A Closer Look at Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Ultra-modern and vintage aren’t often used to describe the same thing. But there is no better way to describe Disney’s Contemporary Resort.

The iconic A-frame Tower Building is recognized by pretty much anyone who has visited Walt Disney World. The image of the Monorail running through the building is timeless. Inside the large lobby is a 90-foot tall mural by Disney legend Mary Blair, known for designing the “it’s a small world” attraction. You’ll also find Chef Mickey’s, one of the most popular restaurants at Walt Disney World. And don’t forget that Disney’s Contemporary Resort is currently the only Disney resort hotel that offers a walking path to Magic Kingdom.

The guest rooms of the resort are where you’ll see the ultra-modern touches. Rooms are huge and have been renovated in a sleek, modern style. Pictures speak louder than words; check it out!



California Grill of the most popular Signature restaurants at Walt Disney World and sits on the top floor of Disney’s Contemporary Resort, with a stunning view of Magic Kingdom, the Seven Seas Lagoon, and Bay Lake. This upscale modern restaurant is only available via a private VIP elevator, and reservations are tough to get. The food is to die for, the wine list extensive and impressive, and the atmosphere lively. It’s a perfect date spot, or bring a group of friends and have one of the most memorable meals of your life.



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