Disney Grand Floridian Walt Disney World Resort
Package Price $7500 for 2 adults 2 children under 17
6 Day Vacation Air, JFK, EWR, BWI, BOS, DTW, IAD ATL, SDF
Lagoon View Room, Transfers
Quick Service Dining Plan – 5 day Park Hopper Passes
Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is one of eight deluxe Disney Resorts in the Magic Kingdom Area of The Walt Disney World Resort. You’ll enjoy easy access to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Epcot and Disney’s Magic Kingdom. Reminiscent of a grand Victorian 19th century hotel, it sits on 40 spectacular acres near the waters edge at Seven Seas Lagoon. It offers luxury accommodations, a marina, a world-class spa, heated pools & whirlpools, lighted tennis courts and a variety of shops. Additional services include valet parking, room service, luggage service, on-site childcare and complimentary Disney monorail and water launch or motor coach transportation. Add some Disney Magic to your next family vacation at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
Room Lagoon View Room
Disney’s G:rand Floridian Resort & Spa offers 867 rooms surrounded by tropically landscaped gardens on Seven Seas Lagoon, across from the Magic Kingdom® Park. Most rooms have balconies. Decor includes Victorian accents, pastel colors, printed wall coverings, light-wood armoires, marble-top sinks with period fittings, and 19th century–style woodwork.
Dial-up Internet access is complimentary and high-speed Internet access is available for a surcharge. Rooms provide coffeemakers, complimentary safes, and hair dryers. Microwaves and refrigerators are available on request.
One king bed or two queen beds. Most rooms with day bed and private balcony. View of Seven Seas Lagoon. 403 square feet. Bathroom with robes, hair dryer, separate vanity area. Minibar. Iron and ironing board. Telephone with voice mail and dial-up Internet access. High-speed Internet access (surcharge). Complimentary wall safe. Coffeemaker. Microwave and refrigerator on request. Nonsmoking
Though the Magic Kingdom® Park is just across the water, with access to this resort’s multiple restaurants and lounges, shops, childcare, two swimming pools, marina, and full-service spa, many guests never leave Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.
Special kids’ programs include childcare for youth aged 4-12, a cruise for kids aged 3-10, and a tea party for children aged 3-10.
Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available in the resort’s common areas; some locations include the first-floor lobby area, including the Tea Room; the Convention Center Lobby area; and the fourth-floor Concierge area – sitting area. Wireless interface cards are available for purchase in the resort’s business center.
Citricos – This upscale restaurant offers Mediterreanean-inspired cuisine in a beautiful, 190-seat dining room in sun-drenched Provençal colors, with an open-air kitchen. Modern, flavorful dishes that change with the seasons are its forte. The restaurant includes a private, glass-walled dining room that seats as many as 10 guests.
Victoria & Albert’s – The crème de la crème of Disney dining, this restaurant offers a seven-course menu that is customized daily and an award-winning wine list. Open for dinner only, the intimate dining room seats just 53, and features a harpist each evening. The coveted Chef’s Table in the kitchen must be booked months in advance.
1900 Park Fare – The centerpiece of this buffet-style restaurant is Big Bertha, a century-old band organ built in Paris that entertains diners accompanied by Disney characters who visit the restaurant at breakfast and dinner. The dinner buffet includes prime rib, hot and cold seafood, salads, vegetables, and bread. The children’s buffet has hot dogs, hamburgers, pizza, chicken nuggets, and mouse-shaped macaroni and cheese alongside a pasta buffet with a large selection of different pastas and sauces, plus a dessert and salad bar.
Grand Floridian Cafe – Classic dishes and traditional favorites are the staples at this casual spot. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the 230-seat restaurant overlooks the courtyard and pool.
Narcoossee’s – Narcoossee’s menu focuses on seafood, from steamed Penn Cove mussels to grilled Chilean sea bass and sauteed wild salmon. The fresh Maine lobster, boiled and served with corn grits and coriander butter, is a hands-down favorite. A dazzling view of Seven Seas Lagoon offers guests a feast for the eyes. Narcoossee’s has 150 seats.
