Jump into the fun and charm of NoLa’s French Quarter in a family friendly atmosphere! As the coziest moderate resort, you’re never more than a couple minutes’ walk from all the amenities Port Orleans French Quarter has to offer.
Disney’s Port Orleans Resort French Quarter
2201 Orleans Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Rates: $162/night + (see Disney’s rooms and rates page for exact pricing)
Room Occupancy: 4 in a standard room, 5 in a standard room with pull-down bed (see Disney’s rooms and rates page for exact occupancy)
Transportation: Bus (to all theme parks, water parks), boat to Downtown Disney
In the lobby, you’ll find check-in, the concierge desk and Jackson Square gift shop. You can also access Sassagoula Floatworks food court, and you’ll find South Quarter Games arcade, as well.
Alligator Bayou and Magnolia Bend are home to standard guest rooms that sleep four or five (with a pull down bed) and an infant under three. However, unlike most other resorts, the room interiors are themed to their sections. Royal Guest Rooms fit for a princess and her royal family are also ready for booking!
Rooms include two queen beds (some king beds are available), flat screen TV, dresser, a table with two chairs, small luggage rack, mini fridge, iron/board, small safe and free Wi-Fi. Standard, garden, pool and river view rooms are available.
Yummy beignets and food court dining options are available at French Quarter in addition to two lounges and pizza delivery from 4:00 P.M. to 12:00 A.M. Although there are not table service options at French Quarter, Port Orleans Riverside and Downtown Disney are a boat ride away.
GET YOUR BEIGNETS HERE!!!! Oh, and they serve three meals a day, too.
Mardi Grogs, near the pool, and Scat Cat’s Club off the main lobby next to Sassagoula Floatworks offer spots for libations and light fare.
Being the little sister of the two, French Quarter doesn’t have as many on-site recreation options, but guests are welcome and encouraged to use the recreation amenities at Riverside. This is one of the few times guests are invited to “pool hop” by using another resort’s pool area.
Looking to stay close to “home?” French Quarter does offer its own campfire and Movie Under the Stars nightly.
A lively pool area with a larger than life sea serpent makes Doubloon Lagoon a great place to enjoy a hot afternoon!