Walt Disney World has some really luxurious options for guests that have the budget to accommodate any price tag. Even if the chances of your family ever heading to the happiest place on earth with an unlimited budget is pure fantasy, it’s fun to think about which splurges would top your list if money was no limit.
Stay: Deluxe Resort
For guests looking for luxury, there is no better place to stay than on the resort property at a Deluxe Resort. Our top pick would involve splitting a week between Grand Floridan Resort and Spa and Polynesian Village Resort. Sure, these are neighboring resorts but the theming and high points of each resort make them unique and magical beyond belief.
With room prices generally ranging between three and six hundred dollars a night depending on the time of year you visit, a stay at these Deluxe Resorts are a one-night dream splurge for my family. Visiting for a week to enjoy the monorail access, resort shops and restaurants, pools and beauty of Bay Lake would be unforgettable.
Dine: Table Service Meals Each Day
Foodie families are all about checking eateries off the Disney dining bucket list, trying new cuisines and just generally enjoying great meals on vacation. Still, it’s no secret that Disney dining costs add up quick! The freedom to book dining reservations without abandon would be a fun part of a Disney vacation with no budget.
Character meals and buffets are some of the most fun dining experiences, but also among the most expensive. Holy grail dining experience: If money were no object, I would head straight for the Japanese pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase for the nine course Kaiseki dining experience at Takumi-Tei. Starting at one hundred eighty dollars per person pretax, this dining experience is truly once in a lifetime.
Play: Personalized Experiences
Any Disney Fanatic wants to learn more about the parks. Walt Disney World has neat experiences for guests splurging on tours. Depending on the time you want to commit, your interests and your price point you can enjoy exclusive park tours that give you the details on everything from the Magic Kingdom Railroad and the greenhouses in Epcot’s Living with the Land to early morning savanna tours at Animal Kingdom and behind the scenes tours in the Magic Kingdom.
A splurge worthy extra would be a VIP Tour with a cast member. With a hefty cost of four hundred twenty five to seven hundred fifty dollars per hour, this experience is the cream of the Disney crop with a personalized itinerary, line skipping service and a personal tour guide providing information and history about Walt Disney World.
Splurge on Extras: Spa Visit
Vacations are all about recharging and there is no better place to do that than a Disney Spa. With spas across Deluxe Resorts across the property, there are great options from Animal Kingdom Lodge to Grand Floridian Resort or the Swan and Dolphin Resort. An unlimited vacation budget would mean treating myself to at least a few spa treatments during my vacation, maybe even an in-room massage at my resort!