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Resort Amenities

A Hotel with Walt Disney World®

Surrounded by the peace of stunning woodlands, as well as the alluring style of sun-kissed Orlando, Florida, the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek has it all, from lazy rivers to convenient business amenities.

Parking Fees

  • Self-parking fee of $27 per day plus applicable tax
  • Valet Parking available daily at $34 plus applicable tax

Our resort services fee
of $35 per day includes:

  • In-room & public area premium high-speed wireless Internet
  • (2) bottles of water in-room per stay
  • Access to business center with computers & printer
  • Unlimited local and toll-free calls
  • Access to State-of-the-art Fitness Center
  • Shuttle Service to Disney Parks and Disney Springs
  • Unlimited access through PressReader app while you are connected to our WiFi for a contactless newspaper
  • 10% off on any retail or spa service at Blue Harmony Spa
  • Access to Club Wyndham Mini-Golf Course, shuffle board & grilling areas (Reservations may be required)
  • Pool concierge at hotel Oasis pool & hot tubs
  • Access to Club Wyndham pool & hot tubs

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Wyndham Grand Bonnet Creek at Walt Disney World Resort!

Are you looking for a full service resort close to Walt Disney World that gives you the luxuries of a Disney property but even more amenities and extra spending money for your vacation? We had a staycation at Wyndham Grand Bonnet Creek at Walt Disney World Resort this past weekend and it gave us all the magic we could possibly ask for!


Are you looking for a full service resort close to Walt Disney World that gives you the luxuries of a Disney property but even more amenities and extra spending money for your vacation? We had a staycation at Wyndham Grand Bonnet Creek at Walt Disney World Resort this past weekend and it gave us all the magic we could possibly ask for!

With five pools, water slides, lazy rivers, toddler water play areas, miniature golf, fitness rooms, crafts and activities, restaurants, bars, a spa, and more, the luxurious Wyndham Grand Bonnet Creek really has it all! Whether you’re looking for a one-stop vacation spot or a place to lay your head and relax between your park visits, this resort will absolutely leave you feeling like you’re getting all the bang for your buck.

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Top 8 family-friendly hotels in Lake Buena Vista, Florida

It’s no surprise that family-friendly hotels abound in the areas that surround the theme parks in Orlando, especially in the Lake Buena Vista area. Offering close proximity to the parks and ample amenities, these resorts bring families in from around the world to enjoy a few days of fun in the sun, along with roller coasters, beloved characters, and sugary sweet treats. When it’s time to pick a hotel for your next trip to Orlando, consider one of these family-friendly locations in nearby Lake Buena Vista.


Located in the heart of Walt Disney World, the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek is just a short drive to all of the Walt Disney World theme parks and Disney Springs, as well as Universal Orlando and SeaWorld. The family bunk bed rooms are ideal for families with smaller kids. They are furnished with one king or two queen beds and a set of bunk beds. Be sure to plan a day to explore the 62 acres of fun the resort has to offer, including five pools, a mini-golf course, two lazy rivers, and a spa for mom and dad.

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Top 10 Things for Adults to Do at the Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

Spring has arrived at Walt Disney World Resort and there are so many ways for adults to celebrate the season at the Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival. Check out the video below to preview our top 10 things for adults to do on their next visit to EPCOT.


1. Take a Photo at the Park Entrance

Upon arrival, Guests can snap snap a photo with friends in front of this year’s festival signage. They can choose from a variety of fun locations including this iconic spot by Spaceship Earth.

2. Wave Hello to Favorite Disney Characters

There are ample opportunities for Guests to wave hello to some of their favorite Disney characters at the festival.

3. Shop 'Til You Drop

Guests can create their own Disney-inspired outfit by shopping exclusive event merchandise collections celebrating the festival. They can find the perfect accessory or piece of apparel to complement their personal style at the shopping locations around EPCOT, including Mouse Gear and Port of Entry.

4. Taste New Menu Items from Outdoor Kitchens

Guests can brunch all day long at the newest Outdoor Kitchen at this year’s festival. From avocado toast to cinnamon roll bites, the EPCOT Sunshine Griddle offers classic brunch favorites with a twist.

