Disney VIP Tours – Hartford, Connecticut
Hartford is a busy city.
It’s the insurance capital of the world. Living there means committing to a career and aspirations of success.
But how about entertainment? Is the culture of Hartford good at supplying joy and happiness?
We don’t think so. At least, not compared to states that host Disney resorts.
Try a Disney Visit
Hartford is known for people with polite and laid back personalities. It’s quite a civil and safe place to be…
But unfortunately, it’s a little boring.
It’s not as lively as many parts of the US (like coastal cities). It’s stable, predictable and suitable for everyday living.
That is – it’s not good for vacations.
Take a Holiday – Head to Disney
Your next vacation should involve a little communion.
You need a fun place, and that brings you closer to people around you. You want a place that makes you feel less disconnected, and more at the moment.
At Disney, you’ll experience that communion flawlessly.
A Trip Back to Childhood.
Many Disney icons were ones we saw on TV, or read in stories as children.
And everyone in America (and the world) knows of those icons. They’re part of our childhoods that we’ll never forget.
So why not revisit those memories? Why not head to a physical location that brings those icons to life?
Disney resorts offer you that chance.
On your next holiday, you can refresh at a Disney Park, as you enjoy endless activities and a nostalgic trip to childhood.
And speaking of children…
Disney – The Ultimate Destination for Families
Bring your loved ones along. They’ll enjoy the experience too, adding to your joy.
Children especially will enjoy a Disney trip. They’ll enjoy the opportunity to enter a large park of endless activities.
Plus – Disney resorts are located in areas “known for vacations.”
Disney World – Orlando
One of Florida’s largest cities, a visit there should be on your bucket list.
You’re enjoying hot summer beaches away from excess urbanity.
The setting is easy and simple. And while you’re at it, you can book a Disney World tour!
You can dedicate a few days for it. After all, Disney World is larger than many small towns you know!
Disneyland – California
If traveling south isn’t a plan, then how about heading west?
Ever wanted to visit the “home of the entertainment World”? Because that’s what California is.
Plus, it’s a coastal state. While you’re there, you can enjoy the beaches, get to roam the home of entertainment, and visit Disney World!
There’s Nothing More to Wait For
It’s time to book your tour.
Disney waiting lines are quite long. And for that reason, you need assistance getting you quick access to Disney resorts.
Plus – you need assistance to save you time on your visit while making your experience memorable.
This is what a Disney VIP Tour is. And it’s the main service we offer.
You’ll feel like royalty while returning to a world of entertainment. So be sure to check out our services, and book your Disney VIP Tours now!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How do you guarantee minimal wait times?
Answer: Our Private VIP Tour guides know the layout of the attractions and the system in place as if we created it ourselves! This coupled with our Private VIP Tour guides insider knowledge (i.e. “secret sauce”) gives us the confidence in ensuring our clients minimal wait times.
Question: Do you only offer Theme Park tours?
Answer: Absolutely not the case, we have an undeniable love and passion for theme parks, but specialized in all Central Florida and Southern California, from Food and Wine, to Nightlife, to sightseeing, to helicopter tours, not to mention we are also an independent concierge and luxury transportation service. We have it all covered in our customized VIP Tour packages.
Question: How many people can be in a group?
Answer: We can accommodate up to (8) people per tour guide, including children. If you wish to have more than eight, we can add an additional tour guide.
Question: Are handicap tour guides or handicap passes used to skip the lines?
Answer: Never! Five Star has a “zero tolerance” policy in regards to improper representation of any disability or disability pass.