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Not only have Disney managed to bring the ambience of the Caribbean to Florida, they've brought the beaches too! This resort is split into 6 Caribbean islands, each with its own pool and stretch of white sandy beach. Whilst mums and dads soak up the sun, the kids can climb, slide and play to their hearts content at Caribbean Cay, a small island complete with picnic tables, a nature trail, hammocks and a playground. There are also playgrounds on the beaches of Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad, ensuring everyone is kept happy! Colonial-style buildings and swaying palm trees add to the vibe, as do lush gardens and the distant sound of steel drums. There are bikes for hire, nature trails, a lively shopping bazaar, food court and table-service dining - making this the perfect all-round family destination.
In the Epcot Resort area. Transfer time from airport: 30 min.Larger Map
Use of the Walt Disney World Transportation System included. Complimentary parking.
2,109 rooms on 2 floors in 5 villages with no lifts. All with air-conditioning, TV, coffee maker, fridge, hairdryer, iron and board, and safe. Standard Rooms with 2 double beds, sleeping max 4 adults plus 1 child under 3 years in a cot or 2 queen-size beds and a pull-down bed, sleeping max 4 adults, plus 1 child (3-9 years) and 1 child under 3 years in a cot.
Waterview Rooms, sleeping max 4 adults plus 1 child under 3 years in a cot or 4 adults plus 1 child under 9 years on a pull-down bed and 1 child under 3 years in a cot
Pirate Rooms - Standard View, sleeping max 4 adults plus 1 child under 3 years in a cot or 4 adults plus 1 child under 9 years on a pull-down bed and 1 child under 3 years in a cot
Pirate Rooms - Waterview, sleeping max 4 adults plus 1 child under 3 years in a cot or 4 adults plus 1 child under 9 years on a pull-down bed and 1 child under 3 years in a cot
Old Port Royale (food court counter service), Shutters (restaurant, dinner only), Banana Cabana Pool Bar (serving snacks).
6 Pools, 1 themed pool with water slide and a children's water play area, whirlpool, nature walks, jogging trail, 'Caribbean Cay' a small island complete with picnic tables, a nature trail, hammocks and a children's playground. Video games arcade*. White sand beach around lake. Caribbean Beach Campfire. Bike rentals*, volleyball court.
Laundry/dry-cleaning service*. 1 Disney-themed shop. Babysitting services*. Complimentary WiFi available in room.
ALL WALT DISNEY WORLD HOTELS ARE NON-SMOKING.
*Denotes local charge.
Minimum stay 5 nights at all times.
Maximum stay 21 nights.
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We had a "preferred" room in the Martinique building. We are not quite sure what made it preferred, but we were close to the check in building. We were on a girls weekend away, and had three adults... Read more . The room stated 5 adults could sleep in there. If 5 adults were in the room, we would be on top of each other! But the great news is the resort is beautiful, the room clean, the food court close-by (walkable) and pool right outside our door. I would definitely go back! Read less
We stayed at Trinidad South in one of the Pirate Rooms. We had and First Floor Corner room which was very well maintained and had no major flaws. Yes there is going to be wear and tear on the rooms... Read more but nothing major. Room was very clean with no signs of mold or dust. We did find a little piece of somthing under the table after checking in but it blended in with the Carpet and Furniture I can see where houskeeping missed it. Picked it up with a napkin no big deal. Mistakes happen. Pool areas were great only issue is that lounge chairs and tables seem to go quick but no biggie, we were there to swim. Food Court was good along with the food. Transportation was a non issue to the park except one morning we waited 1 hr for a Bus to Hollywood Studios. Since Trinidad South is outside the resort loop alittle it seems the bus driver didn't remember to stop there. Other then that the Busses were fine. It was a long walk to the Port Royale where you can fill your mug with drinks. After getting back from the parks we usually jumped in our car and drove to Port Royale to fill our mugs and grab a snack. Another tip is when using Quick Service at Port Royale is grab a bottle of Water or Powerade and use your refillabel mug for a drink with your meal.. A drink comes with the meal and you can have them for late night in the room or at the parks. Same thing with Deserts. Read less
We are not "hotel" people and stay in hotels only when there are no bed and breakfasts in the area. Wanting to stay on Disney property in the moderate price range, we chose this hotel. It was... Read more immaculate, very quiet and wonderful customer service. The only negative is if you are spending much time at Magic Kingdom, it is a 15 minute bus ride on Disney transporation so I'd recommend spending more money if that is in the budget for the sole purpose of being closer to Magic Kingdom. However, this hotel is a better location for Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. Just depends where you will be spending a large part of your time there. We were there in April and the air conditioning was super quiet (which was great) but it never cooled the room below 72 degrees. Not a problem for us since the weather was around 80 degrees outside; however, that may be a problem in the summer when the weather is much hotter. This hotel was extremely quiet. We chose a second story (no elevators) on a corner and never heard other hotel guests. The beds were EXTREMELY comfortable and the room was spotless--could not have been more pleased with this hotel. Read less
Loved our stay here. Have stayed at other Disney property - Wilderness, Contemporary, and Polynesian - but was looking for a less expensive option for a short trip. LOVED IT! The rooms are large... Read more - even seemed larger than our Polynesian room (partially because in the Polynesian you have a couch). The decor was very nice. It is a large property though - we stayed in Jamaica - which was a short walk to the main building for food and pool. They do have secluded pools - which are much quieter. The main pool is busy, but no music in the morning - by 1 pm the activities crew heads out and starts playing the loud music and playing games with the kids - so we moved back to our area for the secluded pool. Liked both experiences. (one down side is towels are only provided at the main pool). Main pool is a neat theme. Makes you feel like you are in the Pirates of the Caribbean ride! The food court is really nice. A lot of options for quick serve. One down side is it opens at 630 am - so on the morning of Early Magic Morning - you need another option for breakfast. Transportation worked out. I have heard horror stories about using the buses since the property is large. Longest wait was 15 minutes and it took about 20 minutes to get to the Magic Kingdom by bus once picked up. Faster than taking the monorail from the Contemporary! Did not use transportation though to Epcot or other parks. One down side - no elevators. It is only 2 stories - but you do need to lug the suitcases up the stairs. Also, we stayed in an inner court room (lowest priced room) - and happened to face into a smoking area. 2 issues: 1. for a non-smoker we needed to get in and out of our room quickly so the smell did not get into the room when smokers were out. We were fine in the room - it did not come in through the AC but 2. at night, there was talking outside amongst the smokers. Since it is in a court area the sound echoes - so on those nights we wanted to go to bed early, we could hear talking. One man was on speaker phone having a conversation! Disney does have a quit public space policy in the evening, so you can call security if you need to. Also, our room was a-joining to the next room. So I guess if you need 2 rooms, you could use the feature. Unfortunately it does carry the noise from the loud snorer in the next room and their child who cried! Highly recommend this resort! Read less
Just a short ride to Epcot, Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. Bus transportation is provided but since the resort includes free parking at the Disney lot, we found it more convenient to drive... Read more ourselves. We loved the swimming complex and also made use of the swim pool at our section (Aruba). We ate dinner and breakfast in the restaurant and found it to be fine.....not gourmet for sure....but great for families with children. The sleeping accommodations were a bit crowded for 2 adults and 3 children, but we spent most of our time at the parks or in the pool.......isn't that why we went there? Read less