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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.
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WiFi, telefoon, kluisje, koffiezetfaciliteiten, strijkijzer en -plank, badkamer en föhn .
Standard Water/Pool View
Zoals Standard, met (gedeeltelijk) meer- of zwembadzicht.
WiFi, telefoon, kluisje, koffiezetfaciliteiten, strijkijzer en -plank, dichtbij de belangrijkste faciliteiten.
Gelegen aan een meer met strandjes in Disney World.
• 2 Restaurants
• 6 Zwembaden
• Boot- en fietsverhuur
• Watervoertuigenverhuur zoals: zeilboten, waterfietsen en kano's
Welkom in Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, de plek waar uw Disney dromen uitkomen! Geniet van het betoverende entertainment, de fantastische attracties en de Disney Cast Members die elke dag opnieuw voor magie zorgen. Tenzing Travel maakt u wegwijs in de wereld waar van alles te beleven is. Trek rustig een aantal dagen uit om de verschillende parken te bezoeken.
"Nice Disney Resort"
We vacationed here over Thanksgiving break 2016. We love Disney and have stayed at many of the resorts, but this was the first time for Caribbean Beach. Our party had reserved 3 rooms together many months in advance, but upon arriving, they were not all in the same building. I'm not sure why a large resort has such difficulty accommodating us with rooms near each other. Anyway, the rooms and the resort were lovely--not huge, but had everything we needed including a fridge. The area was peaceful and relaxing. We paid for preferred rooms near the big pool and cafeteria and were glad we did. Being on the meal plan, we liked to be able to run over and fill up our mugs with coffee in the morning before heading to the parks. The food wasn't very good, but we mostly ate in the parks or at other resort restaurants. The pool is very nice and has a water slide and games/crafts for the kids. There is a bar where you can get drinks and food outside. If you don't have small children you need to keep an eye on, there is a peaceful area with a hot tub behind the fort :). In the past, riding the busses has sometimes been a pain, but this trip we never waited more than 10-15 minutes for a bus to parks or Disney Springs. The only bus problem we had was the inter-resort bus. It does not come as often as they say, and two members of our group almost missed their Magical Expresses back to the airport. My daughter had to run around the lake with her suitcases from Trinidad North to the Customs House because the bus never came. Overall, it is a nice place and I would stay there again.
"Met Our Expectations-Request Jamaica Buildings!"
We spent HOURS researching our recent trip to WDW (visited 3/15/17-3/23/17). We are a family of 5 (kids aged 11, 8, and 6), to which there are somewhat limited options. Our budget allowed for one of the moderate resorts--interestingly, the Art of Animation (a Value resort) was actually more expensive because the only option for us there was a 2-bedroom suite--and we had it narrowed down to Caribbean Beach and Port Orleans Riverside. They were nearly identical in price and room amenities. We chose CBR because the pool seemed to be more popular with young families. I followed the advice of other reviewers and requested a building in the Jamaica section. NOTE: I had to call to do this, as there was no where to make a building request through the website. The agent on the phone was very nice and explained that requests could not be guaranteed but we got ours, so YAY! We loved the Jamaica area because it was a short walk over the bridge to the main pool and food court and we were very close to the bus stop. Jamaica is the first stop, so the buses were always empty at pick-up. Yes, we had to wait for a few stops to be made before getting to the parks, but it was never too bad. We allowed approximately 30 min. from the the time of pick-up to park arrival (note that sometimes it would be 15-20 minutes for a bus to arrive so plan on 45-60 min to get from your room to the park), and it always worked out fine. What was even better, was that we were the FIRST stop coming back at night, which was great when you have an exhausted family. We used the Disney Magical Express from the airport and it worked fine. The bus drops you off at the Barbados check-in location (main lobby) which is pretty far removed from most of the buildings. The resort is HUGE so you will almost certainly be needing to use the bell service van to get you to your room. We had done the online check in so all we had to do was get off the airport bus, stop over at the bell desk (we had a grocery order to pick-up from gardengrocer.com) and within 5-10 minutes they had us loaded onto the van and on our way to the room. The room was as expected. Clean, with some obvious refurbishments and improvements, but it was clear that it's one of the older properties. It wasn't bad, by any means, but don't expect 5-star luxury (you get what you pay for). The beds were super comfortable, water was always hot, and there was just enough room for all of us and our luggage. The pull-down bed was big enough for all of our kids (our oldest is 11) but I would say a teenager would not fit well. There was no clock in the room. I don't know if this is standard, or just an oversight with ours? It wasn't a big deal as we always use our phones for alarms, etc. I never bothered to call and request one as it just didn't affect us that much. The grounds were immaculate (what else would expect at Disney?). The main pool was fun and the lifeguards were very good. You could tell they took their jobs very seriously (again, it's Disney!). I loved that they had complimentary life jackets for the younger kids. We didn't eat much at the food court as we weren't on the dining plan. We ordered pizza twice (get a whole pizza-it's a much better value) and it was good. We packed a lot of grab and go snacks and also made a grocery order (gardengrocer.com) for things like yogurt, juice, bananas, water bottles, etc.) so we were able to eat easy breakfasts in the room in the morning which was a HUGE time and budget saver. Overall, it was a good experience for our first trip to WDW. The Caribbean Beach Resort fulfilled our needs. We had realistic expectations about transportation, etc. so there were no surprises in that area. I can recommend it for families that need a good value and a comfortable room. When you're in a park for 10-14 hours a day, why pay more for things you won't benefit from?