5. Check Out Beloved Attractions

During the festival Guests should be sure to ride their favorite EPCOT attractions like Test Track presented by Chevrolet, Mission: SPACE and Soarin’ Around the World.

6. Stroll Through The Goodness Garden Butterfly House Presented by GoGo squeeZ

There is something magical about walking through a garden surrounded by butterflies. The Goodness Garden Butterfly House Presented by GoGo squeeZcan be found in Future World West and is full of colorful, nectar-producing flowers that attract multiple species of butterflies.

7. Sample All Things Pineapple at Pineapple Promenade

Nothing says warm weather quite like fresh tropical flavors. From Pineapple Dole Whip to Pineapple Beer Flights, Guests can discover the many ways to enjoy this refreshing fruit at Pineapple Promenade.

8. Strike a Pose in Front of “The Lion King” Topiary

A fan favorite from festivals past, “The Lion King” Topiary received a makeover for the 2021 Taste of EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival. By incorporating moss and palm fiber, Disney cast members gave the reimagined Lion King topiary an even more life-like appearance. Find them near Imagination pavilion to pose with Mufasa, Sarabi, Simba and Rafiki.

9. Visit World Showplace

Offering live music and delicious bites, World Showplace is a go-to destination during the festival! New this year is EPCOT Farmers Feast, which features local ingredients and a rotating seasonal menu that currently includes the pictured Hibiscus Lemonade Cocktail and Off the “Beet”en Path dessert.

10. Watch Live Performances

Performing for guests during the festival, the JAMMIN’ Gardeners are not your average gardeners! Their musical performances are worth watching and can be found in the Canada pavilion. And Guests shouldn’t miss the chance to watch local Orlando-based bands play live at the America Gardens Theatre on select days during the festival.

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Orlando: Reimagined by Well Traveled Child

Are you ready to finally take that trip you’ve been putting off because of the pandemic? Orlando is the perfect destination for those of you experiencing itchy feet, and is one of our favorite cities that we return to every year!


We stayed at the jaw dropping Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort, Bonnet Creek. Set on 62 acres of lush grounds, you will find five pools, a mini-golf course, two lazy rivers, and more! This resort is the definition of Grand – the staff is kind and helpful, the decor is beautiful with photo ops around every corner, the foliage made me feel like I was on a tropical island, I could go on and on!

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Disney Decks the Halls This Holiday Season

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and when it comes to spending Christmas at Walt Disney World®, it’s also the most magical! 


Come to the parks now through December 30 and the holiday spirit will be in full swing starting with the Epcot® International Festival of Holidays that began on November 27. There you can get a taste of delicious holiday dishes and customs from every corner of the world.

Over at the Magic Kingdom® Park, expect to be greeted by lots of tinsel and holly, as the whole place is decked out in spectacular Christmas attire. Head over to Main Street USA between rides for one of four holiday-themed parades that happen throughout the day. And while traditional meet-and-greets won’t be happening in 2020, expect to see all your favorite characters at all-new character experiences like the merry motorcades at Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and festive flotillas at Animal Kingdom®.

And of course, the jolly old man himself will be paying a visit to all four parks and Disney Springs®. Try to keep a lookout for Santa Claus or his stand-in, Santa Goofy, make pop-up appearances wherever you go (and make sure you’re on their nice list, too!).

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SeaWorld Gets a Little Spooky in September

Spooky-season is upon us. September is the start of all things fall-themed and fun. We love this season because it finally starts to feel like the beginning of the best time of year, aka the holiday season. We cannot get enough of the pumpkin spice lattes, festive decorations, and an overall cheery attitude that begins to develop all around town.


Another big reason to smile in September is that SeaWorld’s Halloween Spooktacular is about to begin! On September 19th, things will start to get a little uncanny at SeaWorld, as the staff and the animals are ready to bring you a little Halloween fun. If you are planning a family trip to SeaWorld during your stay, be sure to come dressed in your best costume with your kiddos, so that you will be able to participate in the trick-or-treating around the park and Halloween Dance Party that will take place each evening. You never know what kind of surprises you will find during this ghoulish celebration, there will be lots of tricks, but even more treats! Bring your candy bag and your walking shoes, it's time to start celebrating the best season of the year—Happy Halloween Spooktacular! To purchase tickets in advance or learn more information on this year’s event, which runs through November 1st, click here to visit SeaWorld’s official website.

