Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

 

Overview

Disney’s Caribbean Beach resort is the largest on Disney property. The property is over 200 acres broken up into five villages representing the areas of the Caribbean: Trinidad, Barbados, Martinique, Aruba, and Jamaica. The main building is called the Custom House and is where the check is desk is located. Old Port Royale is a great location for activity including dining and a gift shop. It’s bright colors and soon to be renovated guest rooms (project for 2014) is a favorite family destination!

Rooms

2109 available guest rooms

Many rooms are themed after Finding Nemo with brightly colored bedding. Rooms have double beds and are approximately 300 square feet. One of the most recent updates includes Pirate Themed Rooms. Preferred rooms are available in this large resort which are located closest to Old Port Royale. There is an internal bus system to make it around the entire resort. Rooms sleep up to 4 guests.

Bookable room options:

  • Standard Room
  • Water or Pool View
  • Preferred Room
  • King Bed
  • Pirate – Standard View
  • Pirate – Water View

Location

Epcot resort area

Pools

Six total pools: one in each village! The main Pool has two water slides, one that is 102 feet long.

Transportation options

  • Bus only

Dining options

Table Service

Quick Service

Cost

$200 – $315 (prices subject to change, based on availability, and seasonality).

PROS

  • Bright and exciting theme
  • Good for young children
  • Convenient parking
  • Good lakefront setting

CONS

  • Large layout
  • Long check in lines
  • Not great on site dining
  • Intermittent bus service
  • Some buildings are a long way away from main building

Ready to get started planning your 2015 Disney World vacation? Please contact me at any time for a free quote. The benefits to using an authorized Disney vacation planner include saving time before and during your vacation with itinerary planning which can help save you hours of standing in line each day. Plus you won’t have to watch for available discounts, research resorts, wake up early for dining reservations, or stay up late for FastPasses. The best part about using a travel planner instead of planning yourself? It’s totally FREE! Plus I’ll take away some of the stress and confusion of planning a Disney vacation (especially if it’s your first one!)It’s also a worry free cruise opportunity. I’ll walk through through all of the steps to the process with a few little insider tips along the way! If you already have your vacation planned and are interested in transferring your vacation, ask me how!

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