Inside Disney's Port Orleans Resort French Quarter | Great Escapes
Considering a Walt Disney World vacation? It's challenging to get a true sense of a hotel or resort by just a few online photos. To help you out, I visited Disney's Port Orleans Resort French Quarter and took some pictures so you can see what it looks like - both inside and out.
This resort is inspired by the historic French Quarter in New Orleans where every day is considered a celebration. You get that sense when greeted at the door by a cast member dressed for a Mardi Gras party.
The pool - the Doubloon Lagoon - has a fun slide and bar. It's decked out with alligators.
The Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory Food Court is decorated with authentic float pieces from Mardi Gras parades. Get your fix of beignets and Po' Boys at this casual dining spot. The Scat Cat's Club has jazz music in the evenings.
A little bit of history, the lobby is a replica of the U.S. Mint lobby.
Depending on the season, rooms at Walt Disney World. Rooms start at the Port Orleans French Quarter start around $154 a night. Rooms are newly refurbished and now offer queen sized beds (instead of double beds) as well as flat screens.