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Disney's Contemporary Resort

Disney's Contemporary Resort
The distinctive A-frame building was one of the first properties when Disney World opened in 1971, fitting Walt Disney’s vision for a modern and futuristic hotel, complete with a monorail running through it. The location is convenient enough to delight a Disney superfan—a short walk or ride to the Magic Kingdom gate—with an aesthetic minimalist and un-Mickey enough to please even the most sophisticated visitor. Room decor is graphic black and white with bold
primary color accents, with marble bathrooms and balconies overlooking the property or park. Garden wing rooms are further from restaurants but slightly cheaper and quieter than main building rooms. For dining, the character-centric Chef Mickey’s serves a buffet under the monorail and a giant mural by Disney Legend Mary Blair, who also designed the “It’s a Small World” ride, and the Wave...of American Flavors continues the contemporary theme with local and seasonal cuisine. Each night, the Magic Kingdom fireworks can be enjoyed from the fourth floor observation deck, but the California Grill on top of the resort is the place to be for dining with a view of Cinderella’s Castle. Multiple pools, a 17-foot waterslide, a water playground, and spas are part ot the recreation at the Contemporary, plus a Pixar Play Zone for kids, running trails and sports for adults.