Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort falls under the Moderate Resort category and is located in the Epcot Resort Area. Guests staying at this resort get to experience leisurely island life. The resort features vibrant colors and lush landscapes as well as villages that capture the essence of 5 different Caribbean islands: Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad, and Aruba. Guests are transported to the theme parks, as well as Disney Springs, via complimentary buses and the new Disney Skyliner.
In addition to the 5 leisure pools found in each village, there is also the Fuentes del Morro Pool. This perfectly themed zero-entry pool is perfect for pirate lovers and it is themed as a colonial Spanish fortress. The pool features 2 water slides, one of which is 102 feet long. There is even a shipwreck splash pad perfect for little ones found nearby. Additional amenities found at this resort include a jogging trail, volleyball, bike rentals, a playground, arcade, and self-service laundry rooms.
Guests have a multitude of room categories from which to choose. With some minor exceptions, the majority of the rooms can accommodate up to 4 Adults. A King Bedroom category accommodates up to 2 Adults and the Preferred rooms can accommodate up to 5 Adults. There are two main views offered – Standard View and Water or Pool View. Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort is also home to the Pirate Themed Rooms. These rooms feature Pirate Ship-Themed beds and are perfect for young and young at heart buccaneers.
Guests staying at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort have access to a multitude of dining options. The resorts only table-service location, Sebastian’s Bistro, serves up tasty Caribbean-inspired bites. Guests have multiple options for quick-service locations here such as Banana Cabana, Centertown Market, Centertown Market Grab & Go, and Spyglass Grill.
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Written by Adjunct Professor Nicole Newgas, edited by Professor Heather Adamczak