The Grand Floridian takes you back to those huge resorts our grandparents or great grandparents enjoyed. Not only the size but the level of luxury make it a great stay. $$$$. The location on the Lagoon directly next to the Magic Kingdom is perfect as well.
Restaurants near Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa for Green Travelers
- 10.14 mi0.14 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
If you want fancy-schmancy at Disney World, Victoria & Albert's is your place. It's almost too fancy for me, though. Don't get me wrong - I love gourmet cuisine and the pomp & circumstance that surrounds it. However, having to worry about a strict dress code while on vacation is not my cup of tea.
- 20.15 mi0.15 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa2 reviews
Dine here everytime we are at WDW. Very romantic and quite. Service is excellent you are never rushed through dinner plan on a minimum of 2 hours for dinner. It is a price fixed menu however, the restaurant will accommodate dietary needs. No children under 12 are allowed as this is a total gourmet adult dining experience. It is nice ...
- 30.14 mi0.14 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa1 review
This is one of the stops on our Monorail Resorts Lounge Tour. You can’t beat the beauty of the Grand Floridian. If the lobby orchestra is playing, you can hear it from Mizner’s. Even if you’re not staying in a room at the Grand Floridian, Mizner’s is worth a stop.
- 40.77 mi0.77 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa15 reviews
How can you not love the castle? And as long as a show is not going on or about to start, you can walk through the main hallway. You can also reserve a table for breakfast with the characters and princesses, but it'll cost a pretty pennyPopular withFamiliesLGBTDesign
- 50.8 mi0.8 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa9 reviews
Food was excellent. Princesses were really in character. Great view of fantasyland from the window.Popular withFamiliesFoodiesVegetarian
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- 70.71 mi0.71 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa10 reviews
Dinner reservations at Liberty Tree Tavern are now a MUST for every future trip to WDW! This was our first time dining here, and we absolutely loved everything about it. The atmosphere and theme are near colonial perfection, and there's such a great patriotic feeling in this restaurant. We arrived early for our ADR and had just a five minute ...Popular withFamiliesLuxury
- 80.65 mi0.65 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa7 reviews
If I want a burger and am in Frontierland, this is where I'll go. If I want a burger and I'm in Tomorrowland, I'll go to Cosmic Ray's. Both have great "fixins" bars to doll up your burger. They do also offer a veggie burger and a Caesar Salad.Popular withFamilies
- 90.77 mi0.77 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa6 reviews
Fish lovers unite at this Colonial-themed counter-service restaurant in Liberty Square. The fried-fish basket, the New England clam chowder, and the lobster roll, served with house-made chips and broccoli, are fan favorites. Lighter options including grilled salmon with couscous and steamed broccoli will make you smile.Popular withVegetarianFamilies
- 100.28 mi0.28 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa5 reviews
One of the nicer, more upscale restaurants at Disney. Located at the Grand Floridian resort, it is not in the main hotel building but further down by the water. Here, you have a really nice view of The Contemporary Hotel, Space Mountain and the Magic Kingdom. If you time it right, you even get a view of the fireworks show ...Popular withLuxury
- 110.66 mi0.66 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa4 reviews
No trip to Magic Kingdom is complete without a Dole Whip! It's soft serve pineapple ice cream. The only thing that can make it better is to have a Dole Whip Float! Mmmmmm!!
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- 130.99 mi0.99 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa
Part of the allure of a character meal at Chef Mickey's is getting there. The Contemporary Resort is on the monorail. As a child I thought the monorail was the coolest thing ever. I still do. So, I make the monorail ride as exciting for my kids as dining at Chef Mickey's. There's nothing wrong with an extra side of ...Popular withFamilies
- 140.98 mi0.98 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa4 reviews
There is nothing more fun that starting your Magic Kingdom day than with breakfast at Chef Mickey's! Located in the Contemporary Resort just next to MK, it's a perfect opportunity to be close to the park and get there in time for rope drop if you're up for an early reservation. I think this was our son's favourite experience. He ...Popular withFamilies
- 150.71 mi0.71 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa7 reviews
We had heard a lot of great things about Casey's so definitely had to try it out. The menu is limited, but that's okay...makes decision-making a lot faster! We had a plain hot dog, the Chicago dog, and the chili cheese dog, with french fries and Cracker Jack for dessert! It wasn't clear that the meals were available on the ...Popular withFamilies
- 160.84 mi0.84 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa6 reviews
It seems completely chaotic and a bit messy but the food offerings are decent and there is something here for everyone to choose. There is Rotisserie Chicken, Angus Burgers, Pulled Pork and salads. They have an excellent "fixin's" bar to add toppings to your burger or chicken sandwich. Seating is not always easy to find. This is a very busy ...Popular withFamilies
- 170.84 mi0.84 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa5 reviews
If you're looking for something a little different from the typical burgers and chicken nuggest you find a many of the WDW quick-service restaurants, this is a great choice. (And so is the Columbia Harbour House.) Pasta and salads are the highlight of the menu. I had the chicken caesar salad, and DH had the chicken penne pasta. Our son ...Popular withFamilies
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- 190.63 mi0.63 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa3 reviews
Pecos Bill Tall Tale Inn & Cafe is probably the best value for money in the Magic Kingdom Park. The Wild West theme means tacos and burritos, but doesn't exclude burgers and fries, two items you will likely find at every Disney food post. The best part of this cafe is the salad bar, that includes fried onions, grated cheese, ...Popular withFamilies
- 200.59 mi0.59 mi from Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa2 reviews
Though some may scoff at its authenticity, there’s something very special about the Aloha Dinner Show. Short of taking my kids to Hawaii, this is a great way for them to experience aloha traditions. Plus, the food is fabulous. Disney is amazing!Popular withFamilies