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Opinión escrita el 7 de Novembre de 2018
Este lugar es precioso, las habitaciones son comodisimas y si tu plan es solo visitar los parque de Disney no necesitas rentar carro ya que los buses de Dindey son contantes para ir a los parque y devolverse.
Si tu plan icluye shopping y visitar Univerlas Studios es recomendable pensar en rentar tu propio medio de transporte ya que no hay nada cerca (supermercados, farmacias, malls). Si miras con atencion en le bosque podras ver venados. Las villas estan eqipadas al 100%.
Will never return
Opinión escrita el 10 de Julio de 2021
Lovely resort setting with great restaurants. We were in a one bedroom villa. Now the bad parts. The pull out couch was extremely uncomfortable and made it difficult for sleeping. Also our air conditioner never worked properly our room was always humid and hot which made for a miserable sleeping experience. The worst part of the trip were two extremely rude lifeguards. They were so rude that they made my son cry on his birthday which ruined his afternoon. We spoke to someone at the front desk who said they would speak to the lifeguard staff. We unfortunately will never return to this resort which is sad because we had very high hopes for it. We would have been better off spending our money someone else.
4th of July get away
Opinión escrita el 6 de Julio de 2021
We had a lovely Fourth of July Stay at the Copper Creek portion of the Wilderness Lodge. The staff was polite, check in using the Disney app was seem less and we were provided a larger room than what we had booked with a lovely pool side view. Staying in Copper Creek is very convenient with small children because of the microwave and refrigerator. We spent a great day at the pool and the kids loved the splash area. The food at Geyser point was also great. We are planning on returning in January .
Cute and calm, but underwhelming
Opinión escrita el 31 de Mayo de 2021
Growing up, Wilderness Lodge was a resort I constantly heard talk about. While I always loved the Monorail resorts we made home during my trips as a kid, I often wondered what people loved so much about Wilderness. I recently spent a few nights at CCV, as the first half of a split stay with BoardWalk. After my two nights at CCV, I was honestly relieved I wasn’t spending the whole week (and truthfully, my biggest regret this trip was not spending the whole week at BWV).
To start with some of the positives: the room design was cute and felt well-themed for the surrounding environment. I especially loved the details of the headboard and dresser. The design of the bathroom sink area was really nice as well (and the granite was gorgeous). I loved the size and relative privacy of the balcony, as these were two things that were unfortunately lacking later in the week at BWV. Though it’s only a partition on the balconies, there’s enough privacy from your neighbors that you feel fine being out there at the same time and having your own space. My room, a very calming scene, overlooked Boulder Ridge and parts of its respective pool. I really appreciated the Boulder Ridge pool area, as it was a great alternative to the more chaotic main pool (where a family was literally throwing a teenage girl’s birthday party with all of her friends, complete with balloons and food–a pretty tacky sight for a deluxe resort).
To move on to the negatives: even though the room was very cute, it didn’t feel the best constructed. To start, the rooms were LOUD- like really, really, really loud (think Pop Century loud). My studio was situated between a one bedroom and a two bedroom villa. At first I thought the families surrounding me were just loud, but when I was able to hear Family Feud through the walls clear as day, I realized this was a major fault in the room design. In the shower there was a giant square cut out of the ceiling that looked like it was just pushed back in, and if I raised my arm in the shower it jiggled as if it were going to fall out. The wifi was also very spotty and the front desk’s solution was to send a maintenance tech out (but not convey that info to me ahead of time). I came back from the pool one day to someone yelling “Hello” from the other side of the room, mask half-down. I’m not a huge fan of people coming in/out of my room any time, but especially during COVID times.
Years back I had contemplated buying Copper Creek points when they went on sale and after this trip, I breathed a sigh of relief that I didn’t. Overall, this resort just felt underwhelming. It wasn’t terrible, but it did feel very overhyped from all of the love it gets from loyalists. If it was one of the better points options available at booking I wouldn’t hesitate to try it again (and I’ll be curious to see the finished product of the upcoming Boulder Ridge renovation), but I wouldn’t go out of my way to buy an add-on or plan future trips here.
Opinión escrita el 15 de Mayo de 2021
We booked a studio for a brief resort-only stay prior to a week at Ormond Beach. I didn’t enter a room request because we had read that studios are generally on the first floor without spectacular views, and we were simply happy to be staying here, wherever they placed us. Imagine our surprise when I checked the app for our room number and saw a code that appeared to be a two bedroom “accessible” unit. We held our breath opening the door, afraid to believe we’d gotten the upgrade. But it was true! There was no downside to the accessible unit, and we even had a lovely courtyard view! We’ll be talking about this for years, so a big thank you to whoever gave us this delightful unit. As it was a resort only stay, we enjoyed sitting out on our balcony, enjoying the view and the sound of the waterfall, walking the grounds, and seeing the water pageant in the evening. We ate at Geyser Point and Roaring Fork, lounged at the Boulder Ridge Pool, and made the gift shop rounds at the Lodge, Polynesian, and Grand Floridian one day after lunch at Kona Cafe. I highly recommend a resort only stay now and then to simply enjoy resort amenities. Wilderness Lodge has so much to offer.