When visiting Disney World, finding a place to stay should be one of your top priorities. Disney Resorts and Hotels not only offer the best accommodation, but also provide free transport, discount dining, and access to exclusive Disney World attractions. The Disney Beach Club Villas offer all these and more, with excellent service and amenities that rival some of the area’s top resorts.
Designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, the Beach Club Villas combine pastel colors with wood accents to create an elegant yet rustic look. The warm, cozy rooms and plush furniture will make you feel right at home, and the bright colors bring out the classic Disney World cheer. The Breezeway kiosk features prints, photographs, oil paintings, and seaside artifacts, all placed on library shelves under a beautiful vaulted ceiling.
The Beach Club Villas offer 282 rooms, including studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units. All rooms have color cable TV, a coffee table, extra beddings, and private balconies with garden, pool, and courtyard views. "Smart" thermostats in each room adjust the air conditioning according to everyone’s body temperature. The studio and one-bedroom villas accommodate four adults and one child, while the two-bedroom suites are big enough for eight adults and a child. Annual Pass Holders may be given a discount on room rates.
There are also valet and self-parking options, room service, voice mail, and child care services. Guests are given a complementary newspapers and refillable mugs at the Hurricane Hannah’s bar.
Comfort and luxury
The Beach Club Villas have an on-site quite pool called the Dunes Cove, which offers a heated spa, restrooms, and lockers housed in a private pool building. Guests also have access to the three-acre Stormalong Bay, a small water park nearby. Stormalong Bay features a shipwreck-themed water slide, quiet pools, whirlpools, and hot tubs. If you feel like walking, you can also visit other sites resorts such as the Bayside Marina and the Lafferty Place Arcade.
There are no restaurants on property, but guests have access to top-notch restaurants at the Beach and Yacht Clubs. One of the most popular venues is Beaches and Cream, a small 50s-style diner serving burgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese, and other backyard favorites. The Beach Club Marketplace is also another favorite, with its quick-service and made-to-order foods. The homemade gelato is one of its specialties.
For something more upscale, try the Flying Fish Café and the Cape May Café. Cape May offers a character-themed buffet for breakfast, and a more relaxed Clam Bake menu in the evening. Popular bars and lounges include the Rip Tide, Martha’s Vineyard, and Hurricane Hanna’s.
The Beach Club Villas are a short walk away from the Epcot Center, home of the famous IllumiNations fireworks show. Guests can even get discount deals and exclusive entry at the International Gateway. Other nearby attractions include the Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Disney MGM Studios, and the Downtown Disney Marketplace. Bus and rail services are readily available, but you can also arrange for private transport with the affiliate Bell Services.
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