1. Take Your Time
Personally, I would recommend that every guest plan one “rest day” during their trip, but this is especially true if you want to experience the above and beyond accommodations! Instead of always arriving for rope drop, set aside that one day to sleep in, have lunch at a restaurant in walking distance, and pick from the endless entertainment options. You’ll walk away with a renewed appreciation for the Walt Disney Company and a refreshed mindset to enjoy the rest of your vacation.
Lastly, don’t forget that almost all of these amenities (except for pool access) are available to any Walt Disney World Resort guest. This means that if you were a guest at Pop Century, you can resort hop to the Wilderness Lodge for lunch, stop by the Polynesian for a hula dance lesson, and catch the free movie at your resort all in one day! When it comes to planning the perfect WDW vacation, resist the urge to save a few pennies at an offsite location and instead, immerse yourself in the magic.