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By CARLoS BRAGA

Hotels  for millionaires from Disney 

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Disney Galactic StarCruiser

Disney's latest hotel, the Star Wars hotel. This hotel is very reminiscent of the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge area in Hollywood Studios park.  In addition, guests will be able to interact with the characters and become participants in the stories and adventures that take place during their 48-hour stay at the hotel.  Right after check-in, you will embark on a sensational experience, as if you were really entering space – since from the hotel lobby, the environment is reminiscent of the entire Star Wars universe.

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Disney Grand Floridian

One of Disney's luxury hotels and undoubtedly the dream of most visitors. The hotel is amazing to see from the outside and inside. Overall strengths are excellent on-site dining (best at Walt Disney World), location near the Magic Kingdom on the monorail circuit and a generally pleasant atmosphere around the resort. It's Disney's most expensive resort, but for those who can afford it, they're sure to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

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Disney's Contemporary Resort

Contemporary approaches themes from a minimalist perspective, so it's a good option for those who want a break from the Disney park feel. Thanks to its A-frame design and the monorail running through it, it still has a distinct look. The monorail is another point in favor of this hotel as it offers convenient access to Magic Kingdom (which is also within walking distance) and Epcot. Excellent dining options are another plus, such as Chef Mickey's, as is the compact layout.

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Disney Polynesian Resort

Polynesian is well known to Disney fans, this resort celebrates the tiki culture, meaning it's more of a 1970s caricature than an authentic portrait. Strengths of Polynesian Resort it's beautiful gardens, great restaurants and location on the monorail, making it a short trip to the Magic Kingdom. Not to mention that it offers excellent places to watch its own Magic Kingdom Fireworks show. It is also within walking distance of the Entrance and Transportation Center.

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Disney's Riviera Resort

This resort is reminiscent of Walt Disney's voyages through the Mediterranean, especially along the coasts of Italy and France.  The place has a good restaurant, called Topolino, where Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Daisy appear for breakfast with clothes from artists, such as poets and architects.  Elegant for referring to the Disney universe, but without exaggeration, the place has two and three bedroom villas. It also has a Skyliner station!

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Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge

The strengths of Animal Kingdom Lodge are its comprehensive resort feel, with MANY great dining options, on-site animal entertainment to see and a collection of high quality art. Thematically and culturally authentic, Animal Kingdom Lodge is perfect for guests looking for a resort that alone offers something to do. Its biggest downside is its distance from virtually every other point of interest within Walt Disney World.

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Disney's Wilderness Lodge

Among all Disney hotels, this was the Lobby that impressed me the most!  Unlike other resorts in the Magic Kingdom area, it is not on the monorail circuit - it is connected to the park via boat service. Other highlights include its beautiful gardens, understated dining options, compact layout, location near the Magic Kingdom, large boat transportation, and lower prices than other Deluxes. If you like the rustic theme here, Wilderness Lodge is hard to beat.

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Disney's Boardwalk Inn

Disney describes the resort as capturing "the charm, whimsy, and elegance of 1940s Atlantic City." Disney's BoardWalk Inn is a very charming resort, with a “work” entertainment area on the Boardwalk, complete with restaurants, nightly entertainment and recreation. Perhaps most importantly, the Disney's BoardWalk Inn is situated just steps from the entrance to Epcot's International Gateway on Crescent Lake (adjacent to Disney Swan Resort and Disney's Yacht and Beach Club).

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Disney's yacht club

Located within walking distance of Epcot and Hollywood Studios, Disney's Yacht Club Resort is decorated with inspiration from New England yacht clubs. In fact, it belongs to Epcot hotels, so much so that the lake that enters the park also borders the hotel, meaning you can actually get to Epcot with a short walk. The intense green area of the surroundings complements the decoration of this luxury hotel. It practically has a twin, Disney's Beach Club Resort that resides right next to it.

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Is it worth staying at a Disney Millionaires Hotel?

By staying there, you receive benefits such as:    Complimentary transportation between resorts, parks and Disney Springs Disney Dining Plan (Disney Dining Plan) You can enter any park 30 minutes early (Substitute Extra Magic Hours) Resort Room Charge Privileges Resort Package Delivery 180 + 10 day meal reservations in advance

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