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This summer, I am taking my dance team to WDW for dance nationals (I think I am more excited then all of them) and we are staying at the swan. I have never stayed there, so I wanted to get anyones opinion about it. Thanks
I liked the Swan a lot, especially the Heavenly beds! It's in a great location if you want to visit Epcot or the studios. You can also walk around the lake and visit the Boardwalk and the Yacht and Beach Clubs. If you like iee cream, make sure to visit Beaches and Cream at the Y&B Clubs.
the hotel is steps from epcot, so that is a plus, and they are deluxe resorts, so they must act as deluxe resorts too. u get Xtra magic hours, so they should be happy, and they have great restaurants. if i were u though, i would have stayed at port orleans. they have a beautiful ambiance, great themes, beautiful rooms, is cheaper, and still has all the XMH of the other hotels ) have fun at WDW