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Get Your Grub On at the Oneness World Food and Music Festival

The world is a big place with a lot of delicious food just waiting to be discovered and eaten. Traveling around the world is a great way to experience many different local cuisines, but since that option can get a little bit expensive, why not try an internationally-themed food festival instead?


On April 25, the Central Florida Fairgrounds is being taken over by the Oneness Food and Music Festival and you and your appetite are invited. This music festival is dedicated to bringing together local culinary talent and presenting you with their take on dishes from around the world. It’s amazing just how much culinary diversity can be found in Orlando and this festival wants to showcase it all.

Besides the amazing food, the Oneness World Food and Music Festival will also feature numerous live performances across many genres of music. Dance along with live performers and even help yourself to some fine hand-made jewelry. Plan to spend a couple of hours and come hungry.


Flowers, Gardens, and More

When Spring rolls around, the flowers begin to bloom and a general sense of optimism fills the air. Spring may be a little less pronounced here in Florida, but that doesn’t mean it is any less important and magical. The perfect way to welcome spring is by paying a visit to the 2020 Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival.


This festival blends the Epcot® we all know and love with stunning visual masterpieces constructed from flowers and other plants. The whole family can marvel at giant topiary displays that bring to life everybody’s favorite characters. Pose for pictures or let them be the stars: it’s up to you.

Dozens of expertly crafted topiaries are fun to witness in person, but this festival is also a great learning experience. Explore Gardens of the World and see how different parts of this planet arrange their gardens. You’ll notice unique cultural tastes and also the similarities. Kids can learn how to create their own gardens and how to properly care for flowers.

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A Different Kind of Fun at Disney Springs®

It’s no secret that a theme park or two is the main event of your trip to Orlando, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of other fun around. Take some time out of your day or night to check out Disney Springs® and all of the shops, restaurants, and entertainment it has to offer.


Disney Springs® has some of the best shopping experiences on this side of Orlando. You will be able to find themed merchandise as well as boutique stores offering the finest and most luxurious brands around. Accompany your shopping with a quick bite to eat or sit down for a full dinner and wine pairing.

Make sure to save some room for entertainment. Disney Springs® has a full movie theater showing the latest blockbusters and even runs more magical shows like Cirque du Soleil's® Drawn to Life show. However you choose to spend your time at Disney Springs®, it will become a treasured memory.

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Party With the Whole Gang at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party

With the holiday season in full swing, you naturally want to bring the whole family to a Christmas wonderland. If you thought this kind of place would be hard to find in Central Florida, think again. Magic Kingdom® is hosting its annual Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party on 13 select (separately ticketed) days in December—and you’re invited!


This event introduces so many new events and decorations to Magic Kingdom®, that the hardest part of your trip will be deciding where to begin. If you find yourself by the Castle at 6:15 pm, you and your family can marvel as it is transformed into an ice palace featuring a two-hour Frozen-themed live show. Speaking of new live shows, there will definitely not be a shortage as you make your way around the park. Mickey’s Most Merriest Celebration is one of the merriest shows around, and your family will get to meet all of your favorite classic characters.

Of course, the start of the show is the twice-a-night Mickey’s Once Upon A Christmastime Parade that will take over the streets and create a lively, unforgettable experience. No celebration would be complete without a 10 pm grand fireworks show above the lighted castle. With so much to see and do, add an extra trip to Magic Kingdom® on your holiday roster!

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Festival of Trees

Everybody loves decorations around the holidays. You may be a wiz at setting up lights around the house and ornaments on the tree, but everyone can use some pointers from the professionals. This year, the Orlando Museum of Art will be transformed into a decoration lover's biggest dream with The Festival of Trees.


