Check out our resort selections for 2014! Disney's Port Orleans Riverside

Join us and enjoy the relaxed “down home” feel of Port Orleans Riverside. Meander through the “Old South” and enjoy rooms in either Magnolia Bend or Alligator Bayou. Rooms located in Magnolia Bend are reminiscent of plantation-style mansion rooms; while the Alligator Bayou rooms resemble rustic lodges. A murphy bed with a beautiful illustration of Louie from Princess and the Frog is featured in the Alligator Bayou rooms. Cool off in the large themed pool area, Ol’Man Island, or relax at several of the quiet pools throughout the Resort. All rooms include free internet access and a small refrigerator. A boat launch transports you to Port Orleans French Quarter and Downtown Disney. This opens up so many more dining options! Of course, there are several options onsite for meals and beverages. You can enjoy a table service meal at Boatwright’s or a quick service meal at Riverside Mill Food Court. River Roost Lounge, sure to be a hit for WDW Friendship Days, features a full bar and appetizers as well as live entertainment.

Disney's Pop Century Resort

Reminisce over past decades at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Each decade is represented by oversized icons-some Disney related.

The 50s area features a bowling pin pool and a towering jukebox. 50s music permeates the area, so feel free to join the sock-hop! Lady and the Tramp smile at each other from across the courtyard.

The 1960s are, of course, hippy to the hilt. Flower power and psychedelic colors pepper the area. Huge containers of play-doh make for a great photo-op. The hippy dippy flower shaped pool is a wonderful place to cool off after a long day at the theme parks. Baloo and Mowgli from the Jungle Book disneyfy the 1960s!

Travel to the time of bellbottom jeans and big wheels in the 1970s rooms at The Pop Century Resort. The 70s also feature an oversized retro Mickey rotary phone.

Oh My Gawd! The 1980s are back! In the 80s section you’ll find rubix cubes, Sony walkmans and a computer shaped pool.

Lastly, the 1990s are decorated with cell phones and laptops-technology overload!

Everything Pop, the Food Court, has five stations: Bakery & Cafe, Market, Grill, East meets West, and Pizza and Pasta plus a self-serve quick food area.

All rooms feature 2 double beds, small refrigerators and free high speed wireless internet.

Disney's Port Orleans French Quarter
(limited availability)

Celebrate Mardi Gras every day at Disney’s Port Orleans French Quarter Resort. Twist and turn down the paths of New Orleans and enjoy spacious guest rooms with 2 queen beds, including luxurious bedding. The featured themed pool sports a sea serpent water slide. Wonderful for little or big kids! The Sassagoula River runs through the back of the resort, so jump aboard the boat and head to Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort or Downtown Disney. So convenient for some night time fun! Enjoy a quick service meal at Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory. Don’t forget to pick up a delicious freshly made beignet, a New Orleans specialty. A small refrigerator is included in every room as well as free wireless internet service.

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