Family of 3 - myself, husband and our son...who will be 21 EEK! Last year - September 2015 - we planned a WDW in just about 7 weeks. Not something I would recommend, however it all worked out and we going back again next year. We are able to use the military salute offer, and I initially booked the Contemporary. Then I started looking into it - we were booked into the garden wing with 1 king and 1 daybed. The bed situation bothered me from go. But I was thinking it was in the A frame building and we'd deal. But it turns out it is in the Garden Wing. And, well, if I stay at the Contemporary, I want to be in the tower.
I called back and the poor reservation agent...she dissevers a medal. We looked at almost everything and in my price range it came down to the following:
Contemporary - Garden Wing - 1 king 1 daybed
Wilderness Lodge Club Level 2 Queens
Boardwalk water view (probably 2 queens)
Beach Club 2 queens pool view
Yacht Club Garden/Woods view 2 queens
I was very nearly tempted by the Wilderness Lodge - it is where we stayed last year and we LOVED it. But I REALLY want to experience something different. We didn't spend much time in the hotel last visit - but this visit we will be there 10 days. We will probably do 6 or 7 days in the parks. And our visit ~might~ coincide with Food & Wine at Epcot. Dates haven't been set for it, but following the pattern, we could be there for the start of that.
I'm just...I don't know...commitmentphobic. I did like YC - I shied away from from BC because I work at a hotel on the beach. I know it's different...but it was still a little too close to home.
And if we do keep YC, the garden/woods view, I saw a room that had like a view of fireworks 2123 and I've selected 3097 thinking I might catch some fireworks from there. Any thoughts?