The treehouse villas at Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort have to be one of my favorite places to stay. Who doesn’t have a childhood dream of sleeping in a tree house?
These tree houses can sleep 9, plus a child younger than three. Each tree house has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, stackable washer and dryer, a full kitchen, and living area with pull out couch and sleeper sofa. Two bedrooms have queen size beds, and one has the master bath with a shower and tub combination. The third bedroom has a set of bunk beds.
While remote, the treehouse villas are quiet after a busy day at the parks. It was a nice balance for my family. Each night we would go to the quiet pool and hot tub and have the place to ourselves. We took a day to enjoy the property as there are several pools, which appeal to all ages, and splash areas. There is also a playground in the water for younger children.
This resort is more spread out than others, so some walking is required, but well worth it.
Dining options at Saratoga Springs include Artist’s Palette, which is quick service and offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. It stayed open later, which is convenient when you return from the parks.
Saratoga Springs connects to Disney Springs via a quick boat ride, and my family went over there a few times to have dinner and shop.
We loved enjoying the amenities of Saratoga Springs Resort, and especially the peace and serenity offered by the treehouse villas – it was a perfect balance for my family!