Disney VIP Tours – Springfield, Massachusetts
Want a change of scenery?
Feel like travelling to a different place from Springfield? If so, we recommend travelling to a Disney resort!
You see, Disney is a different world from Massachusetts. Disney resorts are located in the Southern and Western coasts of the US.
Those places have a slightly different culture from the East coast. And that makes them perfect for taking a good break!
Disney’s two largest resorts (Disneyland and Disney World) are in California and Florida respectively.
Both states are infamous for relaxation and unwinding. With California, you get the world’s largest media/entertainment industry.
And with Florida – you’re heading to the “tourism capital” of the world.
They’re places to take a break from the environment of Massachusetts. They’re livelier, more fun, an excellent for a vacation!
What to Expect
At Disney Resorts, you walk into 1000s of acres of pure joy.
They’re large environments. And they’re not places you can explore in a single day, even in a single month!
You can head to a Disney Resort for a lifetime – and still find new unexplored attractions!
And that’s part of what makes them so attractive. They’re literal fantasy worlds of fun and exploration.
A Childhood Getaway.
Disney is the home our childhoods. So it’s actually a place that many adults visit…
In fact, if you were born pre-2000s, it’s likely that Disney was a core part of your younger years.
Disney was what you watched on TV. They made up the icons of your childhood movies and fiction stories.
Wouldn’t it be nice to return to that? We think so, especially as a getaway from a busy career and a world of responsibilities.
With Disney – you get a resort that takes you back a few years. And you can enjoy it with family and loved ones too!
Make it Better with a VIP Tour
This is where we can help you.
Here at Five Star Private VIP Tours, we provide guides to assist you. We take care of all your Disney visit logistics, from start to finish.
We’ll help you book a tour, and we’ll guide you on-site too!
Plus, we can assist you in recommending the best attractions to visit. After all, you might have limited time to explore Disney resorts…
With the experience of our guides, you can save time, money – and make your trip better with VIP assistance.
What Makes Our Services VIP?
Our services aren’t just restricted to booking, advice, and on-site assistance.
We also provide “highly experienced guides” to serve your needs. Our guides are experts on all there is to Disney resorts.
They know the inside-outs of the fantasy worlds you’re getting into. And having one on-hand is valuable.
We can help you reduce waiting times to certain attractions.
We can ensure you get “special passes and reservations” for different rides, parks, and backstage tours!
Here at Five Star Private VIP Tours, we treat our visitors like royalty. Simply contact us, and start your Disney VIP Tour now!
17 February, 2020
10 February, 2020
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.