It’s time to brighten up your Walt Disney World vacation! planDisney has published another issue of the “pocket guides” series on Disney Parks Blog, familiarizing customers with Disney’s Port Orleans Resort: French Quarter.
Escape to New Orleans’ historic French Quarter as you stroll the cobblestone streets listening to the energy of good old New Orleans jazz. Or, take a quiet moment to get some fresh air on the wrought iron balcony.
Stroll along the Sassagoula River on the fitness trail connecting the French Quarter to its sister resort – Port Orleans Resort: Riverside.
Hunger? The French Quarter offers three excellent dining options, including the Sassagoula Floatworks and Food Factory, Scat Cat Club Lounge and Café (home of their famous Mickey Mouse donuts) and Mardi Grogs. Plus, you can just head over to Port Orleans: Riverside for even more options.
Even if you don’t plan on staying in Port Orleans: French Quarter, the resort is still worth a visit to check it out (and maybe put it on the list for your next Disney trip).
These pocket guides are especially useful for guests who are considering staying at a resort they have never experienced before.
Other pocket guides published by planDisney to date:
Pocket guides come in the form of 5-6 page PDF slides, which are easily printable and save on smart devices. They provide effective snapshots of station basics, including:
- Transport options
- Piece sizes
- Dining options and places
- Swimming pools and leisure activities
- PlanDisney Panel Tips
In addition to the Disney Parks Blog, planDisney also publishes the Pocket Guides via Instagram. Following their IG feed can be the best way to stay up to date on the latest releases. We’ll continue to update this list of pocket guides as planDisney releases them.
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