Guests may consider a multitude of reasons to stay at a particular resort. Some want to an affordable resort with the best rates, while other guests may want to stay as close as possible to their favorite theme park, while others may consider resorts with the best theme or maybe even a pool. However, when choosing a resort guests should consider the amenities offered, specifically the restaurants and other dining options available to guests. The following is the list of the resorts with the most dining options!
Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
Guests have a wide array of choices at the Grand Floridian when it comes to dining. Guests looking for a fancy meal are invited to dine at Victoria and Alberts, Citricos, and Narcoossee’s. These restaurants are a great choice if you are celebrating a special occasion such as a birthday or an anniversary. If you are looking for a more casual experience, guests should check out the menus at the Grand Floridian Café or the Gasparilla Island Grill. Guests can even find an immersive character buffet at the Grand Floridian if they choose to dine at 1900 Park Fare. In addition the these options, guests can also find small snacks and bar bites at the various bars and lounges across the resort.
Polynesian Village Resort
Another deluxe resort on the shores of the Seven Seas Lagoon, the Polynesian Village offers a wide array of choices when it comes to food. Guests needing something quick should grab food from Captain Cook’s or a refreshing snack from the Pineapple Lanai. Guests needing to rest and relax and enjoy a meal are encouraged to make a dining reservation at Ohana or Kona Café. Breakfast at Ohana features characters (Lilo, Stitch, Mickey, and Pluto), while dinner is an all-you-care-to-enjoy Polynesian feast — make sure you bring your appetite! After your meal, consider grabbing a nightcap at Trader Sam’s or the Tambu Lounge. Guests looking for a unique experience should consider attending the Spirit of Aloha dinner — all-you-can-eat AND a dinner show on the beach!
Yacht and Beach Club
Even though they are separate resorts, their proximity to one another makes it easy to take advantage of the restaurants at the other. Guests at Beach Club can choose from a breakfast or dinner seafood buffet at Cape May Café. Guests choosing breakfast will be able to meet and greet some of their favorite characters. Guests wanting something quick as they take a break from the parks are encouraged to head to Beaches and Cream for a delicious burger and savory milkshake! Over at Yacht Club, guests have some fantastic options. At Yachtsman Steakhouse, guests can dine on hearty cuts of steak and hearty sides. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served at the Ale and Compass Restaurant offering traditional New England selections in a relaxed atmosphere. The Crew’s Cup Lounge offers an intimate setting to enjoy a refreshing drink, as well as a small menu with great selections!