How to spend a Romantic Valentines Day Getaway at Walt Disney World

Mickey Mouse prepares to surprise his favorite Valentine, Minnie Mouse, with a bouquet of flowers. Throughout Walt Disney World Resort, couples whoÕve been bitten by the love bug donÕt need a fairy godmother to find romance and storybook settings at one of the most romantic places on earth. (Disney)

If you have the opportunity to spend Valentine’s Day at Walt Disney World, then we have some ideas for how you can make it a Most Romantic Day at the Most Magical Place on Earth:

Why not take a ride together in a horse-drawn carriage? You can find these scenic rides available at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campgrounds as well as Disney’s Port Orleans Riverside Resort. Snuggle up together and enjoy the beauty around you on your tour.

If horse drawn carriages aren’t your thing, you can head to Disney Springs and take a ride in an amphicar instead, over by The Boathouse Restaurant, where you can head out on the water in a classic car that’s also a boat! You can even follow that up with cocktails and dinner right there at The Boathouse Restaurant.

You can enjoy a couples massage together at 3 Spa Locations on Disney Property:

  • Mandara- The Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel
  • Senses at The Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
  • Senses at Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa

Enjoy a romantic meal at one of Disney’s Fine Dining Restaurants. Some of our favorite Date Night choices include: Le Cellier, The Hollywood Brown Derby, Victoria & Albert’s, California Grill, and Monsieur Paul. The ambiance and food will certainly be perfect for a special night out for two. Even though many guests will still be dining in their park clothes, try bumping your attire up to business casual for a more elegant experience for your evening.

After dinner, grab a spot on the beach at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and watch the Magic Kingdom Wishes Fireworks. You may even get lucky enough to find an available hammock to snuggle up in together while you watch!

Perhaps you would be interested in walking the World Showcase together, sampling different wines from different countries, or hopping on the Monorail and making a stop at each Monorail Resort lounge for a cocktail. The lounges offer specialty cocktails that are unique to Disney resorts and restaurants (I know a banana martini sounds awful, but just trust me and try one), or you can order your own favorite drink from the available full bar. Some Resort lounges even offer small appetizers and desserts you can enjoy along with your drinks.

When you’re ready to call it a night, you can head back to your resort, and hop in the hot tub (if your resort has one, be sure to check ahead of time before planning on this treat), to soak away the cares from your day.

There are so many ways you can enjoy Walt Disney World when you’re on a romantic trip, where will you start?

If you would like to visit a Disney this Valentine’s Day, but are unsure of where to begin, contact me today to take advantage of my FREE vacation planning services! I specialize in Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Aulani resort in Hawaii, as well as Adventures by Disney. Email me today at slawless@mickeytravels.com for a free quote, or you can follow along on Facebook here.


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