At Walt Disney World, Anna and Elsa meet at Princess Fairytale Hall, inside the Fantasyland section of Magic Kingdom. Passionate princess fans were running and creating dangerous conditions in their efforts to score a front-of-the-line spot to meet Anna and Elsa, necessitating a complete shift in the way Magic Kingdom operations conduct the morning “rope-drop” at park opening. Now, the charging parents and strollers must walk behind a human chain of Cast Members and management all the way to the queue of Princess Fairytale Hall — the free-for-all is a thing of the past. Once the first guests reach the queue, the wait time quickly escalates to two hours or more, just a few minutes after the park opens. Avoid this with a FastPass+ for Anna and Elsa. By reserving a time to see the princesses well before your trip even begins, you’ll be able to meet them with just a 10 or 15 minute wait — and without the 4 AM wake-up call to camp out in front of the Magic Kingdom. Of course, even that FastPass+ can be hard to obtain. free Your best bet is to book your stay at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel more than 60 days in advance of your stay.
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That’s okay – you still have options. We used the DVC Rental Store to purchase Disney Vacation Club points from an owner, and booked a room at Disney’s Boardwalk Resort for almost half the price of a normal room! The staff at the DVC Rental Store was incredibly helpful – and though they are not Disney employees, they offered the same level of service I have come to expect from Disney, making the experience of working with them a true joy. Just note that because you’re staying in a time share property, staying in a Disney Vacation Club room does not include daily housekeeping service. But we thought the sacrifice was well worth the savings in the cost of the room — after all, we couldn’t afford to stay at the Boardwalk otherwise! You can also choose one of the less-expensive Disney resorts – some of the value resorts have room rates around $125 a night, depending on when you visit. No matter what your budget allows, staying at an on-property, Disney owned and operated resort is well worth the expense. In my opinion, it is the only way to go when visiting Walt Disney World. Off Property Wind Down Off Property Wind Down To extend the relaxation of our honeymoon, and save us a few dollars, we spent the last two nights of our honeymoon off property, at a less expensive hotel.
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