Set across the lake from Downtown Disney¨, which is easily accessible by foot, boat and bus, this Victorian-style Resort is similarly close to Lake Buena Vista Golf course and Typhoon Water Park. Even DisneyÕs Magic Kingdom¨ and Hollywood Studios¨ are less than 5 miles away.
The inspiration for this 65-acre 5-star resort comes all the way from 19th-Century New York with its spas and horse racing. Set amongst green rolling hills and lush vegetation, a Victorian vibe can be felt and noticed throughout the resort and its guestrooms.
Food & Drink
Food & Drink experiences at DisneyÕs Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa offer both quick and table service. At the Turf Club Bar and Grill you can get lunch or dinner in a club house atmosphere with a range of American choices. The views from here are stunning and make your meal even more enjoyable as you look out over the Lake Buena Vista Golf Course or Disney BoardwalkÕs lights at night. For quick service options itÕs over to the ArtistÕs Palette. In this artistÕs loft space complete with large canvases and exposed brick walls, you can get creative and order custom-made sandwiches and snacks, or pick up your own from their market. Other fast food options are available at the Turf Club Lounge.
YouÕre spoilt for choice of villas in the resortÕs 6 sections. Choose from The Springs, The Paddock, Congress Park, The Carousel, The Grandstand and the elevated, stand alone Treehouse villas.
Families with Kids
Kids can enjoy water time fun in the 4 pools including the High Rock Spring pool complete with slide and cascading water over rocks. ThereÕs also an interactive wading pool with a Donald Duck water feature for the really young. TheyÕll love the Win, Place and Show Arcade for some digital fun or the 2 playgrounds for more active play. Kids can get plenty of exercise and fresh air with bicycle rides, tennis, basketball and shuffleboard. At the Community Hall they can indulge in some ping-pong, foosball and board games to test their hand eye coordination skills.