Disney fans around the world are quick to tell Orlando visitors that staying on site is essential for “the Disney experience.” It’s a tough point to argue. Your vacation bottom line notwithstanding, Disney does offer a range of price points for its visitors, allowing for uber-deluxe accommodations and budget friendlier digs that have just as much color, whimsy and of course: that famous Disney service. What’s more, guests of one resort are welcome to explore the others – taking in meals, shows and sometimes a colorful combination of both. At Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, where gorgeous new upgrades abound, the Spirit of Aloha show whisks visitors off to the South Pacific. At the famed Animal Kingdom Lodge, an entire savannah of African animals await – along with some of the best dining Disney’s resorts have to offer. Spectacular theming is in store at nearly every property. Guests will find some of the best at Disney’s Yacht Club, which brings to life the New England seaside while wowing water-play aficionados with one of the most spectacular pool complexes in town. And at the Boardwalk Inn, Disney creates its own “empire” of turn-of-the-century Atlantic City, with a decidedly more family-friendly spin. The Art of Animation Resort immerses its visitors into the cartoon worlds of Disney, Pixar and the like. From the grounds to the pool – and even the guest rooms and suites – families will delight in all those small touches that distinguish a Disney property from any other brand in the world.