There have been many posts about Disney honeymoons, you can search for them using the search option. That being said, there is a lot to do at Disney World. If you have never been, I suggest calling or logging onto the Disney site and request a vacation planning DVD, that will give you a place to start. You can feel free to email me if there is specific information you are looking for but without additional information, I can't give you a lot of help.
Book out of season. Disney resort rooms only get more expensive during the summer months and the holidays, not to mention the crowds. Book through AAA if you can, or if you have a Florida resident in the family have them get the resident rate. Beside the parks, there are other Disney activities including two water parks, Disney Quest, Downtown Disney, monorail joyriding, etc... Do something special for your honeymoon that you might not otherwise do such as The Land walking tour in Epcot, or make reservations for one of the fancy park restaurants. If you're staying a few days, get the week-long ride photo pass (about $45) and get snapshots of you both on all the rides over and over again!
Have you thought about Disney Cruises? A friend of mine just got back from her Disneymoon, and she is raving about it. She went on the cruise for 4 nights and got to go to Disney for two days. Visited Atlantis as well. Just a thought!
If you are going right after your wedding, you should be able to get a deal. FH and I have gone the past two years in September, and got a free dining plan both times because of the time of year.
I highly recommend the Yacht Club for adult couples in Disney. The Disney theme is understated, the pool is the best on Disney property, and you really couldn't ask for a better location. Walking distance to all the dining and bars on Disney's Boardwalk and to the World Showcase (and all the dining and drinks that go along with it).
I recommend at least staying at a Disney resort... It's the best option for not worrying about anything. Free transportation, great amenities. We are staying at Coronado Springs - it's not quite as expensive as the Yacht Club but it's still more "adulty" than, say, Art of Animation resort. Haha... If I had the money I'd want to stay at Animal Kingdom Lodge, though. Since you're going in August (or even if you're waiting until September) I'd keep your eyes open on the discount sites for free meal plans or discounted stays. We got 30% off of our stay, but we're staying pretty close to peak season so no meal plan discounts.
We honeymoon at Disney at Sunday and I'm ridiculously excited. Good luck planning!!
Www.disboards.com is awesome for info. I agree with staying onsite. And the Disney Cruise is the best vacation I've ever had. It was so wonderful I can't even describe it. And yes I am a DisneyNut. I've been 37 times.
Wow, that is awesomeeeeeee! thank you for all the great ideas!
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