Did You Know These Tips About Bay Lake Tower At Disney’s Contemporary Resort Part 2
Pirates & Pageants & Fireworks, Oh My!
For an unforgettable evening of fireworks and fun, you’ll want to bring your whole family on the Pirates & Pals Fireworks Voyage. You’ll be treated to snacks and beverages before setting sail. During your cruise of the Seven Seas Lagoon, your captain will test your Disney knowledge, regale you with pirate tales, and will have you singing sea chanteys in no time. There’s no closer view of the Electrical Water Pageant, but even that is nothing compared to seeing the sky explode in fireworks over Cinderella Castle! There’s even a surprise visitor waiting for you once you arrive back at the resort. We can’t think of a more entertaining way to experience the magic of Disney at night!
Exclusive Viewing Areas
For even more exclusive fireworks viewing, try the Top of the World Lounge at Bay Lake Tower. It’s an excellent place for after-dinner snacks and drinks, not to mention the stunning, panoramic, roof-top view of the resort and Magic Kingdom, ideal for firework viewing. However, access to the Top of the World Lounge is restricted to Disney Vacation Club Members staying at any resort on property. If you’re not a DVC member, and you’re not able to wrangle an invite from someone who is, don’t despair! You’ll also get excellent views of Bay Lake and Magic Kingdom from the Sky Bridge, on the 5th floor of Bay Lake Tower. You’ll be able to view and photograph fireworks without braving the crowds in the park, and no DVC membership is needed. If you are staying at Bay Lake Tower and are lucky enough to have a room facing the Magic Kingdom, your balcony is the greatest area to view the Fireworks Show!
Frozen Fun on Floor Four
If you’re lucky enough to stay at Bay Lake Tower during the holiday season, you’re in for a real treat. Head to the fourth floor of the Contemporary Resort to enjoy the massive, Frozen-themed gingerbread display right across from the Fantasia store. This one is all about the treats. Of course, Anna, Elsa and all their friends are here on display (including a special side display of Olaf in his summer fun sandcastle) but the specially-made Frozen-themed desserts are absolutely to die for. My personal favorite? The blue raspberry cake gelato. It might be one of the best desserts on property, and this is from someone who has tried almost all of them! The s’mores cup is also very tasty, and if you are in a cookie mood, the chocolate peppermint cookie was also delightful. It’s a great way to indulge in the magic of the season just steps away from your room.
If you ever want to chat about Disney, come over to Goldwiser in Old Town Spring. We are open from 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Saturday and located at 1122 Spring Cypress Rd., Spring, TX 77373. Let’s talk some Disney World! While you’re at it, bring your old gold, silver and platinum jewelry and old coins. Maybe you can get some extra cash for a Disney trip!
(Partially taken from DisDining.com)