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Advice on Disneyworld Honeymoon Packages?

Lindsaylee, on November 17, 2021 at 1:50 PM Posted in Honeymoon 0 5
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I think we decided to have our honeymoon at Disney world in Florida! Does anyone have any advise on hoe to book a honeymoon package? Where to go to book or even see what packages are available?

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Latest activity by Becky, on November 19, 2021 at 4:26 PM
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    Super July 2017
    Becky ·
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    We Disneymooned! It was *amazing*! (We both huge Disneyphiles, so we've been back twice since lol)

    Disney doesn't do "Honeymoon packages" per se. You book your trip as you would normally, then you call and add your celebration to your reservations/tickets and call again to add to dining reservations (made 60 days ahead on the mydisneyexperience app or website).

    I suggest staying in a moderate or deluxe resort - there's nothing wrong with value resorts (and they will save you some money, but they aren't as nice, and they're a lot further out, which means transportation times are longer) - though there are more kids/groups that stay at them, so they aren't quiet.

    Get celebration buttons and wedding ears - they're fun and cast members will congratulate you - and sometimes you'll get extra magic - though don't expect it. (I'll detail what we got later)

    We stayed at Port Orleans French Quarter for our Honeymoon - very romantic, and it fit our relationship. However, we really loved both Old Key West and Caribbean Beach, which were our most recent stays.

    The skyliner is amazing - it gets you where you need to go SO quickly.

    The meal plan isn't back yet - but you'll be there for Food and Wine (assuming your date is correct and you leave soon after the wedding) - so definitely plan time in EPCOT to partake in that - and really look at if you'd want to sign up for the dining plan, if and when it does come back.

    Our magic included: a free stuffed pretzel, a free churro, free champagne and dessert at Le Cellier, a table at Be Our Guest (we didn't have reservations, they told several people to come back at 3 for the next reservations, and told us to go right ahead), participation at the Monster's Inc. Laugh Floor, free champagne at Hollywood Brown Derby, free champagne and an extra half-size of their specialty dessert at Flying Fish. Plus, we went to 50s Prime Time Cafe for lunch one day and our "cousin" (the waiter) was all "why weren't we invited to the wedding" - "did my mom know" - that kind of thing - he had a kid at another table convinced they should have been invited lol. I know there were other things - but it's been a while lol. Don't act like you're owed anything though - a couple came into Flying Fish while we were there, acting like they were owed something for being on their honeymoon and they got nothing.

    If you have any questions, let me know - I'm always happy to answer Smiley smile

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    Super July 2017
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    As a side note - to make your plans online you'll go to: https://disneyworld.disney.go.com/ or you can call 407-939-5277

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    Master January 2019
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    We did our mini moon at Disney! We stayed at the boardwalk and didn’t do any parks, we did go to universal for a few hours. I agree with PP the deluxe is the way to go. It’s much more expensive, but you’re on your honeymoon you deserve a splurge.
    Be sure to spend time just enjoying each other. We watched movies in bed in the room, hung out in the hot tub (January wedding), had a fancy dinner, ordered take out delivered to the room.
    We contemplated getting a couples massage, but decided against it due to time. It was reasonably priced. We also looked into spending time at Jelly Rolls, the dueling piano bar but they were super crowded. You can do tours. We did Keys to The Kingdom on our engagement trip. It was fun and Informative. They also do dessert parties at Magic Kingdom where you eat desserts and watch the fireworks. I’ve heard good things about those. Be sure to put it on your reservation, get your free buttons, wear your bride ears or get matching just married shirts. Do expect much as they don’t have to gift you anything. We got pixi dusted twice on our honeymoon and maybe half of the time on my birthday trip.
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    Dedicated May 2023
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    Deluxe resorts do NOT have to be out of your price range. You can rent points to stay at a Disney Vacation Club resort - I do this every time we go. Not only are the rooms bigger, you have a small refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave and toaster (plus all the necessary utensils). Go to https://dvcrequest.com/ to get more information. Again, they are a legit business. You can message me if you have any questions. Another option is to let a professional travel agent that specializes in Disney vacations help you. They do not charge you, their fees come from the resorts they book. I recommend https://www.onceuponatimevacations.com/?fbclid=IwAR2kAPRS4i59VDbIxO0TFhlebmLSLtGfhjULJ5C9NoHay0XGB2ASDIE2sf0

    We are headed to Disney for our 2023 Honeymoon. Of course, we're going this January, too LOLOL (we have an Annual Pass because we go so often)

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    Super July 2017
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    No one said a Deluxe resort was out of her price range . . .?

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