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Walt Disney Resorts Decorations - Part 2

This is a continuation of the Walt Disney Resorts Decorations blog. In case you missed it, in the first blog I had pictures of the decorations at the Animal Kingdom Lodge, Contemporary, Grand Floridian and Polynesian hotels. In this blog you'll get to see how the BoardWalk, Beach Club, Yacht Club and Wilderness Lodge are decorated for the holidays.

I guess my second favorite decorated hotel is the Wilderness Lodge. Immediately as you walk into the lobby you get the feeling that you want to spend some time there. You get that feeling that you're home for the holidays.

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

Wilderness Lodge decorations

The BoardWalk Inn and Villas, with it's turn of the century theming, is the perfect place for Disney to put up a holiday gingerbread display featuring Stitch and Donald Duck; or at least a little bit of Donald. :-)

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

BoardWalk decorations

Hopefully you've had a chance to see the chocolate merry-go-round at the Beach Club in person. It's just beautiful! Also, it's hard to be a chocolate lover around that display; makes your mouth water.


Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

Beach Club decorations

The train and village display at the Yacht Club is really something to see. The Disney ImaginEars must have had a lot of fun putting that together. You really have to take your time in order to see all the fun details of the display.

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Yacht Club decorations

Well, I hope you enjoyed the photos! Let me know if you have and comments about anything in the blog. I'd love to hear from you!

This concludes my Christmas blogs. I hope I was able get pictures and videos of your favorite Walt Disney World holiday decorations.

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The previous post in this blog was Walt Disney Resorts Decorations - Part 1.

The next post in this blog is Happy Trails.

Comments (8)

Jimmy M:

Mike, another fantastic series of blogs. I appreciate the effort that was put into them for everyone to enjoy. Thanks.

Shirley Garcowski:

Thanks a ton, Mike, for including Wilderness Lodge--my favorite Disney resort any time of year. We've been lucky to stay twice for Christmas and it is just gorgeous. Decor really lends itself to that Christmas feeling.

Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

barb:

I like the Snow White's Castle in the Merry-Go-Round...sort of an homage to the original DisneyLand, maybe? Also Chip-n-Dale building on the log next to it just makes my day they're sooo cute!! Your photos keep me sane in times when I cannot be in my happiest place on earth: WDW. Thank you for the great Christmas gift!!

Connie:

I am inquiring about Disney Village pieces. I want to start a Disney-theme village under my tree; the Dept. 56 type, but does not have to be Dept. 56. Do you know where I can find Disney parks inspired Village pieces?

DizneyMike replies: Connie, here's a couple of resources for you to check out in your search for those pieces. Try the WDW Mail Order page on AllEars first. If they can't help then you should send WDW Guest Communications and email.

http://allears.net/tp/mailorder.htm

wdw.guest.communications@disneyworld.com

Good luck...Mike

Bonnie Lorenzetti:

Mike,
Just wanted to let everyone know that if you go to the Beach Club to see the Merry Go Round- there are 11 Hidden Mickeys in some area of the carousel. It is alot of fun to try to find them- usually everyone gets about 9 or 10 but that last 1 0r 2 can be tough.
Bonnie

Hi Mike!
My family and I spent a lot of time walking around the Wilderness Lodge when we visited WDW Nov 28 - Dec 3. I think the giant, Christmas tree in the lobby is worth seeing. We got some GREAT photopass pictures in front of it.

Susan:

Mike, thank you for all the lovely photos of the decorations, and for all your posts throughout the year! I appreciate all your hard work! Happy New Year!

Casey:

My family and I were at DW from 12/1- to 12/26 and we stayed at the Wilderness Lodge. It is absolutely beautiful. You are right it does make you feel like you are home for the holidays. This was our second time being at DW and staying at the WL for Christmas.
I have not had the opportunity to see the other resorts, except the Poly and Contemporary, but hope too soon.

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