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Shades of Green Resort

I have never stayed here but in March 2007 I spent most of a morning visiting family members staying at the resort. I found the grounds to be great to walk around, the service at the table service location great, and we had a great time just relaxing with a view of the golf course.

The Geek's Thoughts & Suggestions

My suggestion would be that if you are a member of the armed forces you should find out more info on this resort because it may be a great deal for you. I have talked to several people who have stayed there and they all loved it. Also if you are golfer and want to stay a Disney resort you cannot choose a better location with two 18 hole courses (the Palm and Magnolia) as well as the 9 hold Oak Trail located on the grounds.

One disadvantage is the resort uses its own busses and not Disney's.

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Quick Facts
  • · December 1973- Golf Resort opens
  • 1986- Changes name to Disney Inn
  • 1994- Changes name to Shades of Green (official name: Shades of Green on the Walt Disney World Resort) Leases property to the U.S. Army
  • 1996- U.S. Army purchases property from Walt Disney World
Hotel Statistics

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Room Service: N/A
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Pools: N/A
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Water-Sports: No
Marina: No
Beach: No
Tennis: No
Biking: No
Reservation Number:
(407) 824-3600
Front Desk:
(407) 824-3400
Meeting Facilities/Sq. Feet: 0



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