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Relax at These Top Lounges in Disney Resorts

Resort hopping at Walt Disney World is a great way to experience various Walt Disney World Resorts. One way to do so is by visiting the lounges at these resorts. Walt Disney World has a variety of lounges throughout the parks and resorts. They are great ways to relax, enjoy a nice drink, and have some quick bites to eat.

If you want an excellent, relaxing time and don’t want to head into a Disney Park or Disney Springs to do so, consider a lounge at one of the Disney Resorts instead. With no park ticket needed, you can easily enjoy.

We have some top lounges that you should consider enjoying during your next Walt Disney World vacation.

Disney's Enchanted Rose
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Enchanted Rose- Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

A beautiful lounge is the Enchanted Rose. This lounge is themed after Beauty and the Beast. There are four unique spaces that guests can enjoy. The bar features a gorgeous gold chandelier inspired by Belle’s beautiful gold ballgown.

The garden room, library, and outdoor terrace are taken right out of the movie. The deck is perfect for an evening beverage after a long day in the park. The drinks and small plates at Enchanted Rose are elegant. Try caviar or the outstanding truffle fries while enjoying the Island Rose or Floral Bitter Beauty.

If you want a trendy and elegant lounge, you will want to head to Enchanted Rose.

Trader Sam's Grog Grotto, Disney's Polynesian Village
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Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto- Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Head to Trader Sam’s at Disney’s Polynesian Resort for a different vibe than Enchanted Rose. This tropical tiki bar is full of excitement and energy all night long. Find the secret door to head on in for drinks.

The drinks, servers, and overall atmosphere are a lot of fun. You can enjoy small Polynesia-flavored plates while sipping on your tropical drink. Be careful, though, as this hideaway has some surprises for guests.

Geyser Point Bar & Grill at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
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Geyser Point Bar & Grill- Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort

For a calming experience, you will want to head to Geyser Point Bar & Grill at the beautiful Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort. This nature-focused resort screams relaxation. The bar is located outside, right along the water. Sit at the bar or grab a comfortable chair while you relax.

Geyser Point has a full-service bar, which makes it a fantastic choice for those evenings when you don’t want to head into the parks or have a sit-down meal. Instead, watch the game on one of the many TVs, enjoy the views, and sit back and relax.

Geyser Point is a beautiful place to enjoy an evening at Walt Disney World. Time it right so you can also catch the Electrical Water Pageant as it goes on.

Banana Cabana- Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Get ready for the tropics with this fun outdoor lounge. Banana Cabana is a newer addition to Disney’s Caribbean Beach, and it is well worth a trip. This new lounge option is full of bright colors and modern seating, perfect for relaxing.

When visiting, you will want to try a Caribbean-inspired drink and grab something to eat. The top choices are the Caribbean Smuggler and the Jerk Chicken Wings. If you can get some of the pull-apart bread, also do that.

We love wrapping up the evening at this outdoor lounge.


Three Bridges Bar & Grill- Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Another new lounge option at a Disney resort is at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. Three Bridges Bar & Grill is an excellent lounge in the middle of the water.

Three bridges come together at the lounge. The bar is beautiful, and there are views from it. You don’t need reservations here, making it an excellent option for a night away from the parks. Everyone will love the seating and water view; the food and drinks are great.

Jellyrolls, Disney's BoardWalk
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Jellyrolls- Disney’s Boardwalk Inn

Looking for some adult time during your Walt Disney World trip? Head over to Jellyrolls at Disney’s Boardwalk Inn. This lively bar features two dueling pianos for a fantastic, fun evening.

Ensure you grab something to eat before heading over, as only popcorn is available. This is a good time for all! Come with some cash so you can request your favorite songs.

California Grill
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California Grill Lounge- Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Consider the lounge if you can’t get a reservation at the extremely popular California Grill. Seating at the lounge is on a first-come, first-serve basis, and you can enjoy the same outstanding views and delicious food as the full-service restaurant.

This is a romantic setting where you can enjoy excellent views of Magic Kingdom. The lounge isn’t big, so you will want to plan if this is a must-do.

Dahlia Lounge
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Dahlia Lounge- Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

We have already mentioned Three Bridges Bar & Grill at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, but another fantastic lounge option is inside Gran Destino Tower. Located at the top of the lounge is the beautiful Dahlia Lounge. Here, you can enjoy stunning views of Walt Disney World, including Disney’s Hollywood Studios, EPCOT, and more.

This elegant lounge is perfect for a memorable evening. You can enjoy sharing some delicious tapas while trying the specialty cocktails, all while taking in the outstanding views of Walt Disney World. Dahlia Lounge is a fantastic experience at Walt Disney World and shouldn’t be skipped.

During your next Walt Disney World vacation, visit some of the fantastic Disney resorts and lounges within those resorts. The lounges provide a unique atmosphere, great drinks, and a tremendous relaxing way to stay inside the magic. Put one or two of these lounges on your must-do list.

Jennifer Retzlaff

Jennifer became a lifelong Disney fan during her first trip to Walt Disney World in 6th grade. From that moment, Disney became a big part of her life. She quickly started to introduce her love of Disney to her family with a Disney honeymoon and then family trips when her youngest was 18 months old. She loves the magic that Disney brings to people through theme parks, cruises, and adventures. As a teacher, she tries to bring Disney magic into her classroom to help kids believe that “If You Can Dream It, You Can Do It.” She is also part of the Magic Vacation Planner team as a personal travel advisor. With this team, she can now help others plan magical vacations. She loves bringing her love to Disney to readers with How to Disney.

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