Garden View Lounge – High tea is served for three hours every afternoon, with imported teas, fruit tartlets, tea sandwiches, scones, and freshly baked pastries. Cocktails, beverages, and desserts also are served in the later afternoon and evening. Guests are entertained by the sounds of a grand piano and orchestra.
Mizner’s – Located off the resort’s main lobby on the second floor, this intimate bar is named after the self-taught, eccentric, turn-of-the-century Palm Beach architect. Specialties include cognacs, ports, and shrimp cocktail appetizers.
Summerhouse – This outdoor quick-service spot is great for light fare on the hotel beach or poolside.
Gasparilla Grill & Games – Casual, family dining is what this 24-hour, counter-service restaurant is all about. Parents can enjoy such favorites as grilled chicken, fresh bagels, sandwiches, pizzas, and soft-serve yogurt with an assortment of toppings while kids try the latest games in the video arcade. Continental breakfast is also available.
- Beach activities
- Golf (nearby)
- Health club/fitness center
- Water sports
- Bike rentals
Electrical Water Pageant – The Nightly presentation from Seven Seas Lagoon can be viewed from the resort’s beach area or boat dock.
Fantasy in the Sky – The Magic Kingdom fireworks show can be viewed from the resort’s beach area or boat dock.
High Tea served at the Garden View Lounge – Character Experience Tea Party at 1900 Park Fare hosted by your favorite Disney Characters from Alice in Wonderland.
This Dining Plan offers you an easy and affordable way to dine at your choice of more than 100 select Table Service and Quick Service restaurants.
For each night you are staying at a Walt Disney World® Resort hotel, you will receive:
1 Table Service Meal
- Full buffet and non-alcoholic beverage
- Entrée, non-alcoholic beverage, and dessert (except at breakfast)
1 Quick Service Meal
- 1 entrée OR 1 complete Combo Meal
- 1 dessert (lunch or dinner) or 1 juice (breakfast)
- 1 single-serving non-alcoholic beverage
- Frozen ice-cream novelty, popsicle, or fruit bar
- Box of popcorn
- Single serving grab bag chips
- 1 20 ounce bottle of soda or water
- Single piece of whole fruit
- Medium fountain soft drink or apple juice How it works:All dining package components will be included in your Key to the World card (which also works as the Resort room key, Theme Park Ticket, and for charging privileges). Meals and snacks, which are part of this dining package, may be used in any order and in any amount throughout the package stay until the total inclusions have been depleted.
Full-Service Dining on the Disney Dining Plan includes most Table Service restaurants, dinner shows, and other special dining experiences. Table Service restaurant dining styles include buffet, family style, à-la-carte, and set plate.
Many Disney full-service restaurants are quite popular and book quickly. Advance dining reservations may be made by calling 407-WDW-DINE (407-939-3463). Guests with a confirmed advance dining reservation will be seated at the next available table that will accommodate their party size after the confirmation time.
- Disney Dining Plan must be booked prior to departure; it cannot be added once you are in the destination
- Gratuities are not included
- Guests ages 3-9 must order from the children’s menu where available
- The duration of the Disney Dining Plan must coincide with the number of nights of the room reservation
- Dining entitlements are nontransferable
- Everyone in the room must be booked on the same package and ticket options
- Dining entitlements expire at midnight on the day of check-out
- Theme Park tickets and options must be used within 14 days of first use
- Some activities and events are priced separately
- 1 Table Service meal may be exchanged for 1 Character Dining Experience. (All meals at Cinderella’s Royal Table, including Character Dining Experiences, will require 2 Table Service meals.)
- 2 Table Service meals may also be exchanged for either 1 Signature Dining Experience at a finer restaurant, Category 2 or Category 3 seating at 1 Disney Dinner Show (subject to availability), or private (in-room) dining
- Merchandise or photo imaging products that may be offered at Character Dining Experiences are not included, except at Cinderella’s Royal Table
IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW
This trip price is for 4 people 2 adults and 2 children 17 and under. Taxes not included in price prepare to add 5 percent to booking. Trip insurance extra. Pick your dates BUT Holiday travel will have higher rates this includes Easter, 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmasand Presidents Week. Space is not guaranteed until payment has been received and space availability for your departure date. Seller suggest to by trip insurance from our agency to protect your vacation.