The Festival of Trees has been enchanting Orlando for over 30 years. Each year, this festival overhauls the museum into a showcase of sparkling trees and other holiday-themed decorations. See for yourself the captivating designs that have stunned hundreds of thousands of visitors throughout the years.

The festival will last for 10 days, from November 15 to November 24, so you have plenty of opportunities to see it for yourself. Every day will also be filled with unique special events for the whole family, so plan to stay a while! You’ll also be happy to know that all funds raised during this 10-day festival will go towards the continued supporting of Life Long Learning at the museum.

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A New Way to Trick-or-Treat

In a big city like Orlando, there’s plenty of family-friendly Halloween fun to go around. However, with so many options, picking the best way to spend Halloween night can seem daunting. We know your kids want the largest candy bars and best treats around, but we also know you may not want to want to wander around random neighborhoods in the hopes of finding a magic street. Luckily, there’s no need to. The Florida Mall will be hosting its annual Mall-O-Ween and you’re invited.


On October 31 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, The Florida Mall wants your family to join hundreds of others for a giant trick-or-treat Halloween party. Local retailers will be handing out all sorts of treats, so dress the kids up in their favorite costumes and let them roam around a safe, air-conditioned, trick-or-treat paradise. There will be plenty of face painting, live appearances, and performances so make sure to get there early and have a blast.

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Epcot International Food and Wine Festival

Where else in the world, besides Epcot, can you pair authentic Japanese sake with fresh Mexican enchiladas and a French pastry for dessert? While such delicious combinations are available all year, from now until November 23, Epcot is kicking it into high-gear with its annual International Food and Wine Festival.


First, this festival features new food and drink pairings that are not normally available. Epcot seeks to take your culinary experience to another world. Sign up online for a cooking demonstration from world-renowned chefs and learn how to prepare your own international delights. Cheese lovers will have the option to sample new batches that are rarely available outside of the festival. Wine lovers can taste the finest selections and learn how to properly pair them with food. This festival encourages guests of all ages to come along and experience the tastes of the world. Kids can even sign up for candy sushi classes! With discounted ticket bundles and Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek’s always love prices, this festival is one you won't want to miss.

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It’s Time to Venture to a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Between the annual sequels, origin stories, and stand-alone movies, Star Wars fans have been very spoiled lately. Don’t worry though, we’re nowhere near the peak of this rollercoaster ride. August 29 will mark the grand opening of Disney’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge right here in our backyard at Disney's Hollywood Studios®.


This massive expansion to Hollywood Studios will usher in a new age of theme park design. You’ll have to do a couple of double-takes to make sure those animatronics are not real people and be ready, they’re absolutely everywhere! The word "interactive" will take on a whole new meaning as you will swear you’ve been transported to another planet in another time.

Along with the grand opening will be the release of the Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run ride. This fast-paced rocketship ride will take you through space aboard the one and only Millennium Falcon. Zoom through hyperspeed as you evade the law and experience for yourself what it’s like to be a space smuggler. The second major attraction will be released later in 2019 and is sure to be just as much of a crowd-pleaser.

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Meet Some Florida Legends at Gatorland

No summer in Florida is complete without paying homage to the monsters that are ubiquitous as orange juice and sunshine. Take a close peak in almost any Florida lake and you have a decent chance of spotting a gator, but if you want to do a lot more than “see” and want to really get up close and personal, then there’s really only one place to go: Gatorland.


When you visit Gatorland, you open up a door of opportunity. You have the opportunity to see a gator, touch a gator, watch a trainer touch a gator, and maybe even meet a gator. See exactly what 2,000 pounds per square inch of force looks like and get ready to meet more gators than you ever thought existed.

Make a day out of Gatorland and enjoy tons of other attractions like the zip line and the Gator Gauntlet. Book an off-road adventure or even become a trainer for a day. Start your adventure today!

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Have Fun With the Darker Side of Disney World

This summer, Magic Kingdom is here to bring your favorite heroes to life while you enjoy all of your favorite attractions. However, the question is, why should they get all of the fun? When the sun goes down and the knights in shining armor go to sleep, it will be time for the night crew to come out and play. Disney Villains After Hours will be open on select nights this summer and is sure to make bad feel fun.


