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Jason Cochran

Question on DisneyWorld for a Family

by Jason Cochran »

The party is absolutely jammed. Many Disney fans think it's worth it, though, since there are a few extras that are not available during standard admission periods—a terrific Halloween-only parade and a special villains-themed fireworks show. I personally think both those shows are among the best at Disney World at any time of year and that this party is preferable to the Christmas party, which has lots much of its value over the years. There are also some (very busy) trick-or-treat stations around the park where cast members hand out candy. Lots of guests show up in costume, and not just the children. It would be hard to justify paying for two tickets in one day-- a daytime standard entry and the NSSHP party ticket-- but plenty of Disney fans do it. Just don't expect to ride everything you want to ride. 

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Disneylover

RE: Question on DisneyWorld for a Family

by Disneylover »

I know this is an old forum but the Polynesian is under renos. I would also suggest the Waldorf , Four Seasons, Ritz Carlton for luxury. Or the Family Suites at the all stars. You can also also get an all star vacation home.

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Jason Cochran

RE: Question on DisneyWorld for a Family

by Jason Cochran »

I was just at the Polynesian and the renovations are very well contained. Most of the rooms are open, and the it's still a quiet and lovely place to stay. You might not even know there are renovations going on. The other hotels mentioned by Disneylover are reviewed here on the Frommer's site and in the EasyGuide to Orlando.

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