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Staying at Disney's Beach Club

Are you looking for a waterfront retreat inside Walt Disney World? Then start packing your bags

and let’s head for Disney Beach Club Resort. This resort features views of the beautiful Crescent

Lake and the boardwalk is right around the corner. This Disney Deluxe resort is the perfect

escape from reality. Now this will be an honest review and even though this resort is beautiful it

still has some things that aren’t so great so let’s dig in! The theming here is spot on. The crisp

white and blue exterior to the gorgeous and manicured gardens. The inside is just as beautiful as

the outside. The lobby is open, bright, and keeps they beachy theme going. The theming is

extended outside to the amazing pool and sandy areas with beach chairs which makes you feel

like your right on the beach. When you walk the grounds, you will feel like you need a drink

with an umbrella, bathing suite, and flip flops always. The Disney theming is very subtle and not

in your face. There are some hidden Mickeys here and there! Heading to the pool? Great! But

remember this resort is connected to Disney’s Yacht Club and the pool is for both resorts. Now

let’s move onto the rooms. When you are walking into your large room you will first see a large

bathroom with gorgeous his and her sinks and sophisticated tiles in the shower. I stayed in a

room with two queen beds, and a pull-out sofa and let me tell you I think these are the most

comfortable beds I have ever slept in. They were so soft and felt like you were sleeping on a

pillow. The decorations in the room kept with the blue and white beachy theme. We stayed in a

Water View room and got to look at the gorgeous water and boardwalk. We had a balcony which was amazing, but the only downfall was it would only fit one person at a time and even then, it was still very small. Now let’s talk about that amazing pool with a sandy bottom. That’s right!

The pool has sand in the bottom keeping up with the beach theme. There is a main section with a

slide and some water volleyball nets, a lazy river with inner tubes if you wanted, and a shallow

sand bar where you can build a sandcastle and any other creation you might come up with. Beach

club is home to a major sit-down restaurant Cape May Café this is a buffet style table service

restaurant and is a character meal for breakfast and in the evening, it turns into a seafood buffet

without characters. There is also Beaches and Cream which is also a table service restaurant but

not a buffet. Here you can find the famous Kitchen Sink which is loaded with ice cream

goodness. They also have burgers, sandwiches, and cheese tots. They also have a small market

with the gift shop, and it had some pretty good gran and go options if you needed food quick or

just needed a quick snack like a lunch-able

or chips. It also had a pretty good wine selection. We

did see a Snake and I questions my life choices staying here at that moment but then quickly

realized I was in Florida and could see a snake anywhere! I have always wanted to stay at this

resort, and it lived up to all my beachy dreams. I would stay here repeatedly! Its relaxing,

luxurious, and just a quick walk to Epcot which was very covenant. The rooms were amazing,

had so much room and let’s not forget about those amazing beds. The view of the boardwalk was

amazing especially at night. I do wish we could’ve seen Epcot’s Harmonious Fireworks from our

balcony, but it wasn’t that big of a deal we couldn’t with the boardwalk right across. I can’t wait

to stay here again!

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