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All about Disney Beach Club Resort
Reflecting 19th Century New England seaside, this Resort Hotel offers fantastic facilities in a beautiful setting just minutes from Epcot and Disney’s Board Walk. Choose to relax on the beach or have fun in the sand bottom pool. For the more energetic, there are tennis courts and a volleyball court. Accommodating a wide range of tastes with a variety of restaurants offering fresh seafood or tender steaks and for afters try out the ice-cream parlour!
This five-story Disney Beach Club Resort has clapboard facades with whitewashed-wood trim and is painted a bright blue. The Disney Beach Club Resort is embellished with beach scenes in foam green and white. The resort has a themed lobby, with sea-horse fixtures. The resort faces 25-acre Crescent Lake and has an elaborate swimming complex that it shares with the Yacht Club Resort.
There are 576 guest rooms at the Beach Club, and 282 studio and one- and two-bedroom villas at the Beach Club Villas, part of the Disney Vacation Club time-share program. Most of the hotel rooms are 381 square feet and have two queen-size beds, a daybed, and a desk and a chair. Like the Grand Floridian’s, rooms have a lot of drawer space. Beach Club rooms are decorated in soft green and blue tones. Some rooms have balconies.
The Disney Beach Club Resort Villas evoke seaside Victorian cottages. Studio accommodations offer kitchenettes; one- and two-bedroom villas have full kitchens. Subject to availability, villas are open to the public as well as to Vacation Club (time-share) members. The villas share restaurants, pools, and other amenities with the Yacht & Beach Club Resorts. A small business center serves guests’ work needs for both the Yacht and Beach Clubs and Beach Club Villas.
As a Disney Deluxe resort, the Beach Club provides excellent service. Within the Yacht and Beach Club are nine restaurants and lounges and are within walking distance of Epcot and the BoardWalk. Transportation to other destinations is by bus or boat. Walking time to the transportation loading areas from the most remote rooms is 7 minutes.
The Beach Club consists of a long main building with several wings protruding toward Crescent Lake. Looking at the resort from Crescent Lake, the Beach Club adjoins the Yacht Club on the left and spreads toward Epcot on the right. The main building and the various wings range from three to five stories. Most rooms have balconies or, on the ground floor, patios. Balconies are either big enough for a couple of chairs, or about 6 inches deep (stand at the rail or sit in a chair inside the room). Top-floor rooms often have enclosed balconies inset into the roof. Unless you’re standing, visibility is somewhat limited from these dormer balconies.