This upscale property
is the closest you'll get to safari-lodge experience, outside of Africa. Disney has literally created a 33-acre nature preserve—and populated it with more than 30 species of wildlife, including zebras, gazelles, and kudus—behind the thatched-roof main building. If you have a savannah-facing room, you'll wake up to see giraffes grazing! That alone makes it honeymoon-worthy. But I also love the 11,000-square-foot pool, gorgeous African art, and open-air, dark-wood Victoria Falls Lounge, a tiny pocket of adult tranquility overlooking Boma, the main restaurant. Order martinis and people watch. From $313.
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