"Wonderful Resort for everyone"
There isn't enough space to say wow wonderful this resort was. My mother and I had in 1985 had stayed at the Polynesian Resort and the Contemporary. This time my daughter and her fiance had their first visit at the resorts. Can I say from the moment we we collected at the airport to the time we were dropped off for our flight home absolute perfection. Colourful beautiful surroundings the grounds clean wonderful plants and wildlife loads of in resort activities never mind all the theme parks. The staff super friendly fun helpful regardless of the time of day. Made everyone feel special no question too hard or stupid they could answer or do what seemed like anything. Didn't sadly catch all the cast member names as all so helpful yet humble so would like to mention a few we were able to get but so many more to be remembered making our visit so magical as is the Disney way. So a thank you to Todd at concierge, Dave the internal bus driver, Earmaline in the Calypso trading post, Donna, Carrie, Joseph the skipper - Mark and just Joe the Security men, the wonderful lady bus driver that came and collected just us as we'd missed the bus, and a hi to Edna in the Magic Kingdom shop on Main street from Ena. We came away thinking why had it taken us so long to do this and the deal we got made it far cheaper in the long run than our last two visits to Florida well done as ever the Magic thoroughly lives on and is just as magical as my first visit at 8 1/2 only down side is it did come to an end.
"Relaxing and Enjoyable"
We had a lovely ground floor room looking into a small courtyard with tables and chairs. It was quiet, considering the size of the resort and numbers of rooms. Our room was beautiful and beds were wonderfully comfortable. Linens and toiletries were very nice. Bathroom was extremely large, water pressure in shower was great, bath tub did not drain quickly. Transportation was reachable easy from any area of the resort. Several pools were located throughout the resort and easy to access. A gorgeous path to walk around the lake and many extras.
"Disney is great, but this was average"
To provide a little background, we have been on a Disney Cruise before and been to the Disney parks, but this was our first experience at a Disney resort. The Resort was very nice. The ambiance was Caribbean-style and all staff were friendly. Check-in was easy. The resort was spread out with lots of activities and opportunities for the kids to explore and play. I have nothing but praise for the resort as a whole. Our room was another story. The room was a King room. First impressions are a typical King room. Nothing too fancy. The bed was a typical King bed, nothing to write home about. It was not a bed you lay on and feel relaxed, it was just a normal bed. The pillows were standard size pillows on a king bed and they seemed very "Walmart special" (not comfy). If you rolled at night, you rolled off your pillow. It was a bit odd to be in a King bed and not have king pillows. I have been to many other hotels with so much more enjoyable sleeping experiences than this. Sleeping here made me wish for my bed at home. One other note was that the bathroom did not include shampoo/conditioner. I use my own brand, so I wasn't too disappointed, but even a Super 8 gives you something for your hair. The room also did not any kind of information guide so you know what goes on at the Resort. You would have to leave your room and go all the way back to the Custom House to get all the information. There also was not a channel guide and the channels are all mixed up. Would I try a Disney Resort again, yes. Would I go back to the Caribbean Resort, no. Even though the resort is great, the room was lacking. I like more comfort when on vacation than this provided. (The Disney Cruise accommodations were amazingly better than this!)
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