You will have the opportunity to meet your favorite characters and hop around over 20 attractions - all of this with very little wait. A brand-new villain stage show will be unveiled as well as villain inspired food, drinks, and activities. Space Mountain and Pirates of the Caribbean will even be redesigned to feature new darker elements during the event. This is definitely not an experience you will want to miss!

For the month of June, event dates will be the 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th with additional time slots in July and August. Admission to the park begins as early as 7:00 pm, but the real party is from 10:00 pm to 1:00 am. Grab your tickets early and join the excitement!

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Celebrate Summer with Disney H2O Glow Nights

It’s no doubt that Typhoon Lagoon is the most fun way to beat the summer heat, but did you know that the party doesn’t stop just because the sun goes down? From May 30 - August 24 (minus June 20), Typhoon Lagoon invites you to spend your Thursday/Saturday nights at an exclusive after-dark party that’s sure to be a ton of fun for the whole family.


The party officially lasts from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm but guests who have already purchased their event tickets are welcome in as early as 6:00 pm. As the sun sets, the electric celebration begins with a DJ-hosted dance party and glowing decoration galore. You will be thrilled to see the shortest lines of the season for all of your favorite rides and slides and you don’t have to be shy about soaring down Crush ‘N’ Gusher 2, 3, or maybe 7 times. The kids can enjoy meeting their favorite Toy Story characters as we celebrate the summer release of Toy Story 4 and parents can enjoy the adult-only party area and bar, The Wharf. Whatever your reason for celebrating, be sure to check out Disney H2O Glow Nights this summer and see your local favorite in a new, glowing, light.

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Marvel at Madame Tussauds Wax Sculptures

The various Madame Tussauds museums have attracted the awe of fascinated guests for almost 200 years. Specifically, these museums are home to hundreds of absurdly life-like wax sculptures of celebrities and other famous people or characters. There is something strangely alluring about gazing at these fake-yet-real people. Those wanting this experience first-hand won’t have to look any further as Orlando is the proud home of one of these museums.


Madame Tussauds is sure to be a great time for anyone in the whole family. Superhero fans can spend some time with Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Superman at the Justice League: A Call For Heroes exhibit. See your favorite crime-fighting legends up close and personal and maybe you can manage to get an autograph (but don’t count on it). Party it up on a replica of Pitbull’s Miami Yacht or say hey to Brazilian soccer superstar, Neymar.

Come be a groupie and take hundreds of realistic photos with your favorite famous people. Combo tickets are also available for those who want to also visit either Sea Life Orlando Aquarium or Legoland Florida and don’t forget to take home your own pair of wax hands as a souvenir.

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Harvest New Memories at the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival

Spring is finally here and the flowers are in full bloom. Whether you want to see unique floral displays, marvel at world-class topiaries, or learn gardening tips from top experts, the 2019 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival will be where you want to be. Swing on over to see, hear and smell the wonders of spring as live bands and world-class chefs decorate your garden viewing experience.


With so much to do and see, you’ll be glad to know that Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek has complimentary resort shuttles to Epcot so you can stress less and smile more. The topiaries will leave you and your family breathless as you experience classic Disney characters in a new light. From March 6 through June 3, the only way to get the full experience is to come on down and feel the spring magic for yourself!

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Thornton Park

In the late 1900s, James Thornton began developing Orlando and the surrounding area began to grow. Thornton was thought to have lived on James Street, which was named for him in 1913. Soon after, other streets in the neighborhood would bear his surname with the advent of both Thornton Avenue and Thornton Lane. It was not until 1915 that the area became known to all as Thornton Park.


Located at the core of downtown Orlando is the best example of old and new—a blend of historic homes and a hip-lifestyle. It is a great walking neighborhood from beautiful Lake Eola to the boutiques and restaurants of Washington Street. Stroll along brick-paved streets amongst the bungalows and towering Live Oaks. These bungalows are well known for their verandas and gardens—Orlando’s first ‘Garden’ district. The homes were mainly constructed between 1880 and 1930, and throughout the years many have been restored under the shade offered by the stately oaks that line the streets – some standing close to 175 feet tall!

