Best Solo Resorts & Rooms?

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Best Solo Resorts & Rooms?

There may be as many ways to pick a Walt Disney World Resort as there are people traveling to Disney. When you're traveling solo, does it effect which resort you stay at? Do you feel that some resorts are better for solo & business traveler's than others?

I must admit that I really missed having a desk to work at while I was staying at Art of Animation last week. Yes, there was a small table but it left my work set up a little off (thank goodness I brought extra cords) and then I had no real place to eat or sit "stuff" that I had bought or needed out on a counter. For me as a business traveler it made things just a little more difficult (though not "bad").

I think that my favorite room set up for a business & solo travel is probable the DVC Studio. It has the perfect combination of bed & living/work space that makes my experience just a little easier than booking a standard hotel room does.

What factors into your decision when traveling to Disney Business or Solo?

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I think the Contemporary would be my choice for a solo trip. The room has a great layout and a nice size desk. Plus you can walk to the MK and hop the monorail for a quick ride over to EPCOT.

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I'm booked into the Wilderness Lodge Villas in June, and as usually I'll have to stay connected with from vacation. I was looking at pictures of the rooms, and there's no desk! Ugh, frustration. Looks like I'll need to make do with a table again which is ok, and not earth shattering, but not what I've had in any of the other villas that I've stayed in.

I'm feeling like I need to make a list of the Disney Hotels that have desks in them.

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Our room at the Yacht Club had a nice desk.

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Kris1971 wrote:
I think the Contemporary would be my choice for a solo trip. The room has a great layout and a nice size desk. Plus you can walk to the MK and hop the monorail for a quick ride over to EPCOT.

I agree with Contemporary! They a great desk setup with numerous outlets in the walls for all our electronic devices. I found it a great room for business purposes.