Disney’s Beach Club Resort
Disney’s Beach Club Resort is a deluxe resort located near Disney’s Boardwalk Resort and Epcot. It shares its amenities with the Yacht Club Resort, which is a very similar hotel (and connected to the Beach Club). The resort has a New England theme to it with lots of cool, light/pastel blues and greens colors throughout. One of the best parts about the deluxe resorts, this one included is the space available inside the room. It is especially nice when you are traveling with small kidstraveling with small kids because it gives them room to spread out and gives room for all your stuff.
Inside The Room:
- Two queen beds
- Dresser with 4 small-size drawers
- Table with 2 chairs
- Couch with sofa bed
- Full-length mirror (on bath door)
- WiFi wireless Internet access
- Flat-panel TV
- Mini fridge (dorm style, under the counter)
- Coffee Maker
- Ironing board and iron
- Hair dryer
- Digital thermostat
- In-room safe
- Mini bottle of H2O-brand shampoo, and bar soap
You can walk to Epcot, The Boardwalk and even Hollywood Studios as well as get boat access to these locations. It’s a leisurely walk around to the resorts on either side, which is a nice option if you don’t want to wait on the boat.
The biggest draw of Disney’s Beach Club Resort is Storm-Along Bay, their pool. It is a sprawling pool complex that is 3 acres in size and has sand at the bottom (which is insanely cool). There is also a lazy river, incredible water slide and great places to hang out and relax. The sand at the bottom of the pools gives it a very beach life feel. There is another area of the pool that is shallower where kids can play in the water or up on the sand and build sandcastles.
The Pool- Stormalong Bay
The resort’s water slide is crazy! The only complaint that I have is that you have to leave the gated pool area to go across the way and then up the ladder to the slide. Disney or not, I’m not quite comfortable enough to just let them run out where I can’t see them. Needless to say, there was a lot of me walking my daughter over and watching her walk up the stairs until it was her turn to go. Even with that though, it’s the kind of pool that is relaxing and fun enough to spend the day at.
A Great Option For Epcot Resorts
While we’re very much Magic Kingdom people, the hotel gives great access to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. That means easier access to events such as The Flower & Garden Festival and Toy Story Land. Soon, you’ll be able to add Star Wars land to that list. It’s also a great hotel if you’re a Florida Resident just looking for a “staycation” where you want to hang out at a nice resort.
Whether a Florida resident, an out of towner visiting Disney World or wanting somewhere fun to stay near Orlando, this resort is a lot of fun!
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