The luxury Disney Parks hotel draws inspiration from Spanish, Mexican, and Southwest American styles, cultures, and comforts… Including the cuisine! The lakeside hotel is located within Disney’s Animal Kingdom Resort Area and provides modern comfort alongside touches of Disney magic.
For example, on Saturdays and Sundays, the Sangria University course enables visitors to explore some of these cultural practices using their tastebuds, making it the perfect activity for a fun and relaxing weekend stay. Sangria University teaches attendees the history of this classic drink, lets them sample various “fruits and flavors,” and even shows them how to craft their very own signature sangria blend!
As further described on the Walt Disney World website, professionals lead the afternoon lesson, revealing four different recipes to create a variety of sangria flavors, all of which they serve at Coronado Spring’s Three Bridges Bar and Grill. Moreover, Guests will not only get to try all four offerings before making their own from base spirits and tasty fresh fruit but receive a light appetizer as well.
Walt Disney World holds this experience each weekend, subject to availability and weather conditions, with each class being 90 minutes long and requiring advanced reservations. Furthermore, admission fees include tax and gratuity for a total of $59 per Guest, paid upon booking.
Spencer is a lifelong lover of theme parks, princesses, and Disney history that recently relocated to Northern California. She completed her undergraduate studies at UCLA, where she was the founder and first president of the campus Disney Club. A former Cast Member still mourning the loss of the Disney Store, she now haunts the Walt Disney Family Museum halls and shares her opinions with anyone who will listen @gothelsflower.