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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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This was our first time at the Caribbean Beach and I am certain it will not be our last. We really had a great experience at the resort. We found the staff very helpful. We really loved... Read more the"beach." It gave us a little feeling of actually being at the beach. ..A little. The plus was that you could actually see the fireworks from the beach area at night. A bit obstructed by some trees but nice enough to make you pause and watch. We were lucky to get our preferred building (Thanks to suggestions from blogs), number 25 which is right between Martinique and the Port Royale area. Great access to the main building where the food court, restaurant, shopping, and large pool with slides are located. The room was suitable. Nothing super special but the beds were comfortable. No problem at all with noise and the a/c worked perfectly. I wish I was there right now. It's been a long week. Lol Read less
I traveled with my husband and two boys (14 and 11) in August. This resort did not disappoint us. The grounds were well maintained, the pools were great and the food was much better than expected... Read more . Reasonably priced too (by Disney's standards). We stayed at Aruba 55 building and it was just across the lake from the Old Port Royale (Food court, large themed pool and gift shops). Our building was super quiet and we had no problem but it is a good walk over the bridge to the fancy pool, food and shops. They are in the process of remodeling Aruba right now so I'd choose a room there in a few months. If I came back (which I hope to), we would definitely request Jamaica building 45 which is right near the bridge to cross over to the main pool and food. The Jamaica building has just been remodeled so that would be great. MAIN THING to remember when staying here.....Choose a room that is not at the outskirts of the property or you will be hiking to get food and/or supplies. Read less
Was it really in Florida. Felt like the caribbean. From the point of walking of the coach at the customs house to the point of leaving 10 days later it was paradise. We had 2 rooms joined together in... Read more jamaica just 5 minutes walk to the centre and 2 minutes walk to the bus stop. Food using the quick dining plan was just what we needed for a family of 5, kids 16, 10 and 6. Free drinks all day if needed using your disney mugs. Rooms and the maids were brilliant. Swimming pools ideal and the bar at night with entertainment for the kids (films outside weather permitting) and you even got a view of epcot fireworks. It was great just to go for a walk in the morning when it was quiet round the lake. Having said that it was always quiet away from the centre except when my kids were 'on one' around the local pool. Brilliant could not fault it Read less
The Disney Caribbean Resort must have special powers that ensure the Magic of Disney does not penetrate its old and unkempt walls. I am staying at this resort for the week and upon check-in I was... Read more “upgraded” to a pirate-themed room. Unfortunately this meant a departure from the nicely pictured room in the ad to a cheap motel-style room with a plastic pirate bed. Unfortunately, I compared the picture against the room and they all look the same. My son loved it so I stuck with it. I soon found out that our mini-fridge was broken and leaking into the carpet. This provided the appropriate aroma to complete the pirate-ship motif. None of the vending machines for the Laundromats were working. This did not stop maintenance from telling me to walk to each of the different villages on an insane scavenger hunt. Housekeeping was spotty at best. The most entertaining excuse they gave was that they couldn’t get to our room because of the rain. (It wasn’t raining). They actually called back to clarify the lie by explaining it was because they were busy. The pool was lackluster because it was so super crowded and the incompetent lifeguards spent more time marching like melodramatic wooden soldiers than actually paying attention to kids in the pool. I super-loved the lack of any real dining options. The cafeteria had food that I expect to get from a school cafeteria. Sorry, but $8 for a can/bottle of beer is a bit outrageous. The one restaurant on the premises was full and the menu did not warrant a wait. Overall, the place is low-budget and cheap with rude staff and none of the magic I expect from a Disney resort. I changed my stay halfway through my vacation and was much happier with a different hotel. Read less
My family and I stayed here for 7 nights! Our stay was amazing! My kids (4,6 girl and boy) loved our pirate room ! Pros: room. (Pirate themed) Awesome feature pool Excellent choices of quick... Read more service dining options Smaller pools at each village Beautiful grounds Friendly staff Cons: if you just want a quick drink, old port royale can be a small challenge to get to. We were in Trinidad south, and it was a 7-12 minute walk. This did not bother our family at all, but it may not be for everyone. We loved our time there! Read less