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- Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort, Orlando, Florida, USA
- Pirate Room
- zwembad, Disney Caribbean Beach Resort, Orlando
Over Disney's Caribbean Beach Resort
In dit gemoedelijke resort ligt de nadruk op de recreatieve activiteiten. De gasten van dit hotel kunnen fietsen en bootjes huren om een tochtje over het meer te maken of zich vermaken aan de zwembaden, de strandjes of op het levendige zonneterras rond het 'oude' fort. De accommodaties liggen verspreid over vijf ‘Caribische dorpjes’. De in pasteltinten, goed ingerichte kamers bieden zicht op het meer of de tuinen. Old Port Royale, met verschillende restaurants en winkels, ligt temidden van de dorpjes. Kortom, dit resort biedt u veel faciliteiten terwijl u tegelijkertijd geniet van alle voordelen van een verblijf in een Disney Resort.
Gelegen aan een meer met strandjes in Disney World.
• 2 Restaurants
• 6 Zwembaden
• Boot- en fietsverhuur
• Watervoertuigenverhuur zoals: zeilboten, waterfietsen en kano's
Uw rondreis Florida is niet compleet zonder Orlando. Orlando is wereldwijd bekend als familiebestemming bij uitstek, met de vele magische themaparken, zoals Walt Disney World, Universal Studios en Sea World.
The resort looks nice from the outside, but when you get to the room, it was a major disappointment. It is basic motel room, and very dated, it should never be advertised as a resort. The room is very dark, with a small window, that makes it very dingy. Housekeeping was very bad, and we had to complain to get the trash picked up, and get some coffee pods. However after we complained, the room got cleaned well The resort have a food truck, and all you can eat restaurant, with food similar to hospitals cafeteria if not worst. It is a shame since other Disney Resorts have a better restaurants
"Basic rooms, pretty grounds, friendly staff, horrible transportation system"
This was my second visit to Caribbean Beach. I was aware of the construction before booking and could see that the rates were slightly lower because of it. There are a lot of reviews saying it's an issue and it is extensive, but other than the limited dining options which are fully disclosed when you book it really didn't affect us at all. The dining options aren't great, but we spent our days at the parks anyway so we just ate there. The rooms at Caribbean Beach are basic and somewhat dated, but they're clean and spacious and have a coffee maker, comfortable beds and mini fridge and again we spend most of our time at the parks so a basic room to sleep is fine with us. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The package pickup and concierge is located in a strange place in a room in Martinique (that may be bc of the construction). It's well marked, but if I'd known that it wasn't at the main lobby o probably would have just carried my packages with me back from the park given the transportation issues I'll talk about in a minute. The pool is also very nice, clean and fun for kiddos - it's a Port Royal which can be accessed by a short walk from anywhere on the resort. All the room buildings are also just a short walk from bus stops - ours was one of furthest from a stop (Aruba building but closer to Jamaica stop) and we could still walk over in less than 5 min, but if you have mobility concerns you might want to ask for one closer. Overall this is a nice moderate hotel - great for the family who wants away from the chaotic feel of the value resorts but doesn't plan on spending enough time there to justify the cost of the luxury places. Now....the transportation. This is why 4 stars rather than 5. Its awful! Other reviewers have attributed the issues to the construction or to room placement and some have even commented that it wasn't bad and they only had to wait 25-50min, etc...I am not that patient. I get really irritated at having to leave my room an hour before a park opens just to be there before the magic hour ends. In my view, it shouldn't take over an hour to get somewhere that's on the same property. I don't know the inter workings of the shuttle system, but here's what I perceived to be the issue - the shuttle buses only run one direction through the resort so if they fill at the first couple stops then they leave which results in those waiting at later stops on the route waiting for another bus to return from the park. We stayed at Jamaica (stop 5 of 6 I think), so some mornings we watched 3-4 buses leave while we waited. If you figure the buses are 5-15 minutes apart you see the problem. Then, to make matters worse you can't access the hotel lobby on foot so to get there you have to take the inter resort shuttle - a different bus from the park buses that also runs the entire route in only one direction. So....the morning we needed to check out we needed to pick up a package and get our luggage to storage before going to park - here's what that looked like - resort bus from jamacia clear around resort back to old port royale to get package (we would have walked but we had luggage - couldn't call bell service bc needed to stop for package), then resort bus around again to get to lobby to drop luggage, then resort bus again to go to Martinique stop to catch park bus (they don't come to lobby) to go to park. We left our room at 8:00 and barely made our fast pass cut off time at park at 10:15 - ridiculous! It just shouldn't be that hard. That same day, we also ended taking an uber back to the hotel because we waited 20+ min for the park bus and finally decided we couldn't risk missing the magic express to the airport (bc even if park bus had come and gotten us back to the resort we'd still have to do the ride clear around and switch buses gig). I like this resort, but they've gotta find a way to fix the transportation - it just sours the whole experience.
