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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.
2,112 rooms on 2 floors in 6 villages with no lifts. All with air-conditioning, TV, coffee maker, fridge, hairdryer, iron and board, and safe. Standard Rooms with 2 double beds or 1 king-size bed, sleeping max 4 adults plus 1 child under 3 years in a cot.
Waterview Rooms, Pirate Rooms - Standard View and Pirate Rooms - Waterview, all sleeping max 4 adults plus 1 child under 3 years in a cot, are available at a supplement.
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 and 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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Just spent 14 wonderful days at the Caribbean Beach Resort with my husband and 2 teenage kids. It's has been a amazing holiday and I couldn't recommend the resort high enough. We were in 1 of the... Read more Pirates of the Caribbean rooms and the attention to detail was amazing. The resort is kept immaculately clean, the food is great, there are plenty of things for people of all ages to do. All in all it has been a great holiday and we will definitely be back amd wouldn't hesitate recommending it to family amd friends. Read less
've traveled all over the world and stayed at many nice resorts including many Sandals and Beaches, and other 5 * resorts, and cruises and in general I have high expectations and standards. I was... Read more very pleasantly surprised by my recent trip to Disney. I own a timeshare in Orlando but would definitely stay at the Disney hotels again, because the whole experience is seamless and fun for kids. I have a 3 year old son and 3 month old daughter and my son enjoyed himself immensely. It was wonderful to not have to bring any car seats and rent a car because of the magical express and the luggage transfer option directly from your flight to your room is a huge bonus! We stayed at Disney's Caribbean Beach resort because we wanted a moderate choice that wasn't too expensive but that included the character dining. I'm really glad I sprung for a moderate resort because the character dining was probably the best part of our trip. If you have young kids, I highly recommend the Hollywood vine, the Crystal Palace, Cinderella's royal table, the Garden Grill, and Tusker house for dining. Caribbean Beach is undergoing a makeover and we got one of the newly renovated rooms. It was very nice -there is a free room safe and fridge which are always nice amenities. There are also free pack and plays available as cribs. The resort itself is very spread out so if you're not close to the food court it could be a little bit of a pain to walk for a morning coffee or snack but I love to walk so this wasn't an issue for me. If you would rather, you could always take the internal transportation bus, but I prefer walking. The food at the resort was a surprisingly good with lots ofI was amazed at the amount of healthier options available but there was also unhealthy foods for people who just want to enjoy themselves on vacation and have treats :) The mickey mouse ice cream bars and frozen cookies with Olaf, Ana and Elsa on them were a huge hit with my son. I highly recommend getting the dining plan. The pool area is great for kids. They have a pirate ship pool with lots of waterslides and a play area, and each village has their own smaller pool and beach as well. You can see the Epcot fireworks from the beach every night at 9, which is great. Once we forgot to take the do not disturb sign off the door, and we had a note to call housekeeping anytime for cleaning and they left us a bag full of towels, shampoo, coffee and coffee cups and everything we could need. I was nlown away. I have stayed in thousands of hotels before and never seen that before. The other thing that impressed me about Disney is their lost and found-they will ship anywhere in the world for free! It's rare that you get that kind of customer service. The buses came often to the parks, but Caribbean beach is a little bit further than some of the other resorts. I would say including waiting it can take up to 30 minutes. I found the buses incredibly hard to manage with two kids in a stroller-I had to wake up the baby, fold and carry the 40 lb awkward/bulky/heavy double stroller and my diaper bag and baby on the bus everytime. You always have to fold your stroller on the buses-with a stroller I would definitely consider paying more for a hotel on the monorail next time! I loved the ability to choose fast passes in advance. My son has NO patience with waiting in line, and we only did attractions we had fast passes for. I loved the travel agent I found by email@example.com. She arranged dining (worked hard to get me into a fully booked restaurant and persisted until she found a cancellation) and answered my never ending questions with patience:) She arranged our fast passes, dining and magical express and made everything truly easy and enjoyable. Read less
This resort is big enough to have its own internal shuttle service. it was very quiet and peaceful. we stayed in the barbados section building 14, a 8-10 minute walk to the food court. the room was... Read more nice it had 2 full sized beds and a pull down single bed. housekeeping was great, we had a do not disturb sign on the door and they left a bag with towels, soap and toliet paper to restock or room. the food court offered may selections and the decor was nicer than the all stars. epcot was about 15 minutes from the resort, hollywood studios about 10 and magic kingdom about 20 . Read less
We were at the Disney Caribbean Beach resort for my daughter's gymnastics meet. We decided to tack on a few extra days to go to Disneyworld as a family. From a convenience perspective, the resort was... Read more nice. Close bus-stops, close to the parks, airport, etc. The room was small but clean. Comfortable beds. There is cafeteria-style dining on site as well as a sit-down restaurant. Our room had a fridge, but no microwave. Pools were nice, and my girls loved the poolside activities. Still, I couldn't get past the creepy factor. Something about it didn't feel altogether comfortable. (We know another family's room was ransacked while we were there.) We also noticed on this trip that the attention to detail and friendliness that we have experienced on past trips to Disney was waning. Cast members weren't quite as friendly as usual. I would also not recommend getting the dining plan unless you're a big eater. We had to stuff ourselves on the last day to break even. And the plans don't allow you to make substitutions--for example, we wanted to trade down from a Quick Service meal ($12) to what would be considered a snack ($5) because that was more appetizing to us. Exchanges were not allowed, even when it was in Disney's favor. Read less