Something about who is in your travel group. But that could have multiple parts: who do you usually go with, and who is your favorite way to travel to WDW.
With spouse/significant other
With one other bestie for WDW not the spouse/SO
With just your immediate family (such as parents with kids)
With part of your immediate family, such as mom with girls, or parent with one child
With kids, parents, and grandparents of one family unit
With a multi-household, multigenerational group
I’ll be the first vote for transportation- with so many new changes and factors recently (demise of DME, Covid, resort parking fees (ok not so new), rope-drop procedures changing every so many months, Genie+) how are people now getting to their resort and to the parks? Are more staying off site? Are people more or less likely to rope drop with Genie+?
I think this is an excellent poll.
Picked dining. But runner up would be accommodations.
Specifically about dining:
Would like to see polls for (separately) best QS, TS, Snack by location but broken into a) overall best, b) best value (not price), c) best quality d) best atmosphere e) best seating
This would be difficult to put into one pole but I would love to get liners opinion as I’m sure I’m missing out on a lot!
As far as accommodations, similar theory (separately) for best Value, Mod, Deluxe broken into a) overall best, b) best room size/ layout c) best dining variety, d) best transportation to and from parks e) best value (not price) f) best pools
Edit: Boring right, lol!
I’m with you about the double beds, but I think they’re really just 2 inches narrower than a queen mattress, based on posts I’ve seen where people measured them, and posts where Dolphin told them those dimensions. Too bad Dolphin had to make such a confusing situation by not using regular queen sizes.
Dolphin has King rooms with sleepers. I thought they only had dbls before I stayed there. (I truly have no idea how marketing ppl get paid for examples like this, but everything I saw said lead me to think they only had doubles.)
Swan has had queens since 2016 at least.
The beds are definitely “heavenly” as advertised, though. They might ruin you for other beds on property.
Come to the daaaaaark side.
They are not everyone’s cup of tea, I get it. For our fam tho, a fantastic choice with fantastic amenities, location, and the foooooooood.
We did a King at Swan last year. The sofa sleeper could potentially be used for 1 teen or 2 littles, not 2 teens IMO. DH agreed that that was the most comfortable bed he has slept in at Disney so far (he’s particular though).