Tucked in amongst boutiques, bars and the many fine eateries—the center of all the action on Washington Street is the Baroque-style stone and tile fountain. Visitors and residents alike enjoy a stroll down the avenue accented with this European flair! Next time you are in Orlando, explore Thornton Park.

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Disney Springs

So you know where we are, but what is there to do? The answer: SO MUCH! But let’s just start with Disney Springs. Disney Springs was formerly known as Downtown Disney. Other than a few venues, everything has changed. And for the better. You still have your favorites—Cirque du Soleil, House of Blues and Rainforest Café—but now there are so many great additions. We are getting ahead of ourselves, so let’s start from the beginning.


Getting there: We have several great options at Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek. You can hop on the shuttle (price included in your resort fee) or you can drive there. Parking is free! If you do drive yourself, we recommend parking on the second level – there’s direct access to Disney Springs from the second level. The parking garages are very tech savvy which makes parking on a busy day a breeze.

Shopping: Disney Springs is certainly a shopaholic’s dream. They have just about every store that you would see in a regular high-end mall. But you can always shop in those stores. Here are a few of our favorite one-of-a-kind stores:

If you’re looking for that perfect Minnie mouse t-shirt, the BB-8 backpack, or practically anything Disney related you could ever want—World of Disney is the perfect spot. They also serve TONS of candy. Who doesn’t like candy?

Disney's Days of Christmas is open year-round and is the perfect location for that gift to bring back to friends who wish they were in your shoes. It smells of Christmas—cinnamon and happiness.

The Art of Disney is a very interesting place to walk through. The different types of Disney themed art are quite entertaining. They even have Caricaturists waiting to draw you and your family!

Did we mention the candy? There are a lot of those stores.

Dining: There are countless options for dining—even if you don’t count the candy stores! There is quick service, full service, and snacks. Here are some of our favorites:

Raglan Road: This is an Irish pub that does not disappoint. They have traditional entertainment each night and the entertainers are authentic! But it’s not just them - the owners, the chef, and even the actual building came from Ireland. Not to mention their food is fantastic.

Earl of Sandwich: If you’re looking for a quick but delicious meal, look no further. Earl of Sandwich serves great sandwiches without blowing the budgets. And they’re unique! For example, feast on the Holiday Turkey made with turkey, cornbread stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce and mayonnaise. Most of their sandwiches are $6.99.

Entertainment: Looking for a special night event? Enjoy one of a kind entertainment less than 3 miles away from Wyndham Grand Orlando!

House of Blues regularly plays fun, smaller-sized concerts that are sure to please. They also have happy hour!

Cirque du Soleil is always a crowd pleaser. If you have never seen it—now is your chance. And you won’t be disappointed. The acrobatics, choreography, and music will dazzle you and your family. Keep an eye on their website, they like to offer discounts!

Now, let’s say you want to see all of Disney Springs at one moment. Look no further than the world’s largest tethered helium balloon. Yes, that’s a real thing. You can ride for 8-10 minutes and catch every view of the area from 400 feet. Not into heights? There’s also a bowling alley and movie theater. Everyone likes bowling. And movies.

So now that you have a small taste of what Disney Springs has to offer—GO! You won’t regret it.

P.S. Did we mention the candy? There’s also a cupcake ATM. Because cupcakes.

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A One-of-a-Kind Celebration of Food, Art, & Fun

As a Disney Gateway Hotel, Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek makes it so easy to experience the magic of Walt Disney World! And at the beginning of this new year, there’s a little extra magic to look forward to—the Epcot International Festival of the Arts.


Beginning January 18 and running through February 25, 2019, this 39-day festival is a celebration of all things artistic, from visual arts to culinary arts to performing arts. Get creative with a guided painting class, find inspiration in some world-class cuisine, or learn from the pros in an interactive workshop. There are a variety of artful activities for the whole family!

New to the festival this year, Broadway comes to Walt Disney World with an extra special concert series, featuring seven days a week of Disney Broadway tunes and singalongs. Kick off the new year right and purchase your ticket today!