Well, this week I tried something a little new for us here on the site and that was a small step into the world of 360 degree photos. Of course, considering we don’t currently live in Orlando, these photos will be few and far between. However, I thought I’d go ahead and share a closer look at the property from a new perspective!
So, we just got back from a stay at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge. As many of you may know, the resort has been undergoing a fairly intensive re-imagining of a good portion of the property. Thankfully, it looks as if the new villas have unofficially been completed and the new Copper Creek cabins look superb!
While we were on the property, we had the opportunity to explore many of the new areas including the new Boulder Ridge Cove quiet pool. The pool was quite a bit nicer that we expected, and features a new, somewhat “edgeless,” design which added a surprising, yet interesting element to the areas look and feel. Beyond that particular aspect of the experience, the pool features a zero entry area and a vast array of covered and uncovered seating for many guests. Opposed to some Disney resort pools, this particular circumstance allowed easy access to available seating without having to stake out a spot early on in the day.
We really enjoyed the overall theming of the new pool area, and the food nearby at Geyser Point is really outstanding quality for a counter service location! However, we’ll share more about that experience at another time!
Today, I just wanted to take a moment and share our first foray into 360 degree photos. It isn’t quite perfect in my honest opinion but it is certainly a step in the right direction! I do have a couple more potential uploads in 360 for this resort, so if you’re interested in seeing those or hearing more details of our stay at Wilderness Lodge, feel free to let us know! We truly appreciate the feedback!
So, here’s a closer look at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge in 360 degrees! (you may have to click the image and log in to your account to view the full 360 degree image and interact with it on your mobile device – you can also click and drag on desktop versions of Facebook to pan around the image!)