Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is a Deluxe Resort located in the Epcot Resort Area on Crescent Lake. This resort is designed after a turn-of-the-century Atlantic City hotel. Discover carnival games, dining and nightlife on the Coney Island-style boardwalk.
The feature pool – Luna Park Pool – is carnival-themed with a 200-foot-long water slide and spraying elephant statues! There is a whirlpool spa and a splash area nearby. There are 2 additional leisure pools in other areas of the resort. Guests can enjoy recreational activities such as yoga on the lawn, miniature golf, surrey bike rentals, fishing and campfires.
Other amenities include a jogging trail, tennis, and movies under the stars. Guests are transported to Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios by water taxi or walking path, and the other theme parks and Disney Springs via complimentary buses.
Guests have several room categories to choose from. Standard View rooms have 2 queen beds or 1 king bed in addition to 1 day bed. These rooms can sleep 5 adults, with views of the parking areas, leisure pool or gardens. Rooms can be upgraded to views of BoardWalk Inn gardens or Crescent Lake. Disney’s BoardWalk Inn also offers a variety of rooms with Club Level access ranging from an Outer Building – Garden Room – Club Level Access that sleeps 2 adults, to Deluxe Room – Club Level that sleeps up to 6 adults. Club Level amenities include secured key access to the club-level lounge, serving refreshments and snacks (Continental Breakfast, Midday Snacks and Evening Wine, Cheese, Cordials and Dessert) between 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily, access to Concierge Service at the Innkeeper’s Club, and complimentary health club access.
Quick service dining options here include BoardWalk Bakery, Ample Hills Creamery, Pizza window, and Belle Vue Lounge. Table service restaurants are Flying Fish, Big River Grille & Brewing Works, ESPN Club and Trattoria al Forno.
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Written by Adjunct Professor Leah Ferguson, edited by Professor Heather Adamczak