One of the toughest decisions you'll have to make at Walt Disney World isn’t which attraction to ride first: it’s deciding where to bed down after the park closes. Kid-friendly, movie-themed suites at the Art of Animation Resort are sure to keep little ones entertained, while couples will prefer strolling through the Port Orleans Riverside's manicured lawns. And the timeless elegance of the Grand Floridian is ideal for multi-generational families with both children as well as grandparents in attendance. We've deciphered the details—monorails zipping through the lobby, adults-only Tiki bars, properties with exceptional proximity to Epcot or a Beach Club with a staggering 14 pools—to determine which resort is right for your Disney World vacation. For family reunions or romantic getaways (yes, it's possible), school vacations with toddlers or a first-time holiday with the in-laws, these are the best possible hotels for your next Disney escape.  -Carlye Wisel

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