The Holy Grail of Disney-goers has always been this, the "Official Hotel of the Magic Kingdom." A monorail connection via Downtown Disney means you'll be able to return to your room anytime, whether to take a much-needed nap or to change your soaked shorts after riding Splash Mountain. The theme hotel is an attraction unto itself and is the best choice for families with small children. The rooms in the midst of a full-scale "reimagination," which will be completed in early 2012; each of the three towers will reflect a distinct "land" within the park (Adventureland, Fantasyland, and Frontierland). The look will be stylish, but still family-friendly -- down to headboards featuring Sleeping Beauty's Castle with illuminated fireworks. In-room amenities include movie channels (with free Disney Channel, naturally) and even Disneyland-themed toiletries and accessories such as Sneezy on the tissue box. The resort has several restaurants (see below for a review of Goofy's Kitchen), snack bars, and cocktail lounges; every kind of service desk imaginable; a video-game center; and the Never Land Pool Complex with a white-sand beach and separate adult pool nearby.