"Ridiculous Disney Should be embarrassed"
The last few times weâ€™ve gone to Disney we stayed at the All Star places, we figured we would go nicer well jokes on us. When we booked the room we were told the pool would be under renovation, well they failed to mention building another bank of rooms, the fact you have to eat from food trucks, or that the power would be out for 3 nights in a row while they replace transformers for the added construction. If your renovation is that big close the resort. No letâ€™s book it full have detours, eat out of a food truck and go with out air conditioning for a few hours every night. Iâ€™m so fed up with this trip forget coming back to Carribean Beach, they will be lucky if I ever go back to WDW again. Itâ€™s an absolute joke, we asked to move resorts and were told no. For $300 a night you figured you would get more than 21 hours of electricity. This entire vacation has literally felt like the movie Summer Rental. Nothing like waking up to the beautiful sites of cranes and the sounds of saws, hammers, and grinders.
"Best Resort without Breaking the Bank"
I've never had a bad experience at any of the Disney Resorts, but CB has to be my all-time favorite. The atmosphere is bright and cheerful, the rooms have the signature Disney treatment (both themed and not), the service is top notch (you'd never know that you are at a "moderate priced" resort), and there are plenty of family activities around the resort to keep you entertained when you need a breather from playing in the parks (pirate cruises, volleyball, bikes, beaches, etc.). Building 26 in Martinique has been our go-to location - it's right next to Port Royale and the main themed swimming pool, there is a bus stop right there, and it's a quick walk to a beach, volleyball court, and the Caribbean Cay Playground (there are several hammocks to be found around the island in the lagoon for any parents looking to relax while the kids play). One of the nicest perks about staying at CB is that it is centrally located on Disney property - it's a quick bus ride to Epcot, Studios, Typhoon Lagoon, and Disney Springs (formerly known as Downtown Disney). We never use a rental car when staying here - the Magical Express drops you off and picks you up at the Custom House and the Disney buses are the best way to get around to all of the parks. As of May 2017, CB is undergoing renovations, but I wouldn't let that deter you from considering a stay. Per Disney rules, they are not allowed to work on the renovations from dusk to 9 a.m. and I believe that all of the work is centered on the Port Royale facilities. So if you spend the majority of your day at the parks, it would not affect you at all or you can choose to stay in one of the farthest areas from the work, like Trinidad South. And each island-themed area has its own pool, so you do not have to forego a relaxing swim during the day just because the largest pool is next to the renovations.
"Hotel Should be closed for renovations!!"
We checked in after a day at park so didn't notice construction..Went to parks early next day and went back to get lunch and go to pool!! Then we realized more than have the so called resort was under construction!! 3 different parts. The food court is a tent!! The pool was nice but next to food court with was under construction.. The only good thing is we were there on Thanksgiving so no one was working. We stayed there for sentimental reasons, was our 20th anniversary and stay at this hotel for our Honeymoon!! Made the most of it but was far from a Disney Standards!! Very disappointed!! Be warned Stay away!! I wanted to move ...said i would pay extra and wouldn't let us!!!!
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