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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 (3-9 years) in a child's murphy bed or 2 queen-size beds and a pull-down bed, sleeping max 4 adults, plus 1 child (3-9 years) in a child's murphy bed.
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 child's murphy 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.
Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance pageCheck Prices Back to top
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We stayed here for 9 nights in January and had an adjoining room with our daughter, son-in-law, and 2 grandkids, although the granddaughter stayed with us. Our room was on the second floor (no... Read more elevator) in building 33 of Trindad North. This was a good location because we were near the bus stop and about a 10 minute walk to Port Royale. The area was lush and well maintained. Our room had 2 supremely comfortable queen beds, tv, small table, luggage bench, and a dresser with drawers on each side and a mini-fridge in the middle. The outer part of the bathroom had double sinks and a rod that served as a closet with a nice shelf over it. The area could be closed off from the bedroom. The toilet and tub were In a tiny separate room. Our "village" had a pool and there was a larger one plus a playground at Old Port Royal. OPR also had a large shopping area, a concierge, drink fountains and coffee for Magic Mugs, a food court, and a restaurant. We didn't eat at Shutters, but the food court food was decent and there was a grab and go section as well. If you're on the Disney Dining Plan, become very educated on what a "snack" is. It could be a bagel and cream cheese or cereal and milk (or a Starbucks on the parks!). When we lost track of our DDP points, the concierge printed a tally for us. Buses run every 20 minutes to each park, Disney Springs, and around the resort. Most villages had a sign saying when the next bus would arrive. Ours did not and that was a constant irritation. You'd think with all the Magic Band technology, there would be a way to check schedules on an app or something. Plus, it's a huge resort and buses were often full or standing room only, even in January. We had pre-ordered some items (snacks for the room, wine, etc) from Garden Grocers and the hotel held them and delivered them when we requested. We used the Magic Bus to and from the airport and it was great. Your luggage does not come to your room with you. Ours arrived a couple of hours later. To check out, they will give you a letter with directions. You arrange for a bellman to pick up you and your luggage to go to the Custom House to check out of the resort, get a boarding pass for your flight, and board the Magic Bus to the airport. Do not be late for the bus! They will tell you which bus to be on. We left very early in the morning and I thought the Custom House might have a coffee kiosk available. Nope. Nothing free at Disney! While our stay was fine, I would stay elsewhere on Disney property next time. First, the situation with the buses was ridiculous. But what really bugged me was the coffee situation. I want good coffee first thing and I do not want to walk 10 minutes to get it. Magic Cups can be filled only at resorts, so filling them with anything was not that simple, and they're not that big. Apparently some of the villages had coffee trucks on the morning. We did not. Next time we will look for a place with more convenience. Read less
My husband and I stayed at CBR for 8 nights in January 2016. I enjoyed being able to take long walks around the beautiful property, the lake is a treat! We stayed in a Standard King Bed Room in... Read more Jamaica. We definitely thought we requested one of the best areas- Jamaica was great! I would suggest ground floor in building 44. We were in Building 42. Building 44 would be an easy walk to Port Royale. Disney Transportation is super easy, the longest ride was to MK. They have information boards telling you when buses will be expected at your stop, this was new from last year. Check in was easy, however you don't actually need to check in with a person anymore. You can check in online and get your room number texted to you and let yourself in with your magic bands. I actually prefer to check in with a person. The resort is mammoth and you will have no idea how to get to your room without a map. We took the Magical express from the airport and had our luggage dropped off in our room, we had no issues with this and loved the convenience. Room services is available until 1130pm and they do have the typical DWR dinning areas as well as a nicer sit down restaurant. Staff was friendly. Housekeeping seemed to be lacking a bit. Every day was a hit or miss with what type of towels and how many we might receive. One of the towels had a hole in it, which I really thought was tacky. We did notice cobwebs inside the window ceils and small dead flying bugs in the overhead lamp. The last three days we did not receive shampoo, conditioner, or soap. I didn't really mind this because I brought my own, but my husband really didn't want to use my girly smelling products. Previously we have stayed at Port Orleans French Quarter and Coronado Island with spectacular services and awesome housekeeping. CBR just didn't live up to the other resorts in my opinion. I think it is a great place to stay, but I would probably pick a different resort next time because of my experience with housekeeping. We had a great time at the parks and resort, I would still give this resort a "Very Good" rating and the price was excellent! Read less
Rooms were clean upon check-in and were cleaned well for our 9 day stay in the Aruba village. 5 people were in our room and we had to always ask for an additional towel, would be nice if they knew... Read more the room occupancy for stuff like this. Resort buses ran on time and never waited for than 10 minutes. The pool and food court were clean. Read less
Took Disney's Magical Express to and from airport, first resort drop off and last to be picked up, great! Had requested a room in Martinique (after reading reviews on here) with a water view, turned... Read more out our agents had booked us a "preferred room" this turned out to be Trinidad North ground floor looking at car park and a bush. After asking concierge to be changed we had to wait till next day, not a problem. Were moved to the upper floor in TN overlooking the lake therefore awesome view of the nightly Epcot and Hollywood studio fireworks. I would say TN was better than Martinique after waying up all the pros. We were in block 31, so very near to food court and the bus stops. Room was tidy, decent size for the two of us and had everything we needed. I would say the only downside is the thin walls, can hear the rooms all around you if on ground floor, would highly recommend asking for an upper floor room, especially if a light sleeper like myself. Would also say to turn fridge off if not using! Mousekeeping came everyday, and relatively early, did a very nice job too. People moaning about the bus waiting times must be deluded, i'm the first to admit i'm rather impatient but we never waited more than 15m for a bus and that was due to just missing one. Journeys to all parks were quicker than anticipated, resort location a bonus on this aspect too. Luckily we had the Quick Service dining plan, food at resort and the parks was rather on the pricey side for what you get. Selection was ok but not many healthy selections unfortunately. Would suggest researching how the plan works too! Hope this helps a little! :) Read less
This was our first time back to Disney in almost 8 years. I waited until pretty much the last minute to book, plus it was marathon weekend so we couldn't get a room at French Quarter where we... Read more normally stay. Although much larger than we were used to, this was a very nice resort. That is the only reason I didn't give it an excellent rating. It is quite large and some rooms are pretty far away from the main building. Beautiful scenery and very nice pools. Everything else was great. Although there is bus transportation to use. Very clean and well kept. Mousekeeping was great if we needed anything. Check in was very quick and smooth. Booked through Robyn Ayers @ Dream Makers Vacation Services. I really didn't have to do anything other than make my dining reservations and she would have done that too, but I like the fun of taking care of that on my own. Great agent to work with - never once did I feel I was bothering her by some of my crazy requests. Read less