The review I’ve been dreading the most. Why? Because I’m just now starting it the day before I plan to publish. Normally, I start posts while at the place and then just finish them up later. But, for some reason or another that just didn’t happen at the French Quarter.
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The French Quarter is one of my favorite Disney hotels, but probably the least kid friendly of the ones I’m review this week. The architecture is so true to actually visiting New Orleans. The whole property is beautiful.
We stayed right before Christmas last year and everything was decorated accordingly. Giant trees, lights, garland and more decorated the common areas. Christmas is my favorite time to visit Disney.
I’m giving the French Quarter an 8 out of 10. While it only has a couple signs of a Luxury Hotel to me it’s the perfect Disney Resort to relax and spend your time out of the park. Let’s face it, most of my self-described Luxury Hotel Rules just really wouldn’t allow you to enjoy your time with Mickey and Minnie. I also would like to be clear that I do not give resorts/hotels more than an 8 on my scale unless they meet most of the Luxury Hotel Rules.