Orlando's Downtown Disney West Side, the largest of the three Downtown Disney areas, treats guests to a range of entertainment, restaurants and shops. With 344,000 square feet of building space and a 9,500 square-foot area for events and entertainment, this is an all-in-one entertainment hot spot.
AMC at Downtown Disney — Photo courtesy of Walt DIsney World
Here are just a few things to do: you can run amuck at DisneyQuest (a video gaming haven), enjoy an artistic performance at Cirque du Soleil (a circus-like show filled with action and humor) or chow down at Wolfgang Puck Cafe (the menu includes wood-fired pizzas and an array of Puck's entree classics). But wait, there’s more!
Cirque du Soleil — Photo courtesy of Walt Disney World
Downtown Disney West Side is ramping up for a new nightlife experience to hit the scene in 2012. Say 'hello' to Splitsville, a 50,000 square-foot mix of luxury bowling lanes and lounge. This contemporary entertainment experience is a bit different than the bowling alley of yesteryear.
Splitsville is focused on fun. Bowling, billiards, dining, music and a full bar have been combined to make for an expanded experience. You can have an incredible night without ever having to pick up a bowling ball. Construction began in Fall 2011.
DisneyQuest — Photo courtesy of Walt Disney World