado Springs Business Class rooms. It is not called club level but has some of the same benefits such as a lounge only accessed by Business Class guests but it does not have the full offering that the deluxe true Club Level rooms offer. As we go through the series we will have a specific article on Business Class at Coronado Springs where we compare it to the full Club Level and tell you more about it. All of the deluxe resorts now offer Club Level category so that list is Grand Floridian, Polynesian, Contemporary, Wilderness Lodge, Beach Club, Yacht Club, Boardwalk and Animal Kingdom Lodge. Disney Vacation Club villa resorts that are deluxe villas category do not offer club level rooms. So, for example Bay Lake Tower or the Boardwalk Villas do not have this option.
Some people get confused and think Club Level has something to do with the concierge desk at the resort’s front desk. It does not and is separate so anyone staying at that resort can utilize the concierge desk in the resort’s lobby. Only Club Level can work with the concierge that is Club Level only and has a separate desk.
One of the best services that Club Level offers is the Itinerary Planning Office. Prior to your visit your TA and the IPO will work together to get your schedule set. While on your vacation they are a valuable resource when needing to move reservations around or if something comes up and you need to cancel reservations or fastpasses, etc.
One of the favorite services that Club Level offers is the lounge. Usually club level rooms are on the same floor or at least in the same area. Each of the resorts have a Club Lounge that offers complimentary food and drinks throughout the day and night.The lounges offer comfortable seating and TV’s (one is just for the kids with Disney cartoons playing). You can definitely eat a great breakfast here and heavy snacks throughout the day. I know many Club Level guests that even will eat dinner here in the evening. Though it is not a traditional restaurant or somewhere that has a menu that you order from their snacks are filling enough that you can definitely get full. There are a variety of hot and cold appetizers from the resort restaurants and wine and beer; along with soda and juice to fill you up. In the later evening they will have desserts and cordials out to indulge in. They do print menus of that week’s food and you will get that from your Club Level concierge or pick up at the lounge. The lounge is open from 7am to 10pm.
Club level rooms typically offer additional amenities as well. You will find luxurious robes in your room, spa-quality toiletries and DVD players, along with sometimes slightly larger rooms. For example, a Club Level room at Animal Kingdom Lodge is one of the deluxe category rooms (unless you have a suite). You also can request nightly turn-down service if you wish while you are staying Club Level.
Another benefit of Club Level is you will have your own check-in area that will make waiting in line to check-in a thing of the past. Club level access is secure and is restricted to club level guests only. In the past, a special Gold colored Keys to the Kingdom card would allow you access but now it is stored on your magic bands.
Each resort has unique reasons why Club Level is special and as we go through this series you will find that it might be the special, Club Level only Sunrise Safari at Animal Kingdom Lodge that appeals to you or that the Sushi during the dinner hours at the Poly Club Level steals your heart. There are so many appealing reasons to think about staying Club Level at Disney and I guarantee you there is one that is practically perfect for you!
Have you stayed Club Level at Disney before? What was your favorite part?