If you've got the means, you can enjoy some mighty fine experiences at Disney World.
Most people would agree that Disney World is an expensive place to visit. I think it is a good value – think bang for the buck – but can’t disagree that it is expensive.
However, many of us often think that Disney World is expensive in terms of a high price for the normal things of life. At Disney World, you pay $2.50 for a Coke when you might pay $1.50 at home. At Disney World, you pay $9.00 for a fried chicken nugget dinner, complete with fries, when you might pay $6.00 at home.
But what about the really expensive experiences at Disney World? Those experiences meant for those with high-end tastes and a budget to satisfy them?
For those lucky few with big bucks, or for anyone who has saved diligently, Disney offers some mighty fine deluxe experiences. These are definitely expensive but can also be unforgettable.
Let’s look at four deluxe experiences at Disney World:
1 – What: Dinner at Victoria & Albert’s
Cost: $150+ per person
What you get: One of the best dining experiences available anywhere. Period. And it’s not just me saying that. Many professional restaurant critics agree that Victoria & Albert’s is one of the world’s best. Whether you are celebrating a birthday that ends in a “0” or a once-in-a-lifetime milestone, this is a place where you can feel like a million bucks even if you don’t have a million bucks. Of course you get amazing food for $150 per person, but also the best service and surroundings, too. For those with the means, you can spend a bit more to get a spot at the chef’s table or a set of wines professionally paired with your meal. By the way, note that this dinner – often considered to be one of the most expensive experiences at Disney World – is the “cheapest” item on this list of deluxe experiences.