Disney isn’t just a destination to suggest to those families with little ones on your roster. It’s a place for fun for all ages, especially those young at heart. For those travelers on your client roster, here are five experiences they won’t want to miss. These booking opportunities are perfect for those traveling sans little ones—think an adults-only weekend escape filled with unique Disney indulgences complete with foodie fun, pampering spas, and late night parties.
5. Private Cabanas
Have your clients take a break from the heat and theme parks in a private cabana at Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon. Here, they’ll enjoy splashing rides, plenty of food and drink options, and take on the longest right at a Disney waterpark—Miss Adventure Falls. There’s also a high-octane water coaster, Crush ‘n’ Gusher, and a relaxing lazy river in Castaway Creek.
For more information, visit disneyworld.disney.go.com/destinations/typhoon-lagoon.
4. After Hours Fun
Sign your clients up for a Disney After Hours admission, a separately priced ticket from the daytime park admission. This gives them access to three hours of fun at the Magic Kingdom Park, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, or Disney’s Hollywood Studios after regular park hours. This will ensure a shorter wait time for popular rides, less families with young kids to navigate around, plus complimentary ice cream, popcorn, and selected beverages are included with the admission ticket. Plus, additional food offerings will be available at each park for late-night snackers.
To purchase tickets, and for a full list of attractions and experiences, go to Disneyworld.com/DisneyAfterHours. Disney After Hours event tickets cost $125 for advance purchase and $129 for day-of purchases. Disney Vacation Club members and Annual Passholdres get a discounted price of $95.
3. Foodie Fun
Send your foodie fanatic clients on a culinary tour of the parks where they can indulge in the Mac n’ Cheese at Eight Spoon Cafe at Disney’s Animal Kingdom while adding toppings from pulled port to shrimp with chili sauce. Then at the Magic Kingdom Park, they can opt for Brats and Tots at the Friar’s Nook, plus loaded buffalo chicken tots, hot dogs, and fried Twinkies. In Epcot, Norwegian specialties at Kingly Bakeri Og Kafe paired with Viking coffee are the perfect way to end the day.
There’s also plenty to eat and drink at Disney’s Springs featuring 20 dining locations throughout the shopping and entertainment district. An afternoon discovering all the delicious eats here will have your clients satisfied and armed with plenty of social media-worthy photos. Running through Sept. 2 is the Flavors of Florida event features a selection of perfectly paired Floridian-inspired plates, cocktails, and brews. Guides are available at the Disney Springs Welcome Center to help visitors discover all the Florida finds, as well as a full list of all the menu items and restaurants.
For a culinary trip around the world, don’t miss booking your clients during Epcot’s Food & Wine Festival, which takes place Aug. 29-Nov. 23, 2019. Here guests can also take part in Culinary Demonstrations and Beverage Seminars
2. Bachelorette Parties
Booking your clients on a bachelorette getaway, suggest a trip to the theme park where they can enjoy a day of activities donning matching Minnie Mouse ear headbands and a celebratory button.
What’s a girls’ trip without a little pampering? Throw in a little time to relax a Walt Disney World Spas and Salons for an Instagrammable Disney-themed mani and pedi. There are options inspired by over 100 character designs, plus 132 color options. In addition, sign the girls up for a little extra pampering with a customizable mani-pedi experience with signature aroma blends made specifically for Walt Disney World Spas and Salons and named after iconic Disney songs. These spa services are available at A Disney Spa at both Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort, as well as Salon by the Springs at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, La Vida Health Club at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort and Ship Shape Salon Massage and Fitness at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort.
After a day of enjoying the rides and pampering, suggest a celebratory dinner at Narcoosee’s at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, where if you book a late evening dinner reservation, guests will also enjoy the Happily Ever After fireworks show from the docks. Plus, they can always add a little adult fun with a cocktail toast under the fireworks for the group.
For more information, visit disneyworld.disney.go.com/spas/grand-floridian-resort-and-spa/senses-spa. And, don’t forget the booking opportunities for a Disney Fairy Tale Wedding.
1. Late Night Party
For those who want to keep the party going after a day at the parks, suggest Disney Springs. Starting after 10 p.m. venues such as the Forbidden Lounge at Morimoto Asia and Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant come alive with entertainment and dancing. For Gatsby-era inspired performances every night, send them to The Edison, or to The House of Blues for a live concert and Southern dishes.
For more information, visit disneysprings.com.