Considering an adults only trip to Disney World? Fabulous! There is truly something there for everyone. Consider these 10 tips for an adults only trip when planning.
1. Go Off Season
Since school schedules are not an issue, plan on traveling for your adults only trip to Disney World during an off season. Consider, the best times to visit Disney World. This includes January, September and the first half of December for the generally least busiest times of year.
2. Moderate Resort
For an adult only trip, consider staying at a Moderate Resort such as Port Orleans Riverside or French Quarter. Here, guests can enjoy boat rides to Disney Springs. Moderate resorts have more luxurious theming, with less in your face Disney theme. Another difference, Moderate resorts have sit-down restaurants on property. Other amenities include: Quiet pools, bigger beds & resort rooms (compared to Value).
Check out the nightlife at Disney World with these top 3 Bars at Disney. Such as, Raglan Road where guests can enjoy an Irish Pub & Restaurant with nightly entertainment, including Irish dancing and live Irish music. Try a specialty drink such as a Baileys Shake or Iced Irish.
4. Drink Around The World
If the bar scene isn’t your thing, however still want to enjoy a drink there are many other places. Many guests enjoy trying different drinks from “around the world”, referring to the World Showcase at Epcot. Get drink suggestions by reading: Tastiest drinks around the World Showcase at Epcot.
5. Take A Tour
Disney offers many behind the scenes tours, perfect for any Disney enthusiast and even easier without restless children. Consider, Best Tours under $100 at Disney. Such as Behind the Seeds tour at Living with the Land in Epcot, guests get behind the scenes look at the greenhouses and fish farm. Or, at Animal Kingdom at Kilimanjaro Safaris take the Caring for Giants tour and get closer than ever before to the African Elephants that call Animal Kingdom home.
6. Roller Coasters
Disney World has many family friendly attractions, and many thrill rides. If you are with a brave group of adults, try to ride all the Roller Coasters offered at Disney World!
7. Late Dining
Since you do not have to follow children’s schedules for an adult only trip, late dining is an option. When the parks close, head to Disney Springs and consider the list of eatery’s below open late.
Late night restaurants (Disney Springs):
- The Edison (Dinner until 11pm)
- Raglan Road (Dinner until 11pm, open until 1am)
- Enzo’s Hideaway (Dinner until 10pm)
- The Boathouse (Dinner until 11pm)
- STK Orlando (Dinner until 11pm)
- Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar (open until midnight)
- Vivoli il Gelato (open until midnight)
8. Go early or stay late
One of the best things a group can do at the parks is make rope-drop. Many attractions can be accomplished in those precious early morning hours. However, since early bedtime will not be an issue (well, maybe) the same can be accomplished in the later evening hours.
9. Disney’s Boardwalk
Disney’s Boardwalk is a hidden gem not many guests even realize is there. Here, guests can enjoy Surrey Bike Rentals, dining, shopping and entertainment. Also, the Atlantic Dance Hall is found on Disney’s Boardwalk, a place for those 21+ to have fun and dance.
Finally, if nothing else – Relax. Go at your own pace. Plan a day to lounge by the pool or consider a Spa day. Did you know there are 9 Spas on Disney World property? Read the list here.