Disney VIP Tours – Stamford, Connecticut
Need a change of scenery from daily activities of Stamford?
If so, try a Disney tour. You’ll get to enjoy a different environment, one that is far from your daily responsibilities!
And at Five Star Private VIP Tours, we can make that a reality.
We provide a variety of services at Disney’s largest theme parks, ensuring a stress-free and memorable vacation!
Our services focus on Disney’s two largest parks, those being Disneyland Park and Disney World.
Both are far from Stamford, Connecticut. In fact, you need a few hours to get to either location by flight.
So planning travel there is tough, let alone scheduling a Disney tour!
Located in Anaheim, California – this is Disney’s first and largest park.
It’s on the other side of the country. But it’s worth a visit, especially when you consider its history and design.
This park was developed by Walt Disney himself in 1955. It’s a landmark of California and the US in general.
Plus, it’s quite massive. Disneyland Park extends across a space of 34 hectares, where you’ll need years to fully explore it!
Similar in size to Disneyland Park, this branch is located in Orlando, Florida.
It’s situated in America’s top tourism spot. So it’s worth a visit, especially if you plan on heading there for a vacation!
Getting Your Tour Started
Disney parks aren’t places you visit without a plan.
There are endless attractions to explore. And you need the knowledge of experienced guides to help you.
Here at Five Star Private VIP Tours, we provide that experience to you. And we do so through diverse services that remove your travel stress!
Booking and Advice.
We can create a schedule for your tour.
We’ll inform you on the attractions available, helping you structure what to explore. That way, we save you time, allowing you to experience as much of Disney as possible!
Transport & Live Assistance.
You’ll never have to worry about getting lost in Disney’s parks, or on your way there.
We’ll arrange you transport by car, from your holiday accommodation, and to the park. Plus, we’ll ensure you arrive before Disney’s opening hour, keeping you on schedule!
From there, we provide on-site tour guides to walk you through Disney’s attractions.
Our guides are experts, and they’ll ensure your tour stays structured at all times!
Plus, they’re extremely sociable. Our guides can adapt to any group size or age.
Whether you be a solo traveler or a group of friends/family, you’ll never worry about your tour going wrong!
Make it VIP
There’s a reason why we style our services as VIP.
Our focus is on giving you the best experience possible. And we do so by booking you privileges that few tourists get to enjoy.
We can minimize your waiting time at different rides. We can help you with special seating at Disney’s shows…
Plus, we can reserve backstage tours directly with Disney to some of Disney’s less explored areas!
It’s time to start the vacation of a lifetime. Contact us, and start today!
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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.