Nothing spells magic like a trip to Orlando Disney World. There is so much to see and do, and most people have too little time to enjoy all parts of the park. However, amongst all the adventures, you need to ensure you take regular breaks. Luckily, there are plenty of places at Disney World to take the weight off and bask in the ambiance. Of all the places to enjoy a rest, our go-to choice is a rooftop terrace, which offers stunning views of the park - continue reading for our top picks.
First off is STK Orlando, which sometimes disappears because of the endless sea of Disney Springs restaurants. However, if you’re searching for a unique experience on a high-quality roof terrace, look no further. The terrace sits high above the action, and lets you look over the Aerophile Characters in Flight. When you’ve finished here, you can enjoy the vibrant nightlife before heading back to one of these quality Florida Villas for Rent, which are roughly an hour's commute from the park.
After spending the day exploring themed areas and hitting the rides, it’s time to dip into the nightlife, and there’s no better place to start than at Four Seasons’ Capa Bar. The rooftop terrace, which often features live music, is a great area to enjoy craft cocktails or watch the sunset. To go alongside your evening drinks, you can help yourself to a small plate to enjoy al fresco dining.
If you’re looking for somewhere to grab a drink, eat some food, and take the weight off, Disney Springs is the place to be. For a truly incredible experience, head over to the Coca-Cola Store rooftop beverage bar, which brings the world of this classic drink into the adult space. You may be thinking this terrace will be tame, but you will end up leaving with a memorable experience.
The Riviera Resort is a great place to be because it sits along the Skyliner route, which makes Topolino’s Terrace even more appealing. Located on the 10th floor, you will be met with unparalleled views and experience delicious food. As well as benefiting from incredible views, Hollywood Studios and the EPCOT are only a short distance away.
If you’re staying at the Contemporary Resort, head up to the 15th floor and enjoy views of the surroundings. The restaurant at the California Grill is a high-demand eatery primarily. However, they also operate a ‘first come, first-seated’ patio that offers the same menu. When you look out over the terrace, you can see Magic Kingdom, including Space Mountain, and the iconic Cinderella Castle. If you’re here at the right time, you will have the pleasure of watching the firework displays in style.
Visiting Disney World is an experience full of magical wonder, which is why the terraces above make the perfect destination for taking a break. Whether you’re staying at a Disney resort or commuting to the park, there’s a rooftop to suit everyone’s tastes.