I recommend choosing an Epcot area resort (Yacht Club, Beach Club or Boardwalk) for an adults-only getaway. They offer nice accommodations, restaurants and nightlife and, best of all, you are able to walk to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. If you need a more budget-friendly option, I recommend one of the Port Orleans moderate resorts. They are low-key and have beautiful landscaping, but you can't walk to the parks. (you'll need to take the Disney buses).
While all the parks have offerings for adults, Epcot really stands out with their unique and appealing dining and attractions. With Epcot's Flower and Garden Festival in the spring and Food and Wine Festival in the fall, Epcot gives park goers many reasons to come back time after time. It also offers delicious dining options and international, only-in-Epcot shopping that make Epcot a year-round destination.
In addition to the parks and special events, Disney World also has more typical resort offerings. There are multiple golf courses, several spas (including the newly renovated spa at the Grand Floridian), water sports and fine dining (the #1 TripAdvisor Orlando restaurant, Victoria and Albert's in the Grand Floridian, is kid-free).
But what about the crowds? Dealing with crowds isn't very relaxing, is it? If you don't have to plan your Disney vacation around school breaks, you can visit during the lowest crowd level times of the year and when you aren't lugging a stroller or massive bag, you can zip from park to park easily.
Have I convinced you yet? How about some prices? A 3-night stay in January at the Beach Club resort (standard view room), with 4-day park tickets with the Park Hopper and standard dining plan is $2305. If you'd like to make your vacation truly all-inclusive, the same package with a 1-bedroom, club level suite is $3335. A bit more than you were hoping to spend? The same package at the Port Orleans-French Quarter in a standard view room is $1641.
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