By Noah Belachew
Want a vacation with an early-1900s twist? This is the resort for you! Scattered along the boardwalk are stellar restaurants and classic boardwalk games like hoop toss.
Make sure to stop by the Boardwalk Bakery and try their Mickey Mouse Oreo Cupcake. You can also speed down the boardwalk with Surrey bikes, which seat two to four people.
Savanna-view rooms are what make this resort, the most unique resort option on Walt Disney World property. You'll be able to see animals like giraffes from your balcony.
The Savanna area is sprinkled with rocking chairs to relax and quietly enjoy the view of the wildlife. You’ll also enjoy authentic African cuisine.
Quaint beaches and nightly luaus make for a perfectly Polynesian-themed vacation. Delicious dining options found at the resort elevate the feel of the tropics,
Bungalows perched on the beautiful Seven Seas Lagoon are Disney’s first accommodations that sit atop the water. Plus, the Magic Kingdom's just a monorail away.
Aulani is a peaceful resort to come home to after a day of sightseeing in Oahu. Rainbow Reef is a lagoon where you can safely swim with Hawaii’s beautiful aquatic wildlife.
Enjoy breathtaking sunsets from the comfort of your balcony or from your dinner table at Aulani’s Ama Ama. This highly-rated restaurant offers a fresh dinner menu and breakfast buffet.
No matter which you choose, all DVC resorts have a great value! Check out the link below to learn more about Buying DVC